Susan Stigant on the Recent Crises in the Red Sea

January 02, 2024 00:09:05
Susan Stigant on the Recent Crises in the Red Sea
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Susan Stigant on the Recent Crises in the Red Sea

Jan 02 2024 | 00:09:05

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Show Notes

While the U.S. tends to separate its policies on Africa and Middle East, USIP’s Susan Stigant says recent crises in the Red Sea highlight that “this is really an interconnected space” that currently lacks “any infrastructure … that connects together those who are making decisions” along the sea’s eastern and western shores.

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