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J.E. Dyer: Strategic Ambiguity Watch – The Maritime Version

Map of the Strait of Hormuz

Map of the Strait of Hormuz
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(This particular claim may be overly specific, but its generic point is justified by numerous reports from regional sources that the Quds force is operating in the islands of the southern Red Sea.  These islands form a sort of lily pad network between Yemen and the coast of Africa, through which Iran is credibly reported to facilitate the transit of extremists and arms.)

Strategic ambiguity – exacerbating distrust, ill-feeling, and armed conflict in the region.  Check.

 

Originally published  by Hot Air, http://hotair.com/greenroom/archives/2012/02/27/strategic-ambiguity-watch-the-maritime-version/

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