CNAS Senior Fellow and Middle East Security Program Director Ilan Goldenberg joins Andrea Kendall-Taylor and Jim Townsend for an in-depth look at the current situation in the Strait of Hormuz. With Iran seizing foreign oil tankers and Washington’s recalcitrance in the face of European diplomatic efforts, there’s an ever-present danger that escalation might lead to a conflict that no side wants.
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