Tanker War 2.0: Iranian Strategy in the Gulf [audio]
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The Iranian government is accused of using a loitering munition to strike the tanker Mercer Street, killing two crew members. The attack is the latest incident at sea involving the Iranians and international shipping. To discuss Iranian strategy in the Persian Gulf, Aaron speaks with Afshon Ostovar, an Associate Professor of National Security Affairs at the Naval Postgraduate School, about escalation dynamics and Iranian strategy.
17 USC 105 interim-entered record; under review.Episode from "Chain Reaction" podcast, hosted by Aaron Stein. The original recording may be found at https://www.fpri.org/multimedia/2021/08/tanker-war-2-0-iranian-strategy-in-the-gulf/
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