FARS Interview: Yemen & Oil Prices

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One response to “FARS Interview: Yemen & Oil Prices

  1. Dean: You are just one of the very few sources explaining the conflict. Somehow, it merits to include the issue of the Red Sea communicating the Mediterranean with the Indic Ocean. As such, it makes a closing gate to the Suez Canal, therefore, forcing the African encircling route to shipping, and certainly, placing an obstacle to the Israeli Navy reaching a firing distance for their Tomahawk or Popeye missiles against Iran. Unless the fighting ends and Yemenis establish a new Government, wouldn´t be possible to know what might happen to the Bab-el-Mandeb crossing. the USN knows the strategic implications of not controlling the Strait, and under Israeli pressure, would possible resort to support the Saudi invasion with military presence on the ground in order to establish a puppet Head of state, which may resemble the UAE, Emirates, Quatar, Bharein, Dubai and the likes with Saudi support and directives,Houthis may end up like Talibans resistance fighters and would try to make a indefinite struggle to liberate their nation. So, Yemen has the prospect to become another Aghanistan scenario with permanent war and left as future reconstruction site.

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