U.S., HORMUZ: HIGH PRICE
PLATTS - An international coalition to escort oil tankers through the Strait of Hormuz will not likely stop Iran's targeted vessel seizures and attacks in the world's top oil chokepoint, two former US officials said Tuesday.
Retired Marine Corps General James Cartwright said the US has been slow to build a coalition to increase shipping security through the Strait of Hormuz because potential partners have so many different interests, although the US has managed to reach such agreements in the past, including with China and Russia, to fight…
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