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Listen: US maritime security in the shale age

Have record US oil production and crude exports changed the US role in global maritime security? How can oil flows calm the brewing feud between the US and China? Is the closure of the Strait of Hormuz a credible threat?

On this week's podcast, Dennis Blair, the former US Director of National Intelligence, talks trade tensions and international oil relations. Blair is a retired US Navy admiral who commanded US forces in the Pacific region.