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Listen: Iran, global maritime security and the US role in policing international waters

Iran threatened to shut down the Strait of Hormuz back in 2012. Now that the US is exiting the Iran nuclear deal, will the threat to shut downthe world’s busiest oil chokepoint return?

On the latest episode of Capitol Crude, US Navy Admiral Jonathan Greenert, the Chief of Naval Operationsfrom 2011 to 2015, talks with Meghan Gordon and Brian Scheid about Iran, global maritime security and the US role in policing international waters. (Part 1 of 2.)

Part 2: US Navy's fuel-innovation efforts may never get serious without $100/b oil


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