Updated: Sep 19
The Red Sea is one of the most important trade routes in the world. Countries bordering the Red Sea have established several ports across both banks, including ports of great strategic importance and havens for regional and international powers seeking strategic hegemony and trade superiority.
During July of 2019, as part of an online discussion, Wikistrat experts explored scenarios, questions, and issues related to the evolving competition over the Red Sea ports and analyzed the factors shaping the current tensions in the region.
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