Strategic Oil Chokepoints – jpm

The most important naval choke points were first identified by John Fisher in his defense of continued British colonialism (important colonies in parentheses):[1] Hormuz Strait between Oman and Iran at the entrance to the Persian Gulf Strait of Malacca between Singapore and Indonesia Bab-el-Mandeb passage from the Arabian Sea to the Red Sea (Yemen and Socotra) Panama Canal and the Panama Pipeline connecting the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans (British Honduras) Suez Canal and the Sumed Pipeline connecting the Red Sea and Mediterranean Sea (Egypt)Continue reading “Strategic Oil Chokepoints – jpm”