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Houthi Attacks on Red Sea Shipping Highlight American Maritime Vulnerabilities

The Houthi rebels have disrupted commercial sea traffic in the Red Sea, impacting global trade and highlighting American maritime vulnerabilities. (Getty Images)

By    |   Friday, 05 April 2024 08:41 AM EDT

Attacks on shipping in the Red Sea by Houthi rebels have not only disrupted commercial sea traffic, impacting the 12% of all global trade transiting through the inlet, it also has shone a light on American maritime deficiencies and its dependence on foreign lines to transport goods, experts claim.

Finding itself in a vulnerable position, Congress and the Department of Defense are scrambling for solutions.

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Attacks on shipping in the Red Sea by Houthi rebels have not only disrupted commercial sea traffic, impacting the 12% of all global trade, it also has shone a light on American maritime deficiencies and its dependence on foreign lines to transport goods.
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