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Episode 675: The Allied State of Play at Sea with Kori Schake

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From moving grain to the world markets from the Black Sea to global trade through the Red Sea, and the People’s Republic of China’s unabashed bullying of The Philippines and the nations surrounding the South China Sea – the US Navy is not large enough to carry the burden of maintaining the international order at sea.

We have a series of alliances with most of the top-10 maritime powers on the globe, but are they being effectively harnessed toward maintaining this order?

Returning to Midrats to discuss these and related topics in a wide-ranging conversation will be Kori Schake.

Kori leads the foreign and defense policy team at the American Enterprise Institute.  She is the author of Safe Passage: the Transition from British to American Hegemony, and a contributing writer at the Atlantic, War on the Rocks, and Bloomberg.

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