THE STUNNING MEASUREMENTS OF A WAR WITH IRAN
by Todd Hartley
Remember how once upon a time you didn’t know what the Persian Gulf was, but then we had a couple of wars there, and now you’re all too familiar with it? Yeah? Well, get ready to add a new name to your ever-growing list of Middle Eastern places you wish you didn’t have to know about: the Strait of Hormuz.
The strait, if you’re trying to find it on a map, is the strategically important waterway connecting the Persian Gulf to the Arabian Sea. At the strait’s narrowest point, only 34 miles separate Iran, to the north, from Oman and the United Arab Emirates. Read the rest of this entry →