Iran’s swarm boat tactics | IN 60 SECONDS

Since the signing of the Iran nuclear deal in 2015, Tehran’s navy has used swarms of small boats to harass vessels of all kinds in the Persian Gulf. Why are they doing this, and what can the United States do about it? AEI Resident Scholar J. Matthew McInnis explains.

The Future of Iran’s Security Policy by J. Matthew McInnis:

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