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CIR Great Decisions: The Red Sea Region - Shared screen with speaker view
Herb Thomas
30:42
The map doesn’t distinguish between Ethiopia and Eritrea, on the Red Sea coast, which became independent in 1992 (?).
Sandy Campbell
31:04
you’re right! ooops
elizabethchirdon
45:00
a question for later - what legal basis did the carter doctrine have?
davidking
01:00:22
It seems to me that we, the US, have exacerbated the situation by seemingly replacing democratically elected leaders with dictators whenever we could. Is that a mistaken view?
Herb Thomas
01:02:00
What’s the average summertime temperature in Djibouti? The heat index? What will it be in 10 years?
cwd
01:04:25
Discuss the struggle between Israel and Iran.
Sandy Campbell
01:13:00
More questions please everyone!!
Carlos Viniegra
01:15:59
With the aislacionist policy of current US administration many regions are trying to create new regional security and peace agreements. In that regard is there any effort in the Middle East that tries to go beyond US influence?
Chuck B
01:17:54
Please expand on Qatar's role in the conflicts between Saudi Arabia and Iran.
Gloria Gordon
01:27:30
is there any particularly creative strategies the Red Sea countries are pursuing to keep conic prosperity given the decline of oil demand?
Gloria Gordon
01:28:39
they should read economic...
Phyllisha H
01:32:17
this region really interests me, what countries would be safest for a single woman to travel to and what precautions should be taken
Phyllisha H
01:38:27
thank you!
Herb Thomas
01:38:54
Thanks, Todd and Sandy!