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Video: Why has Britain failed to set up a naval coalition in the Persian Gulf?

The Royal Navy is too small to lead major naval task forces far away from Britain's shores

The Royal navy lacks the capacity to lead a "European" coalition to supposedly "secure" transit through the Strait of Hormuz. In addition, for political reasons, the new Tory government prefers to work closely with the United States.


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