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Failure of US-led Coalition in Red Sea Signals Decline of American Hegemony

News - World: The international magazine "Eurasia Review" stated on Monday that the American coalition in the Red Sea failed to confront the Yemeni front supporting Gaza, and one of the main reasons for this failure is the collapse of the American hegemony system.

 

It affirmed that the United States strongly and responsibly supported Israel, which is slaughtering the people of Gaza, by providing it with large quantities of weapons and diplomatic support, and the silence of the Western world and the reluctance of the Arab world towards these genocidal acts against Yemenis led to resistance against these human rights violations by targeting ships associated with Israel.

According to the magazine, "the White House attempted to negotiate indirectly with Yemen through Omani mediation, and the United States offered a list of incentives, such as reopening Sana'a airport and Hudaydah port and paying salaries to government employees, to stop the attacks in the Red Sea, but Yemen rejected all proposals and declared that it would not stop targeting ships serving Israeli interests until the killing of civilians in Gaza stops."

It added that "the United States, which failed to convince the Yemenis, also failed to form a coalition against Yemen through militarizing the region and inviting Arab countries to join, which was convenient for the United States, as it could distance itself from the war between Israel and Hamas and present the issue as a matter related to shipping security in the Red Sea."

The magazine continued, "Allies of Washington in Europe and the Arab world did not welcome its call for participation, and the alliance, which was supposed to include 42 countries, shrank to 8 countries."

The magazine confirmed that "the failure of the alliance has multiple reasons, but the most important reason is the collapse of the American hegemony system."

It said, "The United States pursued contradictory policies in the region and put the security of its allies at risk. For this reason, countries like Saudi Arabia and Egypt refused to join the alliance."

It pointed out that even the UAE "hesitated to join the alliance because it suffered greatly from the war in Yemen."

According to the magazine, Egypt, despite relying heavily on the Bab el-Mandeb Strait, "chose not to compromise its security interests" and refused to join the American alliance.

The magazine sees that "another reason that makes Arab countries hesitant to join the alliance is that they see it as aiding Israel at the expense of Arab interests, as Arab elites believe that Washington could have diplomatically ended the blockade imposed on Gaza after Yemen targeted Israeli ships in the Red Sea, but the White House chose to risk the security of its allies by using military force to defend Israeli interests."

The magazine said that the Biden administration is alienating its allies in the region by unconditionally supporting Israel and ignoring the needs of the Middle East.

Yemeni Experience Benefits China and Russia

In a related context, a report issued by the Canadian Institute of Global Affairs on Monday stated that the cheap cost of Yemeni offensive weapons and the high cost of American and Western naval defense systems, in general, revealed the extent of fears of the rapid depletion of air defense missile stocks aboard ships in any future major conflict.

The report added that the shortage of stocks of Western naval defense missiles will lead to Western navies canceling their military missions because they may become incapable of fully protecting themselves at any moment.

The Canadian report stated that the American-led aggression by several Western countries against Yemen has created fears about the air defense capabilities of Western powers, which have been rapidly depleted, thereby making traditional naval vessels completely vulnerable to ballistic and cruise missiles and drones.

 

It confirmed that the American alliance faces a dilemma in confronting Yemeni operations due to the high costs of naval defense systems belonging to the American alliance, which are heavily used to confront a group of inexpensive drones, cruise missiles, and ballistic missiles.

The report added: "Despite their cheap cost, Yemeni armament systems such as drones, unmanned boats, unmanned submarines, cruise missiles, and ballistic missiles pose a real threat to naval vessels and their air defense capabilities, which the West has relied on since the Cold War era."

The Canadian Institute of Global Affairs report indicated the success of Yemenis in continuing to target navigation lanes for the Zionists and hitting enemy ships, sinking them as what happened with the British ship Rubymar, which prompted Canada to benefit from lessons in the Red Sea, especially regarding naval air defense.

The report expressed concerns that China and Russia could benefit from the Yemeni naval experience in confronting the American alliance, which failed to restore maritime navigation in the Red Sea and cut off Yemeni threats, indicating that naval operations in the Sanaa government foreshadow a strategic change in naval warfare, warning of China and Russia's direction as they advance technologically to benefit from the Yemeni experience while Canada and the West continue to rely on traditional high-cost naval weapon systems.

It also necessitated the production of alternative defense systems to keep pace with the cheap offensive systems used by Yemenis, such as defense systems based on directed energy or electromagnetic power.

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