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Red Sea Security Crisis Affects a Widening Swath of the Global Economy

The Houthi missile attacks in the Red Sea are causing a significant impact on maritime commerce, extending beyond liner shipping to wet bulk, dry bulk, car carriers, and LNG trades.

Xi And The Red Sea: Protect Iran Or China’s Economy?

In the turbulent aftermath of a relentless US bombing campaign targeting Iranian proxies, striking over 85 locations in response to a fatal drone attack in Jordan, the specter of a regional..

Africa’s oceans could pay dearly for the Red Sea Crisis

The Red Sea crisis has escalated beyond its immediate impact on global trade, extending its tentacles into a broader environmental quandary.

Al Shabab shows its reach on land as it ventures into piracy on the high seas

Al-Shabaab, an Islamist militant group based in Somalia, continues to pose a significant threat despite recent defeats suffered at the hands of Somalia's internationally supported government.

Navigating High Seas Tensions: Essential Safety Advisory for Maritime Operations in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden

In response to the recent NATO military operations in Yemen, Dryad Global advises all clients to suspend their operations in the Red Sea region for the ensuing 72 hours.

Metis Insights: Houthi Hijacking in the Red Sea

Amid a climate of heightened tensions and evolving threats in maritime security, Dryad Global presents a critical analysis of the recent Houthi insurgent hijacking in the Red Sea in the latest Metis..

Maritime Security Incident Overview: M/V Strinda

The M/V Strinda, a Norwegian-owned chemical tanker, became the latest target of regional hostilities in a maritime incident that highlights the escalating risks in strategic sea lanes.

Saudi Arabia’s Big Bet in Yemen

Saudi Arabia is understandably desperate to get out of Yemen. But gambling that ending Yemen’s regional war will somehow curtail its civil war is a bad bet.

The Evolving Iranian-Houthi Relationship Spells Trouble for Ending the Yemen Conflict

On January 6, the United States intercepted 2,000 assault weapons on their way from Iran to Yemen. Nine days later, a French ship seized another boatload of Iranian weapons on its way to Yemen. This..