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The US-Iran tension continues and their fight over the control of the Strait of Hormuz keeps escalating. Iran, at the same time, is planning to charge tolls in the Strait of Hormuz in return for its efforts to maintain security in the region. Under the threats of America's "military escorts" vs Iran's "forced tolls", the Strait of Hormuz has once again become a powder keg that worries the world 30 years later.
The US has three purposes by proposing the military escort coalition:. The first purpose is imposing a new round of extreme pressure on Iran. Holding up high the "America first" flag, the US has constantly slapped sanctions on other nations and put extreme pressure on a rival state like Iran.
It began to completely block Iran's oil export on May 2, which nonetheless didn't fully break off even though it caused serious impacts on the Iranian economy. In response, Iran not only raised its uranium enrichment, but also tried to work with the EU to save the Iran nuclear deal, which made America's sanctions much less effective. Under such circumstances, the US will definitely step up the pressure on Iran. The US and UK took advantages of the intricate oil tanker attacks and sent more troops to the Gulf, attempting to force Iran to knuckle under grave military pressure.
The second purpose is turning the "sanction" issue into an issue of "freedom of navigation". America's blockade of Iran's oil export seriously upset the global energy market. The Strait of Hormuz is the converging point of multi-national interests and one of the most important oil trade routes in the world.
A crisis at the s trait will have tremendous impacts on world economy. Thus, American allies including EU are not very active in sanctioning Iran, and EU even considers establishing a new oil payment system to circumvent the US sanction and continue doing business with Iran. By proposing the escort coalition, the US slyly turned its sanction against Iran into an issue of freedom of navigation at the Strait of Hormuz involving the interests of multiple countries, and tried to embroil more countries in order to make the issue more complicated, extensive and international, and consequently justifies the sanctions.