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March 6, 2024

The Ben Gurion Canal: A Deep Dive into Its Geopolitical and Economic Implications

Introduction to the Ben Gurion Canal Concept

The Ben Gurion Canal, named after David Ben-Gurion, Israel's founding father and first Prime Minister, is a transformative proposal set to redefine Middle Eastern and global geopolitics. This canal aims to connect the Red Sea to the Mediterranean, paralleling the existing Suez Canal but with significant strategic and economic differences.

The Suez Canal: A Historical and Strategic Overview

The Suez Canal, opened in 1869 under a 99-year lease by the Suez Canal Company, primarily owned by the French and the British, has been a pivotal maritime route. However, its history is marred by geopolitical strife and economic manipulation. Initially, the British Empire opposed the canal, fearing economic threats, but later embraced its potential, acquiring a significant stake in 1875.

The 1888 Convention of Constantinople was a critical juncture, ensuring the canal's accessibility to all nations, in...

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