The recent U.S.-China naval incident in the South China Sea raised tensions in what has become a regional hot spot. The U.S. ship's action constituted a kind of aggression that could not be overlooked, because it severely damaged Chinese national interests in its maritime belt. The U.S. side should stop such provocative activities and take effective measures to prevent similar incidents from reoccuring.

U.S.-China Naval Incident: A Chinese Perspective

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Editor's note: The following is an unsolicited response to the World Politics Review Briefing, "An Impeccable U.S.-China Incident at Sea."

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