Tensions Rise in South China Sea After U.S. Submarine Incident

Objectivity 3.9 | Credibility 4.5 | Relevance 4.4

The U.S. nuclear submarine USS Connecticut collided with an unidentified object on October 2 in the South China Sea. China warned the U.S. to leave the contested waters, alleging that its activities are illegitimate. However, the U.S. has only executed operations in international waters.