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Naval tensions in northeast Asia have been on the rise, since the sinking of the South Korean warship, the Cheonan, on March 26th. The widely anticipated and repeatedly postponed joint exercise between the US and South Korean navies in the Yellow Sea, is still up in the air.
Despite not having been held, the drill has sparked opposition from the Chinese government and public. Is China over reacting to the drill? And will the naval exercise heighten tensions in the region? Before we jump to the debate.