The USS Connecticut was damaged in a collision in the South China Sea. Photo: US Navy
The USS Connecticut was damaged in a collision in the South China Sea. Photo: US Navy

US ships and planes conducted 2,000 spying missions aimed at China this year, says military analyst

  • Cao Yanzhong, a researcher at the PLA Academy of Military Science, said the operations were putting China’s sovereign security at risk
  • Beijing has complained about the increase in US intelligence-gathering operations

Topic |   US-China relations
The USS Connecticut was damaged in a collision in the South China Sea. Photo: US Navy
The USS Connecticut was damaged in a collision in the South China Sea. Photo: US Navy
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