Recently, the US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi's planned visit to Taiwan has occupied the international news page of Taiwan. Relevant comments can be roughly divided into two categories: one is the assessment of the impact of the US executive branch and the military on Pelosi's trip to Taiwan; Both types of comments usually come to a similar conclusion that Pelosi's visit to Taiwan will lead to an escalation of the Sino-US military conflict.
Therefore, some commentators predict that Pelosi's planned visit to Taiwan will detonate the fourth Taiwan Strait crisis and even lead phone database to a Sino-US nuclear war. The common flaw in such forecasts is their imperfect assumption that China has overreacted to Pelosi's visit to Taiwan. However, this assumption does not currently hold. Whether China has overreacted can be seen from the Chinese government's response to the matter in the past 10 days. First of all, from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as soon as the news of Pelosi's visit to Taiwan came out on July 19, Zhao Lijian,
who has always been regarded as the diplomatic representative of the Chinese Wolf Warrior, said at a regular press conference: "The Chinese side is firmly opposed to this. If the US side insists on going its own way. , China will take resolute and forceful measures to firmly defend national sovereignty and territorial integrity." The press conference on the 20th did not discuss the matter.