January 28, 2023

What’s Next for US-China Relations?


After the meeting between their presidents Monday, the U.S. and China agreed to continue dialogue on managing “strategic stability” on issues such as Taiwan, nuclear arms control and cybersecurity. But as White House Bureau Chief Patsy Widakuswara reports, the fundamentally contentious nature of the U.S.-China relationship is unlikely to change.

Produced by: Kimberlyn Weeks         

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