Since President Trump took office, U.S.-China relations have been largely overshadowed by more urgent news stories. A number of critical developments have thus passed beneath the radar -- including mounting U.S. concern over North Korean missile tests, Beijing's efforts to bring Hong Kong further under control of the Communist Party, and growing military tensions in the South China Sea and elsewhere.
What can we expect from the Trump administration in this area? And what is the outlook for China as it approaches a crucial leadership transition this fall?
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Bill Bishop @niubi
Editor, Sinocism Newsletter
John Costello @CostelloJK
Senior Analyst for Cyber and East Asia, Flashpoint
Fellow, New America Cybersecurity Initiative
Director, China Power Project, Center for Strategic and International Studies
Mara Hvistendahl @MaraHvistendahl
Eric & Wendy Schmidt Fellow, New America