Relations between the United States and China are unravelling quickly. In the latest spat, Chinese diplomats were given 72 hours to shut down their consulate in Houston, Texas.
President Donald Trump accuses them of spying and stealing intellectual property. China’s foreign ministry has threatened to retaliate for what it calls “malicious slander”.
From trade to security and human rights, will Beijing and Washington find room for compromise?
Presenter: Imran Khan
Wang Huiyao – president and founder of the Center for China and Globalization
Theresa Fallon – director of the Center for Russia Europe Asia Studies
Peter Roff – contributing editor at Newsweek magazine
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