Have US-China relations soured to the point of no return? | Inside Story (youtube.com)
In the latest spat, Chinese diplomats have been 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 is threatening retaliation for what it calls 'malicious slander'.
From trade to security and human rights, will the superpowers 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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    Francisco Gimeno - BC Analyst History is made by narratives of control and power. In a global sense, all these events happening now are a way of marking their territories and fences. We will see more of this and probably more grave and dangerous. However, as it is now, both superpowers understand they can't get into an open war which could end only in disaster. The new cold/hot war will continue with news which will underline their own narratives while under the shadows a cyber and business war will intensify.