Domestic situations on both sides of the Pacific are influencing the bilateral relationship, says Dr. Michael Swaine, a senior research fellow working in the East Asia program at the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft. And leaders shouldn't let these dynamics undermine the ability of both sides to have meaningful dialogue with one another.
Part 1: Crisis Management | Michael Swaine
Part 2: Conflict is Not Inevitable | Michael Swaine
Part 3: Domestic Dynamics | Michael Swaine
Part 4: The West Shouldn't Dismiss China's Peace Plan | Michael Swaine
Part 5: The Best Way to Compete | Michael Swaine