A combination of file photos showing Chinese President Xi Jinping (L) and U.S. President Donald Trump. REUTERS

Asia Society report on US-China relations: Even moderates taking harder line on digital protectionism

Recently, a task force the Asia Society put together published a widely covered set of recommendations for the Trump administration on US policy toward China. Tilted a bit toward the outgoing Obama administration, there are elements that several of my colleagues will heartily challenge — not least the blunt criticism of the initial Trump dissent from the status quo “one China” policy. (Trump has since reversed himself and promised to adhere to the one China policy.)