The Forum on Asia-Pacific Security (FAPS) of the National Committee of American Foreign Policy (NCAFP) held its annual conference with the Taiwan Affairs Office (TAO) of the PRC State Council on June 4-5, 2018, in New York. This conference brought together Chinese and American experts on relations across the Taiwan Strait and took place during a period of heightened cross-Strait tensions as well as an increasingly confrontational U.S.-China relationship. Participants reviewed recent developments in cross-Strait relations and presented their perspectives on relevant Chinese and U.S. policies. They also discussed issues in the broader U.S.-China relationship, especially as these issues affect or are affected by cross-Strait relations.
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