Hillary Clinton's first trip as Secretary of State took her to China, where the government is comfortable with Republicans. Instead of making demands about human rights and currency manipulation, she urged Beijing to continue buying American bonds. Worries about the world economy shared the agenda with global warming, energy and national security, including North Korea's nuclear weapons. Clinton told the Chinese, “We are truly going to rise and fall together.” We get several assessments of her visit and what lies ahead.
Secretary of State Clinton Makes Her First Trip to China
Barbara Demick - Author, "Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea" - @BarbaraDemick, Minxin Pei - Adjunct Senior Associate of the China Program, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Nina Hachigian - Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress, Sharon Hom - Human Rights in China, Mike Chinoy - USC US-China Institute - @mikechinoy