40 years later, U.S.-China relations are rocky. Or not.

The United States and the People’s Republic of China established a formal diplomatic relationship in January 1979. Exactly 40 years later, as negotiators conclude the latest round of bilateral trade talks, the two countries face rising tensions related to technology, cyberspace and growing competition in the South China Sea. President Jimmy Carter, who worked in 1977 and 1978 to build formal diplomatic ties with China, recently urged U.S. and Chinese leaders to avoid a “modern Cold War.”

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