The leak of documents showing the National Security Agency is proactively engaged in spying on targets inside China, including a top university, could make it harder for the U.S. and China to find common ground on cybersecurity and lead Chinese politicians to push for more investment in cyberspying, some experts say. Still, others aren't so sure. With delegates scheduled to meet next month for the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue, which is expected to tackle cybersecurity, some observers including Wu Riqiang, a professor of international relations at Renmin University in Beijing, say the revelations will pose more of a domestic problem for the U.S.

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