A joint China-U.S. working group on cybersecurity will hold its first meeting Monday in an attempt to create a dialogue between the countries on an issue of increasing contention, with the drama of National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden playing out in the background. The group, established in April when Secretary of State John Kerry visited China, will meet ahead of the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue. It will likely touch on allegations of Chinese cyberespionage as well as revelations of NSA spying on Chinese targets.

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