Skip to comments.China Leaderís Limits Come Into Focus as U.S. Visit Nears
Posted on 01/17/2011 1:50:53 PM PST by TigerLikesRooster
January 16, 2011
China Leaders Limits Come Into Focus as U.S. Visit Nears
By DAVID E. SANGER and MICHAEL WINES
BEIJING With President Hu Jintao at the helm, China has become a $5 trillion industrial colossus, a growing military force, and, it sometimes appears, a model of authoritarian decisiveness, navigating out of the global financial crisis and sealing its position as the worlds fastest rising power.
But as Mr. Hu prepares to visit Washington this week in an attempt to defuse tensions with the United States, Obama administration officials are grappling with what they describe as a more complex reality. China is far wealthier and more influential, but Mr. Hu also may be the weakest leader of the Communist era. He is less able to project authority than his predecessors were and perhaps less able to keep relations between the worlds two largest economies from becoming more adversarial.
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Thanks to Clinton Bush and Obama.
Nah, this is just preparing the excuse for Obama getting owned again.
The byproduct of a dysfunctional Washington government.
And the U.S. electorate does not have the sense to fix Washington -— just make it even worse.
Bogus NYT crap.
Than what? The US? BS.