26 Jan '11, 11pm

Hu adroitly manages the China-US relationship: Impressive, when we consider that the US-China relationship has n...

One hilarious artefact of the George W Bush years is a YouTube video in which comedians imitate then President Bush and United States Secretary of State Rice discussing China. Made in 2003, soon after Mr Hu Jintao first came into office, Mr Bush asks who is the President of China. The video updates the old skit by Abbott and Costello: "Who's on First?", confusing the question "who" with the answer "Hu". The recently concluded visit by President Hu to the US should yield no similar jokes. It was clear that the US administration knows Mr Hu and gave considerable attention to the visit. Such is the importance of China today in the post-crisis world. Even more, it is clear that Mr Hu has studied and understood America. On what could be his last official visit to the US before a new-generation leadership takes over, Mr Hu steadily and cannily avoided pitfalls. Impressive, when ...

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