Strikingly similar U.S. and Australian leaders parlay in the shadow of China.
By Jason Scott , Margaret Talev|November 14, 2011 at 05:08 AM
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President Barack Obama arrives this week in an Australia whose economy is reliant on billions of dollars in mineral and energy contracts from emerging superpower China and whose security depends on an alliance with the U.S. — China’s biggest rival.
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