President Bush may be seen as a unilateralist, but at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit, his style never goes it alone. At the annual trade talks, he and 20 other heads of state don the traditional garb of the host city, which last week entailed wearing South Korean hanbok in Pusan, below. Next time the U.S. is host, we predict polychrome cowboy boots.
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