Canada-U.S. Relations

published 10 months ago

President Donald Trump's Twitter comments about Prime Minister Justin Trudeau following the G7 meeting in Charlevoix, Quebec, two weeks ago are unprecedented between the two closely allied countries. The Agenda welcomes Janice Stein of the Munk School for Global Affairs, Maryscott Greenwood, former U.S. diplomat to Canada, and Charles Doran, of Johns Hopkins University, to discuss the short and long term consequences of a chill in Canada-U.S. relations.

For more in depth perspectives and interesting stories sign up for our daily newsletter slash daily. Living next door to the United States as one former Canadian prime minister once put it is like sleeping with an elephant no matter how friendly they might be every twitch and grunt affects us that of course was from Pierre Trudeau the father of the current prime minister but it's as true today as it ever was maybe even more so in light of the rocky relations of late joining us now to consider the state of the Canadian U. S. relationship we're happy to welcome genocide bills for professor of conflict management in the department of political science at the monk school of global affairs and merry Scott Greenwood but everybody calls this guy she's a principal at Dentons and chief executive officer of the Canadian American business council delighted to welcome you to back door stand you not even on a satellite Gregory has you greater here in person okay let's remind everybody of perhaps the most famous twin ...

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