The U.S. isn’t being very neighborly. Here’s what it means for Canada’s foreign policy.

President Trump meets with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the Group of Seven summit in Charlevoix, Canada, on June 8. (Evan Vucci/AP) Nearly a month after hosting the Group of Seven meeting — and looking ahead to July’s NATO summit in Brussels — Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his government are trying to process what happened in Charlevoix. Days of Twitter insults and temper tantrums later, it is becoming clear that President Trump is less interested in deals with U.S. allies. Trump’s agenda seems concentrated on drama, disruption and appeasing his stridently anti-internationalist base in recent months....

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