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Canada signaled it would pursue foreign-policy objectives that are in contrast to the growing isolationism of the U.S., marking a shift away from its historic alignment with its neighbor and most important trading partner. In a speech to the legislature on Tuesday, Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland expressed the Canadian government’s discontent with the U.S., citing concerns about America’s growing protectionism and its withdrawal from the Paris climate-change agreement. (Wall Street Journal)

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