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It is a sign of the times that a Canadian prime minister and an American president are cheering for different candidates in the upcoming second round of France's presidential election - and that their contrary preferences are so transparent.

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by Thomas Walkom Donald Trump has discovered reasons not to like Canada. He is sure to find more. The U.S. president has realized belatedly...

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Ever since last fall's American presidential election campaign, Justin Trudeau has played nice with Donald Trump, routinely bending over backward to avoid taking the new administration head-on.

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How to explain Donald Trump's radical about-face on Syria, Russia and China? Analysts are at a loss. Leaders do change their views. But the U.S. president's sudden transformation from isolationist America Firster to big-time global policeman boggles even the most jaded of minds.

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In his approach to the Syrian civil war, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is consistent in at least one respect. He consistently supports the dangerously inconsistent approach of Donald Trump.

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In the cold light of day, here are seven observations on the U.S. missile attack against Syria. First, it was illegal. Russian President Vladimir Putin makes that point and in this instance he is correct. Short of invoking the right of self-defence, it is a breach of international law to attack a state unless that attack is authorized by the United Nations Security Council.

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It took Justin Trudeau more than 12 hours to issue a definitive statement on U.S. President Donald Trump's surprise missile strikes on the Syrian regime, but in the end he made a black-and-white choice.

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by Thomas Walkom Justin Trudeau came to power promising a bold economic agenda. He would not only encourage growth in what was still a struggling economy,...

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Over his first 15 months as a rookie MP and Canada's finance minister, Bill Morneau has mastered the art of the platitude. That could come in handy when he presents his second budget this month.

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Contrary to an increasingly popular Canadian belief, the Trump administration does not have a monopoly on so-called alternative facts. Nor did it invent the concept.