For better or for worse, the future of Canada-U.S. relations will evolve
The Trump era has strained the conjugal bonds between Canadians and Americans in fundamental ways.
Before Donald Trump, pictured May 11, the U.S. was basically seen as a powerful, stable country occasionally prone to misdirection, and it is now seen as an erratic, self-pitying brute that relishes bullying its friends and cavorting with its traditional enemies. The coronavirus has arguably added a sense of pity to this perceptions list, writes Eric Miller. White House photograph by Shealah Craighead