Donald Trump’s Disruptive Presidency

From: Canada is Not Back


Explores how Canada’s relationship with the United States was changed upon the election of Donald Trump, with an examination and critique of the negotiation of a replacement for NAFTA. Also discusses the ongoing relationship between the two countries’ militaries.


Jocelyn Coulon

Jocelyn Coulon is a researcher at the Montreal Centre for International Studies at the University of Montreal. He was a foreign affairs advisor for Justin Trudeau in 2014–2015, and was an advisor to foreign minister Stéphane Dion in 2016–2017. He lives in Montreal, Quebec.