A few weeks ago, in the final days of the U,S.
election, many people around the world were stunned by the fact that the U of A, in Canada’s largest province, voted for the U., in a stunning upset.
And it was just one example of a countrywide backlash against a U.K. government that has been a harsh critic of China’s foreign policy.
For the U (Canada) government, it was a great moment of success.
The vote showed that the British people have spoken and their vote was very clear.
But the message from China, for a country that has consistently been an ally and benefactor of Canada, was devastating.
In China, many thought the U is the world’s biggest bully.
China’s leadership has been clear in its disdain for the United States and its allies, even when they are our friends.
The result is a national disgrace for Canada, especially when it comes to international relations.
China has consistently shown its hostility toward Canada.
A lot of people have been saying this about the U since the early days of this campaign.
But now it is clear that this is a country with the power to make this happen.
It is an example of what the U can achieve if it is not afraid of China, or if it does not have the courage to confront China.
There are two reasons for this.
One is because China is not the only power that China is worried about.
Canada has to be.
And the other is because Canada is an important trading partner for China.
Canada has an economic relationship with China.
It is not just trade.
It has an important relationship with Chinese investors.
We are also in a strategic partnership with China, where our two countries have the largest military in the world, and we have an alliance with them in a number of ways.
And I think Canada has an obligation to be in a position to respond to China if it decides to pursue a more aggressive approach in international affairs.
China is a major country in terms of its influence in the region and is a force that has the ability to impact our relationships with the U and other countries.
Canada should be prepared to respond and be ready to work with the Chinese government to address these concerns.
When the U won the presidency in 2016, a lot of countries were looking to Canada to make changes to its policies and to try to get us to accept them.
That is what happened in the U-K.
And this is what has happened in Canada, too.
People were shocked that China had won a majority of seats in Parliament, and many were shocked by the outcome of the vote in the United Kingdom.
In the last few days, China has made clear that it will not allow the U to continue as a partner in international relations, and that they will continue to fight against our allies and partners.
I think Canada’s leadership in international policy should be clear, because if you don’t have that, then you will not be able to confront these challenges, and the world will continue as it is.
We have an international trade relationship with many of the countries that we deal with, and those are the countries with which we have a strong relationship, and Canada’s relationships with them are very important.
Canada should be ready, and Canadians should be aware, and if Canada is going to act in a way that is not to support the U in international politics, then Canada will not win in the long run.
So, the challenge for Canada is to not allow China to be the major player in international political affairs, because Canada does not know how to act.
Our relationship with the United Arab Emirates is not as good as we would like, and our relationship with India is not so strong.
We should not let China dominate the international arena.
So, our leadership in global affairs should be based on strong relationships with our friends and allies.
To get our international relationships back on track, the U should not be afraid to confront the UG.
We have a very important relationship in that regard, and it should not have been sidelined.
That’s what we need to do.
The more we can engage with the other side in international debates, the better.
As for the Chinese, I think they are a very good, friendly, open country.
And we need them to be more open and transparent, to be a better partner.
We’re going to be looking at the next steps on a number and some of them, and then we will get back to the U — and we will talk about the next U election.
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