Summary with new information since yesterday, from articles in English
Canada's reduced position in the world and uncertain relationship with the United States, its most important trading partner, has made the country an obvious target for Saudi Arabia's ire, says a politics professor at Memorial University .
The last few series of diplomatic squabbles the Canadian government has found itself in have almost come as a bit of a surprise Russell Williams told the St. John's Morning Show on Monday .
The result is a situation that makes it difficult for researchers, academics and analysts to know what to predict for the country's ongoing foreign relations, Williams said .
" There's a lot of questions and not a lot of answers, and not a lot of clear indications as to what the future holds for Canada .
The most recent of those squabbles is the country's continuing fight with Saudi Arabia, sparked after Canada criticized the arrest of political activists .
Controversial statements from President Donald Trump and other U.S. officials after the most recent G7 meeting made Canada's stature clear before this latest issue came up, he said .
The U.S. State Department's statement on the dispute between Canada and Saudi Arabia was also revealing, he said, in the way it took steps to remove itself from the situation .
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