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Professor Arthur I. Cyr writes frequent opinion pieces that are published in news outlets across the world. They cover developments in domestic and international business and economics, government and politics, defense and national security, diplomacy and international relations.
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Canada is accused of providing special support to “ultra-filtered milk,” a distinctive high-protein variety popular in making non-liquid products, including cheese and yogurt. Lumber production is another source of dispute.
Yet our cooperative structures and practices, which span economic and military dimensions, remain intact. Alliance with Canada was established during the enormous global struggle of World War II. Our partnership reflects the enduring “Special Relationship” between Britain and the U.S. forged during the same years. Also highly germane is that farmers represent powerful protectionist lobbies in most countries, including the U.S.