N. America Summit Shows Strains in Relations President Bush and the leaders of Mexico and Canada announce a new initiative promising cooperation in trade, security and energy and environmental issues. Yet past conflicts over defense, immigration and trade continue to strain North American relations.
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N. America Summit Shows Strains in Relations

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N. America Summit Shows Strains in Relations

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N. America Summit Shows Strains in Relations

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President Bush and the leaders of Mexico and Canada announce a new initiative promising cooperation in trade, security and energy and environmental issues. Yet past conflicts over defense, immigration and trade continue to strain North American relations.