Bush Doctrine Is Expected to Get Chilly Reception

When President Bush flew to Canada in his first international trip following his reelection, the White House portrayed it as the beginning of a fence-mending tour to bring allies back into the fold after a tense first term. But after Bush left, the Canadians were more furious than before.
“If he’s going to take that speech to Europe,” said a top Canadian official who attended the meeting between Bush and Martin, “he’s not going to get a good reception.”
For all the talk of fresh diplomacy and rebuilding frayed alliances, Bush heads into his second term still demanding that the rest of the world meet him on his terms — and now he has redefined those terms to an even more provocative degree with an inaugural address articulating a grand vision for spreading democracy and “ending tyranny” in “every nation.” With his eye on history, Bush wants to change the world. The rest of the world is not necessarily so eager to be changed.
Bush Doctrine Is Expected to Get Chilly Reception (washingtonpost.com)