Trade, security and combating H1N1 were clearly high on the agenda for all three leaders. However, in spite of the focus, there weren't any major new agreements or initiatives announced. That's not necessarily a bad thing. As I wrote yesterday, it can be seen as a positive sign that there is an uneventful ongoing dialogue within North America on key issues that doesn't need exciting new initiatives announced at every meeting.I basically agree, for reasons I will lay out at a future date. Boz also said that the media once again failed to note the environmental like-mindedness among the leaders, and the potential for progress in the future.
(The above title sounds like a Grateful Dead song, or maybe I'm just thinking of Mexicali Blues.)