China Charges Two Detained Canadians with Espionage
“Our extradition law is basically about international relations and the Canadian national interest,” says SPPGA Professor Paul Evans in a Ryan Jespersen Show interview on Meng Wanzhou’s extradition and the detainment of the two Michaels in China.
Canada’s Huawei Extradition Ruling Could Unleash More Chinese Backlash
Paul Evans predicts the two Canadian detainees in China will remain behind bars for some time yet, and the Meng Wanzhou ruling isn’t going to make life easier for them.
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Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou loses key court battle as B.C. judge rules extradition bid should proceed
Paul Evans was interviewed about a B.C. judge’s ruling in the Meng Wanzhou extradition hearing and the potential political fallout.
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‘It just doesn’t process’: China refuses to believe Canada’s legal system is independent, experts say
Paul Evans says most Chinese people see law and politics as intimately interconnected and the idea of a completely independent judiciary is difficult to believe.
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