Meng leaves her home Wednesday to go to B.C. Supreme Court. (Jonathan Hayward/CP)

Canada was warned not to cozy up to Huawei and Beijing. Now here we are.

Terry Glavin: We listened instead to Jean Chrétien and the pro-PRC Liberal old guard. Remember that if—or when—Xi Jinping takes revenge over the Meng Wanzhou decision.
Meng leaves B.C Supreme Court after a justice dismissed her application to be discharged from extradition proceedings. (Jonathan Hayward/CP)

With the Meng Wanzhou decision, politicized process lives only in China’s imagination

The judge ruled against the Huawei exec, but it was no slam dunk. If only Michael Spavor and Michael Kovrig had access to such an impartial hearing.
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Whose side is Jean Chrétien on?

Terry Glavin: As China wages a political attack on Canada, the former PM’s interventions give cover to Beijing—and to Meng Wanzhou’s lawyers

Sorry John McCallum, extradition doesn’t neatly divide the courts from the politicians

The ambassador and the Prime Minister stress the role of judges in the Meng case, but experts say extradition is ultimately about political decision-making
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Can Trump really intervene in the Meng Wanzhou case?

The short answer is yes. But the result could prove disastrous for both the U.S. and Canada

Could the Trudeau government change Canada’s extradition law?

Hassan Diab’s case has experts pushing for reform that makes extradition more difficult for people in ’exceptional circumstances’
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From Russia with arms

The ‘Merchant of Death’ is poised to lose his battle against extradition to the United States
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Ottawa lecturer and alleged Paris bomber denied bail

French authorities claim prof belonged to a terrorist group, lawyer calls it a case of mistaken identity
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Ottawa U instructor maintains innocence in Paris bombing

French officials have 45 days to back up their extradition request