Why the Trump administration’s extradition request against Meng Wanzhou is a farce
The case of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou has generated a mountain of press coverage, but precious little of it—including John Ivison’s National Post op-ed—exhibits a meaningful understanding of Canada’s unjust extradition regime. What’s more, there are strong grounds to believe that the United States government’s allegations against Meng are political in nature, and meant to disguise ulterior geopolitical motives.
The king is dead, long live the king
The real Joe Biden will re-emerge in the weeks ahead, as he selects and announces the members of his cabinet. But the best indication we have about the type of leader he will be is the assurance he provided to some of his rich donors at a ritzy Manhattan fundraiser in June of last year: if he were to become the President of the United States, Biden told them, “nothing would fundamentally change.”
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