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 Taylor Report 
 Christopher Black, international lawyer, writer.
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Phil interviews international lawyer Chris Black about Canadian-Chinese relations following the arrest of Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver.

Black suggests that Meng’s arrest was a hit against:

1) Canadian law – trying to apply U.S. law in Canada by enforcing U.S. sanctions that are themselves illegal,

2) China’s Huawei company and its 5G project,

3) Iran.

It makes no sense for Canada to continue to be a vassal of the United States on this matter. It was unprecedented that the Canadian ambassador to China was fired for telling the truth. And it makes no sense for Canada to sacrifice its good relations with China over this matter.

The Canadian government had advance knowledge of Meng’s arrest, and should have warned her not to travel. But we’re not independent. And article 32 of the USMCA surrenders Canadian sovereignty to the USA – we cannot enter into any trade agreement without US approval.
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00:28:53 English 2019-01-28
 Toronto, Ontario
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