What’s in the decision ruling that Canada’s intelligence service failed to disclose that information in national security warrant applications was likely illegally obtained?
Preston Lim is a first-year student at Yale Law School. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Near Eastern Studies from Princeton and a Master’s in Global Affairs from Tsinghua University, where he studied as a Schwarzman Scholar.
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Canada brings terrorist activity charges for a murder at an erotic massage parlor, Trudeau loses a U.N. Security Council bid and other Canadian national security news.
What’s in the decision that brings the Huawei CFO one step closer to U.S. extradition?
The Canadian military reassesses its overseas footprint in response to COVID-19, and the Liberal government comes under pressure to adjust its China policy.
The significance of this decision will likely extend well beyond Canada.
Trudeau campaigns for a U.N. Security Council seat, Canada responds to the coronavirus epidemic and other Canadian national security news.
The Canadian Supreme Court rules that a son of Russian spies is a Canadian citizen, and the killing of Qassem Soleimani—and the deaths of Canadian citizens aboard a jet downed by Iran—throws the country’s policy toward Iran and Iraq into question.