Transnational Law, extradition, international law, fugitive, criminal law, offenders, Canada, United States, human rights
Both domestic and international laws regarding the extradition of fugitive criminal offenders are in a state of flux throughout the world. The current legal landscape reflects tension between the interest of state authorities in promoting “security,” on the one hand, and increasing recognition that human rights obligations are at play, on the other. Gary Botting’s book, Extradition Between Canada and the United States, successfully addresses this tension by way of a detailed examination of what is probably the most integrated extradition partnership outside the European Union.
Robert J. Currie, "Gary Botting, Extradition between Canada and the United States”, Book Review of Extradition between Canada and the United States by Gary Botting, (2012) 19:1 RQDI 349.