Gotlieb revolutionized Canadian diplomacy with our primordial partner
Allan Gotlieb died last week at the age of 92, but his insights into the U.S. and the value of public diplomacy continue to have application and relevance today.
Allan Gotlieb, pictured at Wilfrid's at the Château Laurier Hotel in 2006 for an interview about his book, The Washington Diaries: 1981-1989, a national bestseller. He saw government as a powerful force for the good: generating and testing ideas and then applying them to practical purpose, writes Colin Robertson. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright