Conversations with History: Institute of International Studies, UC Berkeley
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This interview is part of the Institute's "Conversations with History" series, and uses Internet technology to share with the public Berkeley's distinction as a global forum for ideas.
Welcome to a Conversation on International Affairs. I'm Harry Kreisler of the Institute of International Studies. Our guest today is the distinguished Canadian diplomat and public servant Allan Gotlieb. Ambassador Gotlieb's career in Canadian public service spans 30 years. He has served during those years as head of the legal division of the External Affairs Department, as Undersecretary of State for External Affairs, and most recently as Ambassador of Canada to the United States from 1981 to 1988. A legal scholar, Ambassador Gotlieb has written four books. He received his B.A. degree from Berkeley, his M.A. from Oxford as a Rhodes' Scholar, and his L.L.B. degree from Harvard. During the month of January, 1989, he is visiting the Berkeley campus as a Regents' Lecturer. Joining us in the studio is Professor Thomas Barnes, Professor of History and Law and co-chair of the Canadian Studies Program.
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