Paul Cellucci

Paul Cellucci's memoir, "Unquiet Diplomacy," is remarkable portrait of a political life in an extraordinary political time. September 11, 2001: a series of unprecedented and unthinkable terrorist attacks on the US. On the job less than six months, US Ambassador to Canada Paul Cellucci found himself on the front lines of an explosive new political dynamic, as Canada and the US diverged on issues such as missile defense and the invasion of Iraq. Cellucci's career in government began in 1970 when...See more

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