Archives – By The Author By the Author Daryl Copeland’s Flickr Photostream Smart Power and the Diplomatic Surge Whither Development? Putting the Human Back In Security PD’s Most Formidable Adversary: The Say-Do Gap Fixing Foreign Ministries: Message From Oz Connectivity and Networks Rule PD and Counterinsurgency Getting Down… PD, POR and the Public Environment Public Diplomacy and Branding Transformational Public Diplomacy No Dangling Conversation PD in Conflict Zones Virtuality and Foreign Ministries Bibliography of Daryl Copeland’s Print Publications The Science of International Politics Cyber Diplomacy Towards a Grand Strategy Is Public Diplomacy for Everyone? Guerrilla Diplomacy: The Revolution in Diplomatic Affairs How Obama's Nobel can Resurrect Diplomacy An International Power? The Disappearing Foreign Ministry Failure in Copenhagen The Year Ahead A Future Without Force Beyond Relief Hard Power vs. Soft Power Memo to the EU:What's Next? Diplomacy Today: Lessons from the Raj? Guerrilla Diplomacy for the 21st Century What's in a Nation's Brand? Where Diplomacy Resonates Fighting with Diplomacy When Might is Not the Right Way Diplomats on the Front Line in Counterinsurgency Work Making Diplomacy a Counterinsurgency Weapon Dark shadow over the Thai smile Making Sense of Intelligence From DFAIT to a Department of International Affairs? Globalization Nation A Real Revolution in Diplomacy It's Time to Build a Better Diplomat A Better Way To Do International Policy Lawrence of Afghanistan How To Stop An Insurgency The Lesson of Iraq War and Diplomacy What Canada's Security Council Loss Says About Us A Place for Science Diplomacy? WikiLeaks Revelations: The Implications for Diplomacy Science, Technology and Global Change Role of the FCO in UK Government How Canada Could Contribute to Science Diplomacy WikiLeaks' short-term damage, long-term gains Forces of Globalization: Looking Forward, Looking Back Cairo Burning Stabilizing the Global Village with Guerrilla Diplomacy Taking Stock of WikiLeaks and Cablegate: A “Napster Moment” for Government? Egypt After Mubarak: Talking About a Revolution? What's Next for Libya The War That Started While No One Was Watching Diplomacy was on the rebound in Montreal Commercial Diplomacy: A New Frontier After Osama: Time to Turn the Page? What's Next for Canada's Armed Forces Science Diplomacy: New Day or False Dawn An Excellent New Zealand Adventure The Real Threat Set: Humanity's Race Against Time Yet Norway Responds with Grace Sitting on a Powder Keg Questioning the Wisdom of Foreign Intervention True North in Transition: Canadian Foreign Policy Post-9/11 Re-Imagining Ottawa as a Diplomatic Capital Diplomacy, Journalism and the New Media Diplomacy in the Digital Age No Time to Celebrate NATO Victory in Libya Science Diplomacy: What's It All About? A retreat from the world stage Beyond the front door A New Diplomacy for the EU? A Future for Canadian Public Diplomacy? Heteropolarity, security and diplomacy Heteropolis rising: World order in the 21st century Heteropolarity, globalization and the new threat set Connecting the Dots Public diplomacy, Branding and the Image of Nations – Part I The Incredible Shrinking Canada A Diminished Canada Diplomacy still matters – but new training needed Ottawa-Gatineau on the world stage Public Diplomacy, Branding and the Image of Nations, Part II: More of the Same, or Different? Public Diplomacy and Branding, Part III: A Pair of Aces? Public Diplomacy and Branding, Part IV: Some Practical Implications Re-branding Canada: From the Siege of Sarajevo to Rio Plus 20 In defense of DFAIT: diminished diplomatic capacity damages Canadian interests Exploring the myths of international relations: three deadly disconnects? Rethinking Canada's foreign ministry WikiLeaks’ Long, Strange Tail Science, diplomacy and the great disconnect: an opportunity for Canada? Diplomacy After Benghazi Canada in Afghanistan: assessing the costs Could a virtual community help save the planet? Canada needs to remember Afghanistan Harper's underwhelming 'secret' foreign policy plan We can't do effective diplomacy from a bunker Why Diplomacy Matters More Than Ever Why don't diplomats get the respect they've earned? Pakistan Won’t Save Afghanistan Afghanistan and Pakistan: Looking back, looking forward The vanishing Canadian Oh, Canada, Where Art Thou? As Snowden lingers in Moscow…winners and losers After the Manning verdict, four big issues remain untouched Diplomacy, Globalization and Heteropolarity: The Challenge of Adaptation In defence of diplomacy: Canada must do better In Defence of Diplomacy Update Syria: Is the War on Terror finally over? Canadian Public Diplomacy, Then and Now As Canada's Cities Slowly Crumble Globalization: Looking Forward, Looking Back War and Diplomacy, Then and Now Seven Ways to Fix Afghanistan Underdevelopment and Insecurity The Syria effect: How the world has returned to diplomacy Pushing peacekeeping off the table Five ways the Snowden affair has disrupted global politics Thailand on the Brink Can Obama move off 'permanent war footing'? Is Ukraine a crisis, or a dangerous distraction? Blowback: Iraq and the law of unintended consequences One hundred years on, the Great War still has lessons for Canada Science and the limits of gunpoint diplomacy Humanity's best hope: Increasing diplomatic capacity in ten (uneasy) steps For the West, war isn't working anymore Ten steps to a world-beating diplomatic corps There's a lot more to security than guns and surveillance A time of remembrance, and forgetting Cuba libre: What the Havana deal means for diplomacy Canada faltered on the world stage in 2014 How we can do diplomacy better High hopes for the Independent Commission on Multilateralism Five reasons Ottawa shouldn't extend the Iraq mission Rebuilding Canada's international capacity: Diplomatic reform in the age of globalization Bridging the Chasm Will Canada be the country that dumbed itself to death? Canada and the Asia-Pacific: Unsteady interest and opportunities lost Canada falls flat on the world stage Rebuilding Canada – and its place in the world Science and diplomacy after Canada's lost decade: Counting the costs, looking beyond Can Trudeau coax a shell-shocked public service out of its bunker? Diaspora Scientific Communities at Home and Abroad: An Untapped Resource for Diplomacy? It will take more than smiles to reverse Canada's dire diplomatic record Seven steps to a higher functioning foreign ministry Can Canadian diplomatic leadership be restored? Science Diplomacy for the Age of Globalization Cold War comfort: the way we were Charting power shifts in a new world for diplomats Five ways for Canada to get back into the diplomacy game Gathering clouds threaten Turdeau's "sunny ways" No military solutions Crunch the numbers We can cope with Trump. But it's going to cost us.