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by daryl.copeland on April 15, 2012
by daryl.copeland on September 10, 2011
by daryl.copeland on July 16, 2011
by daryl.copeland on December 13, 2010
by daryl.copeland on October 26, 2010
by daryl.copeland on October 15, 2010
by daryl.copeland on August 3, 2010
by daryl.copeland on July 6, 2010
by daryl.copeland on June 22, 2010
"...Copeland sensibly calls for foreign ministries and their diplomats to take the lead..." (PDF), Evan H. Potter, University of Ottawa, International Journal, CIC, Autumn 2010
"...a rich argument spiced by Copeland's years of experience on the ground.", Ali Fisher, Independent Scholar, Journal of American Studies, Cambridge Journals, August 2010
A New Breed, Edward Salazar, Foreign Service Journal, American Foreign Service Association, January 2011
The transformation of diplomacy: mysteries, insurgencies and public relations (PDF), Ian Hall, International Affairs, Chatham House, UK
Review in Library Journal -Social Sciences, Marcia L. Sprules, Council on Foreign Relations Lib., NY, September 1, 2009
Diplomacy in the Trenches (PDF), Jeff Davis, Embassy - Canada's Foreign Policy Newspaper
Guerrilla tactics for diplomats, Katharina Höne, DiploFoundation
Daryl Copeland charts the course for a new kind of diplomacy, one in tune with the demands of today’s interconnected, technology driven world.
Eschewing platitudes and broadly rethinking issues of security and development, Copeland provides the tools needed to frame and manage issues ranging from climate change to pandemic disease to asymmetrical conflict and weapons of mass destruction. The essential keystone of his approach is the modern diplomat, able to nimbly engage with a plethora of new international actors and happier mixing with the population than mingling with colleagues inside embassy walls.
Through the lens of Guerrilla Diplomacy, Copeland offers both a call to action and an alternative approach to understanding contemporary international relations.