Daryl Copeland at University of Victoria – December 2, 2009

Daryl Copeland will speak at 3:30 PM on 2 December in MacLauren D281 – University of Victoria.

Under the sponsorship of the university branch of the Canadian International Council and Centre for Global Studies to present his book:

Guerrilla Diplomacy:
Rethinking International Relations

Daryl Copeland is an independent and critical thinker on Canadian foreign policy. He is on academic leave from the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade and seconded to the University of Southern California’s Center on Public Diplomacy and the University of Toronto’s Munk Centre for International Studies. A bio-sketch can be found here.

In his book Daryl Copeland argues that diplomacy, re-tooled for the 21st century, must displace defence at the centre of international policy.

The introductory overview is available for download.