1 thought on “Review of The Seven Paradoxes of Public Diplomacy, my chapter in a new book by Fisher and Lucas (eds.): The Trials of Engagement”

  1. ‘This is perhaps the most sweeping, and readable, chapter in the book. It points to the several common institutional, funding, and operational problems confronting foreign ministries, and essentially argues that if diplomats are not to be supplanted by military, they will need to show results. Copeland concludes, “The over-riding purpose of public diplomacy in a world of insecurity should be to address the root causes of underdevelopment.” ‘

    Congrats, Daryl!

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