Bibliography of Daryl Copeland’s Publications

N.B. – In addition to list below, the author has published numerous short articles in Globe and Mail (; Toronto Star  ( ); iPolitics (;  The Hill Times (; Embassy (; and The Mark  ( His work also appears on the University of Southern California’s Public Diplomacy Blog:  See also citations listed under Guerrilla Diplomacy in the News.

Mr. Copeland is cited often in the relevant literature and he is a peer reviewer for scholarly journals including: Canadian Foreign Policy; International Journal; The Hague Journal of Diplomacy. He serves on the Advisory Board of the Canadian Foreign Policy Journal, on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Place Branding and Public Diplomacy, and as an external reviewer for the University of Toronto Press.

“Globalization and the New Threat Set: Rethinking Diplomacy in a Heteropolar World”, in Walter Kemp and Charles Erlich (eds.)  History in the Making: Lessons from the Past, Visions for the Future. New York: International Peace Institute/Salzburg Global Seminar (2018, forthcoming).

“Innovation, adaptation and foreign policy in the age of globalization: is Global Affairs Canada fit for purpose?”, Canadian Foreign Policy Journal, 24:3 (2018), pp.372-77. Available at:

“Canada’s Back: Can the Trudeau Government Resuscitate Canadian Diplomacy?”, Canadian Foreign Policy Journal 24:2, pp. 243-52, (2018). Available at:

“Re-discovering Canada’s undervalued statecraft tools”. Policy Options. 24 May 2018. Available at:

“The internationalization of Canadian science: Getting back in the game?”, CGAI Policy Update, November, 2017. Available at:

“It won’t come easy: Seven obstacles to a science diplomacy renaissance”, CGAI Policy Update, April 2017. Available at:…/It_Wont_Come_Easy_-_Seven_ Obstacles_to_a_Science_Diplomacy_Renaissance.pdf

“Book review – Why the World Won’t Wait” (Paris and Owen), International Journal, 72:2, Spring 2017, pp 291-94.

“Science Diplomacy: Managing “Wicked” Issues in the Age of Globalization” in Paul Sharp, Costas Constantinou  and Pauline Kerr (eds.) The Sage Handbook of Diplomacy. London: SAGE (2016),  pp 628-41

“From the Gutenberg Galaxy to Cyberspace”, in Mladen Andrelic et. al. (eds.) Intercultural Dialogue and Innovations in Diplomacy and Diplomatic Training. Zagreb: Diplomatic Academy, Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, Republic of Croatia (2016),  pp 77-84

“Science and diplomacy after Canada’s lost decade: Counting the costs, looking beyond”, CGAI Policy Paper, 06 November 2015. Available at:

“Bridging the Chasm: Why Science and Technology Must Become Priorities for Diplomacy and International Policy”, Science and Diplomacy, 29 July 2015. Available at:

“Rebuilding Canada’s international capacity: Diplomatic reform in the age of globalization”, Canadian Government Executive, 21:4, 15 April 2015. Available at:

“From foreign service to international service? Perhaps necessary, but by no means sufficient to fix Canadian diplomacy”, Canadian Foreign Policy Journal, 21:1 (2015). Available at:

“Humanity’s best hope: Increasing diplomatic capacity in ten (uneasy) steps”, CDFAI Policy Paper, (September 2014). Available at:

“Science Diplomacy, Globalization and WikiLeaks”, in Lloyd Davis and Robert  Patman (eds.) Science Diplomacy: New Day or False Dawn. Singapore: World Scientific (2014), pp 171-198

“The Emergence of Science Diplomacy” (Copeland et. al.) in Lloyd Davis and Robert  Patman  (eds.) Science Diplomacy: New Day or False Dawn. Singapore: World Scientific (2014), pp 3-24

“Rethinking Diplomacy: Globalization, Heteropolarity and the Evolution Imperative”, The Journal of Diplomacy and Foreign Relations, 14:2  (December, 2014), pp 5-18

“Mondialisation, hétéropolarité et l’impératif d’évolution de la diplomatie” in Tanguy de Wilde d’Estmael, Michel Liégeois et Raoul Delcorde (eds.) La diplomatie au coeur des turbulences Internationals, Louvain-la-Neuve: Presses universitaires de Louvain, (2014), pp 195-208

“Diplomacy. Globalization and Heteropolarity”, CDFAI Policy Papers. (August, 2013). Available at:

“A foreign ministry for the 21st century? Canada needs more DFAIT, and the world needs more diplomacy”, Canadian Foreign Policy Journal, 19:1 (2013), pp 110-14

“Taking Diplomacy Public”, in R. S. Zaharna et. al. (eds.)  Relational, Network and Collaborative Approaches to Public Diplomacy: The Connective Mindshift, London: Routledge, (2013) pp 56-69

“Digital Technology”, in Andy Cooper, Jorge Heine, and  Ramesh Thakur (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Modern Diplomacy. Oxford: Oxford University Press, (2012), pp 453-72

“Once Were Diplomats: Can Canadian Internationalism be Rekindled?”, in Heather Smith and Claire Turenne Sjolander (eds.) Canada in the World. Toronto: Oxford University Press, (2012), pp 125-44

“Heteropolarity, globalization and the new threat set”, Embassy, (16 February 2012). Available at:

“Heteropolis rising: World order in the 21st century”, Embassy, (02 February, 2012). Available at:

“Heteropolarity, security and diplomacy”, Embassy, (19 January 2012). Available at:

“Book Review – Diplomacy in the Digital Age”, International Journal, LXVII:1, (Winter 2011-2012), pp 255-60

“A  new diplomacy for the EU?”, New Europe, (03 January 2012), p. 32. Available at:

“Today, most Canadians don’t look far beyond their front door”, Ottawa Citizen, (29 December 2011). Available at:

“A retreat from the world stage”, Ottawa Citizen, (05 December 2011). Available at:

“Science Diplomacy: What’s It All About?” CIPS Policy Brief, (19 November 2011). Available at:

“Reimagining Diplomacy”, Canadian Geographic, (October 2011), pp. 36-7. Available at:

“True North in transition: Canadian foreign policy after 9/11”, Embassy, (13 September 2011). Available at:

“The Real Threat Set: Humanity’s Race Against Time”, Huffington Post Canada, (23 May 2011). Available at:

“The Seven Paradoxes of Public Diplomacy”, in Ali Fisher and Scott Lucas (eds.) The Trials of Engagement, Leiden: Brill, (2011), pp 183-200

“Diplomacy was on the rebound in Montreal”, Embassy, (23 March 2011), p. 9. Available at:

“WikiLeaks’ short term damage, long term gains”, Embassy, (12 January 2011), p. 9. Available at:

“Taking Stock of WikiLeaks and Cablegate: A “Napster” Moment for Government “, PDiN Monitor, USC Center on Public Diplomacy, 2:1 (December-January 2011), pp 4-9. Available at:

“The difference between war and diplomacy”, Embassy, (06 October 2010), p.1. Available at:

“Making Diplomacy a Counterinsurgency Weapon”, Embassy, (26 May 2010), p. 9. Available at:

“Diplomats on the Front Lines of Counterinsurgency Work”, Embassy, (28 April 2010), p.1.  Available at:

“Dark shadow over the Thai Smile”, Globe and Mail, (23 April 2010). Available at:

“Guerrilla Diplomacy for the 21st Century”, e-IR, (06 April 2010). Available at:

“Memo to the EU: What’s Next? ”, Foreign Policy in Focus, (16 February 2010). Available at:

“It’s Time to Build a Better Diplomat, Globe and Mail, (30 November 2009). Available at:

“Guerrilla Diplomacy: The Revolution in Diplomatic Affairs”, World Politics Review, (13 October 2009). Available at:

“Virtuality and Foreign Ministries”, Canadian Foreign Policy, 15:2 (Summer, 2009),  pp 1-15

Strategic Public Diplomacy (with Nabil Ayad, eds.), London: Marylebone Press, (2009)

Guerrilla Diplomacy: Rethinking International Relations. Boulder, Col.: Lynne Rienner Publishers, (2009)

“Transformational Public Diplomacy”, in Simon Anholt (ed.) Place Branding and Public Diplomacy, 5:2 (May, 2009),  pp 97-102

“Public diplomacy in Conflict Zones: Military Information Operations Meet Political Counterinsurgency” (with Evan Potter), The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, Vol. 3, No. 3, (2008), pp. 277-96

“No Dangling Conversation: Portrait of the Public Diplomat”, Engagement: Public Diplomacy in a Globalised World, London: Foreign and Commonwealth Office, (2008)

“Independent  Diplomat”, International Journal, LXIII:3 (Summer 2007), pp 988-92

“James Eayrs on Diplomacy, Foreign Policy and International Relations: A Twenty-first Century Retrospective”, International Journal LXII:2, (Spring 2007),  pp 241-63

“Three Ps in Search of a Pod: A Personal Perspective on Public Diplomacy, Public Opinion Research and the Public Environment”, in Joshua Fouts, (ed.) Public Diplomacy: Practitioners, Policy Makers and Public Opinion., Los Angeles: Figueroa Press, (2006), pp 20-30

“PD, POR, and the Public Environment”, Public Diplomacy Blog (University of Southern California, July 14 2006, et. seq.),

“New Rabbits, Old Hats: International Policy and Canada’s Foreign Service in an Era of Reduced Diplomatic Resources”, International Journal 60:3 (Summer 2005), pp 743-62

“Guerrilla Diplomacy; Delivering International Policy in a Digital World ”, Canadian Foreign Policy 11:2 (Winter 2004), pp 165-75

“Foreign Policy, the Public Environment and the Role of the Canadian Institute of International Affairs” briefing paper prepared for the Board of Directors of the Canadian Institute of International Affairs, 29 September, 2003

“Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble: Thoughts on Canada’s World in 2003”, bout de papier 20:1 (Spring/Summer 2003), pp 6

“Diversifying Canada’s Dependence: Look East”, Asian Perspective 27:4 (Spring 2003), pp 277-293

“The E3 Story: A Personal Perspective on Efforts to Change the Way We Work”, bout de papier 19:1 (Spring/Summer 2003), pp 5-7

“The Axworthy Years: Canadian Foreign Policy in the Era of Diminished Capacity”, in Fen Osler Hampson, Norman Hillmer and Maureen Appel Molot (eds.), Canada Among Nations: The Axworthy Legacy, Oxford: Oxford University Press, (2001), pp 152-72

“After the Storm: Asia Pacific Prospects and Canadian Foreign Policy”, International Journal 54:4 (Autumn 1999), pp 683-94

“Multilateral Diplomacy: the United Nations Security Council, and Canadian Foreign Policy: Stormy Weather?” Behind the Headlines 56:3 (Spring 1999), pp 2-5

“Diplomacy: Road Kill on the Information Highway?” Behind the Headlines 55:2 (Winter 1998), pp 2-3

“Looking and Seeing: Foreign Policy and Squeegee Kids”, bout de papier 15:4 (Winter 1998), p.5

“Armageddon Revisited: Nuclear Weapons, Canadian Policy and the Disarmament Prospect”, Behind the Headlines 56:1 (Autumn 1998), pp 2-3

“Canada’s foreign policy in the globalization era”, Toronto Star, 18 August 1998, p. 10

“Hard Reality, Soft Power: Canadian Foreign Policy in the Era of Globalization”, Behind the Headlines 55:4 (Summer 1998), pp 2-5

“Civil Society, Foreign Policy, and Canadian Interests,” Behind the Headlines 55:3 (Spring 1998), pp 2-5

“Globalization, Enterprise and Governance: What a Changing World Means for Canada?” International Journal 53:1 (Winter 1997-98), pp 17-37

“The Pacific Century: What’s in it for Canada? (Part III)”, Behind the Headlines 55:1 (Autumn 1997), pp 2-3

“East vs. West?” bout de papier 14:3 (Fall 1997), pp 12-14

“The Pacific Century: What’s in it for Canada? (Part II)”, Behind the Headlines 54:4 (Summer 1997), pp 2-3

“The Pacific Century: What’s in it for Canada?” Behind the Headlines 54:3 (Spring 1997), pp 2-3

“The Pacific Century: What’s in it for Canada?”  Occasional Paper No. 10 (March 1997) Plattsburgh :Center for the Study of Canada,  State University of New York

“Globalization and the Canadian Prospect”, Behind the Headlines 54:2 (Winter 1996-97), pp 2-5

“Foreign Policy, Foreign Service and the 21st Century: The Challenge of Globalization”, Canadian Foreign Policy 4:3 (Winter 1996-97), pp 105-12

“Behind the Headlines Reborn”, Behind the Headlines 54:1 (Autumn 1996), pp 2-3

“Rethinking the Foreign Service:  II – Looking Forward, Looking Back”, bout de papier 13:1 (Spring 1996), pp 18-20

“Malaysia: The Political Economy of Diversity”, Behind the Headlines 52: 2&3 (Winter-Spring 1996) pp. 22-31

“On Exchange with the Kiwis”, bout de papier 11:4/12:1 (Spring 1995), p 25

“No Frills Diplomacy in Wellington”, bout de papier 11:2 (Summer), p 30

“Devolution and the Desk Officer: Rethinking the Way We Work”, bout de papier, 10:3 (Summer), pp 8

“Independence at Risk”, bout de papier 10:1 (Winter), p 6

“In Defence of Diversity”, bout de papier 8:4 (Winter), p 5

“Absence of Justice”, bout de papier 8:2 (Spring), p 8

“Managing Managers”, bout de papier 7:3 (Summer), p 40

“Mystery in Revolutionary Ethiopia”, bout de papier 7:2 (Spring), p 28

“Thinking the Unthinkable”, bout de papier 6:4 (Spring), p 5

“Asleep at the Wheel”, bout de papier 5:2 (Summer), p 6

“Bureaucratoxis: Thoughts on the Collapse of the Corporate Review” PAFSO Papers 1:2 (November, 1990)

“Crisis in the Diplomatic Corps?”, International Perspectives XIX:5 (May, 1990), pp. 1; 5-6

“Foreign Service in the Nineties: Problems and Prospects” PAFSO Papers 1:1, (December, 1989)

“Rethinking Adjustment” International Perspectives, (January/February, 1989), pp 4-7

“Withered recovery in Africa,” International Perspectives, (May/June 1988), pp 17-19

“Non-Proliferation and Nuclear Sales: Canada’s Approach to International Nuclear Cooperation”, in St. John, Peter (ed.) Canadian Foreign Policy: From Mackenzie King to Philosopher King. Winnipeg: University of  Manitoba, (1983)

“Of Men and Multinationals: Big Oil and the Feds” Canadian Forum, (March, 1981), pp 10-12