Author profile: Daryl Copeland

WikiLeaks Revelations: The Implications for Diplomacy

WikiLeaks Revelations: The Implications for Diplomacy

Wikileaks is releasing hundreds of thousands of classified diplomatic communications. But when the dust settles and the sensational tid-bits are forgotten, some of the longer-term impacts on diplomacy may in fact be positive. How so? The Wikileaks documents subvert the myth of diplomatic ineffectiveness, and illustrates that diplomats are in fact very busy pursuing interests, advocating policies, making contacts and managing networks

Guerrilla Diplomacy for the 21st Century: Rethinking International Relations in a World of Insecurity

Guerrilla Diplomacy for the 21st Century: Rethinking International Relations in a World of Insecurity

Diplomacy can help make the world a better place, but it has failed to adapt to the imperatives of world order management in the 21st century. It has been sidelined, under-resourced and marginalized by governments almost everywhere. If this is to change, grand strategy will have to be reconsidered.

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