Monday 23 Jul 2018 | 06:23 | SYDNEY

Diplomacy should matter – particularly for anyone who prefers talking over fighting and dialogue over diktat. At the Wednesday Lunch on 24 March, Daryl Copeland argued that diplomacy has been sidelined by globalisation and is facing a crisis of relevance and effectiveness.

Mr Copeland is an analyst, writer and educator on international policy, global issues, diplomacy and public management. His book, 'Guerrilla Diplomacy: Rethinking International Relations', was released in July 2009.

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