Daryl Copeland is a research fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute and a policy fellow at the University of Montreal's CERIUM (the Montreal Centre for International Studies). He is an educator, an analyst, a consultant, and the author of Guerrilla Diplomacy: Rethinking International Relations. He specializes in the role of S&T in diplomacy, international policy, global issues, and public management. During his thirty-year career as a Canadian diplomat, he served abroad in Thailand, Ethiopia, New Zealand, and Malaysia, and in a variety of positions in Ottawa and Toronto.


Diplomacy and international policy require the incorporation of science and technology to address the world’s most pressing problems.