Daniel-Joseph MacArthur-Seal is a journalist, security analyst and historian. His research centres on intercultural perceptions in the near and middle east and their impact on British imperial policy. He is the editor of openSecurity, openDemocracy's international security coverage section.
Phone hacking: an investigator, a journalist and a lawyer give their verdict at the Centre for Investigative Journalism summer school
A notable panel including Guardian head of investigations David Leigh, Bishop International investigations firm...
What did the Public Service Broadcasting Forum achieve?
The Public Service Broadcasting Forum, timed to coincide with the BBC's strategy review, is now closed. Here, the...
On the Alternative Vote, who speaks for history?
After a provocative letter telling Times readers that 'history teaches us to vote no to AV', a response was...
Published in: openSecurityMubarak’s thugs make a mockery of media neutrality
Media reporting of today's events in Cairo plays into Mubarak's hands and betrays the journalists risking their...
bbc.co.uk's world cup paunch
The BBC's world cup website, while excellent, made a mockery of the Strategy Review's promises of sensitivity to...
Public Service Broadcasting, The Forum so far - a synopsis
After a successful conference, we summarise contributions to the Public Service Broadcasting Forum so far.