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.
Published in: openSecuritySecuring our future for the future
The second TV debate, purporting to focus on foreign affairs, failed to address Britain's role in the world.
Published in: openSecurityParallel paths: radicalisation and terrorism
Demos' latest report, 'The edge of violence', sets out a new agenda for counter-terrorism and counter-radicalisation...
Making consultation work: the BBC Strategy Review survey
The BBC Strategy Review survey: a walk-through
Stress, nationalisation and choice
Privatisation is often defended as increasing 'choice', a mantra invoked by politicians at every election. But this...
From Lloyd George to Tony Blair
As Tony Blair's testimony to the Iraq Inquiry reveals his informal style of sofa cabinet, Daniel-Joseph...
Published in: HomeThe UN should relocate to Haiti
Haiti and the world would benefit from UN headquarter's relocation to Port-au-Prince