Current Position: Director, Institute for Security Policy.
| Speaking in: Fifth Week, Michaelmas 2006 |
Speaking on: The London Ricin Cell.
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Glen Segell is the Editor of the London Security Policy Study. He has undertaken anti-terrorist training and continues in the operational environment. He was educated at the University of the Witwatersrand South Africa, Hebrew University Israel, King’s College London, Trinity College Ireland and Canterbury University Seychelles and has held positions at the Institute of Security Policy, Wits, Hebrew U, the Centre for Defence Studies (KCL), IHR (London) and the University of Reading as well as teaching primary and secondary education. He has also undertaken programs for Teachers TV and has experience in the commercial and financial sectors. He was elected a Fellow of the Atlantic Council United Kingdom (2002), a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society (2004) and was awarded a Licentiateship of the Royal Photographic Society in 2005. He has held executive positions at the International Political Science Association, the JISCMAIL Military History Discussion Group, the Association of Teachers and Lecturers, the International Studies Association, the Political Studies Association, and the British International Studies Association. He has authored over 100 items with recent articles appearing in REFUGE, HATA Review, African Review of Foreign Policy, Balkan Studies, International Journal of Intelligence and Counter-Intelligence, European Foreign Affairs Review, New Media and Society, International Studies Perspective, Defence and Security Analysis, International Journal of Organization Theory and Behaviour, The Review of International Affairs, Journal of European Area Studies, Defence Studies, Strategic Insights, and Scientia Militaria.