Hagai M. Segal

Hagai M. Segal

Hagai M. Segal is a leading authority on geopolitical issues, counterterrorism and the Middle East. He lectures at New York University in London, serves on the London First Security and Resilience Advisory Board, and advises and consults with numerous public and private sector organisations and corporations across Europe, Asia and Australasia.

Latest from Hagai M. Segal

Can Trump’s words on a one-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict ever become policy?
With Trump, Brexit and simmering tension in Asia, can the global security order survive 2017?
Cats chasing deadly mice
6 Feb 2007 - 12:00AM
Cats chasing deadly mice
On the brink of anarchy?
8 Mar 2006 - 12:00AM
On the brink of anarchy?
Facing up to the terrorist threat
Lebanon and the Palestinian factor
Is the UN up to the task of peacemaker?
Still learning the lessons
16 May 2006 - 12:00AM
Still learning the lessons
Social challenges to the British way of life
Which side is Pakistan on?
13 Oct 2006 - 12:00AM
Which  side is  Pakistan on?
Pakistan walks a risky road
29 Sep 2006 - 12:00AM
Pakistan  walks a  risky road
US vies with China in the new scramble for Africa
Too hot to handle
5 Sep 2007 - 12:00AM
Too hot to handle
Keep the al-Qaeda threat in perspective
Pakistan may have  seen the enemy within
Sarkozy's France - back in the US fold
Why we can't drop our guard
16 Jan 2007 - 12:00AM
Why we can't drop our guard
Can the Hamas leopard change its spots?
If push comes to shove
24 Feb 2011 - 12:00AM
If push comes to shove
When atrocity breeds affinity
22 Feb 2007 - 12:00AM
When atrocity breeds affinity
Germany's goal: to defeat a dual threat
Al-Qaeda threat to China a worry for Hong Kong
Sowing the sociological  seeds of discontent
From confrontation to negotiation
Pakistan's slow decline into violent instability
The blast heard across Europe
14 Mar 2007 - 12:00AM
The blast heard across Europe
Second guessing
11 Aug 2008 - 12:00AM
Second guessing
Rising religious pride and prejudice
Caught in Iraq - the dilemma of withdrawal
Australia stands beside the US (except in Iraq)