Seamus P. Daniels is a fellow for Defense Budget Analysis in the International Security Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), where he researches issues related to defense funding, force structure, and military readiness. He has authored publications on trends in the overall defense budget, the legislative process surrounding defense appropriations, defense strategy and force structure, Navy readiness funding, and NATO burden sharing. Prior to joining CSIS, Mr. Daniels worked for Government Executive Media Group. He holds an AB from Princeton University’s School of Public and International Affairs with minors in Near Eastern studies and Arabic language and culture.
In the News
Seamus P. Daniels in Military Times — October 31, 2022
Seamus P. Daniels in The Hill — September 30, 2022
Seamus P. Daniels in Newsweek — August 17, 2022
Today's D Brief: Vaccine-related discharges begin; 800K dead in the US from COVID; Impunity in Kabul; And a bit more.
Seamus P. Daniels in Defense One — December 14, 2021
Defense Department should take holistic approach to reducing military personnel costs, says defense budget analyst
Seamus P. Daniels in Government Matters — October 6, 2021
Seamus P. Daniels in War on the Rocks — September 22, 2021
Defense Business Brief: Flat military spending; Defense exports fall 17 percent; Expensive armored Suburbans, and more.
Seamus P. Daniels in Defense One — September 17, 2021
Seamus P. Daniels in Defense One — May 17, 2021
All Seamus P. Daniels Content
Critical Questions by Seamus P. Daniels — June 15, 2023
Report by Seth G. Jones and Seamus P. Daniels — May 19, 2022
Report by Seamus P. Daniels and Todd Harrison — March 14, 2022
Event — February 7, 2022
Report by Todd Harrison and Seamus P. Daniels — December 13, 2021
Report by Seamus P. Daniels — September 9, 2021
Event — February 16, 2021
Critical Questions by Seamus P. Daniels — February 2, 2021
Critical Questions by Seamus P. Daniels and Kaitlyn Johnson — October 9, 2020
Report by Seamus P. Daniels and Todd Harrison — March 2, 2020