Douglas Farah is the president of national security consulting firm, IBI Consultants, and a Senior Visiting Fellow at National Defense University's Center for Complex Operations. He is an award-winning journalist and author of two critically acclaimed books.
About Douglas Farah
In 2001, as West Africa Bureau Chief for the Washington Post, Mr. Farah broke the story of al Qaeda's ties to the West African diamond trade. In 2004, he worked with the Consortium for the Study of Intelligence, studying armed groups and intelligence reform. Read more...
Mr. Farah specializes in research, writing and training on transnational criminal organizations and armed groups and their affect on states and corruption; terrorism, terror finance and proliferation; and, illicit financial flows. Go to Publications and Congressional Testimony...
"Farah's drum-tight presentation of evidence to substantiate his allegations will be difficult to dispute, and his stark and straightforward writing style makes this book hard to put down." -- Publishers Weekly Go to Douglas Farah's Author Page at Amazon.com...
For further information on Douglas Farah, his writings and Congressional Testimony, visit IBIConsultants.net.
- Iran in Latin America: Malign Alliances, “Super Spreaders,” and Alternative Narratives, from a Strategic Perspective published by National Defense University IISS June 14, 2021
- "How to Make A Billion Dollars Disappear," a new study by IBI Consultants on the ties illicit networks in the Bukele administration in El Salvador, focusing on the Alba Petróleos/PDVSA structure under the leadership of José Luis Merino (Comandante Ramiro) September 14, 2020
- Study for the Atlantic Council: The Maduro Regime's Illicit Activities: A Threat to Democracy and Security in Latin America August 13, 2020
- Maduro's Last Stand: Venezuela's Survival Through the Bolivarian Joint Criminal Enterprise May 23, 2019
- Turmoil in the Western Hemisphere: The Role of the Bolivarian Joint Criminal Enterprise in Latin America's Unrest (William J. Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies, National Defense University) March 27, 2020
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