Publications and Congressional Testimony
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- Transnational Organized Crime, Terrorism and Criminalized States in Latin America: An Emerging Tier-One National Security Threat
- The Changing Nature of the Salvadoran Gangs: Douglas Farah for CSIS
- Douglas Farah in Foreign Policy: The Bolivarian Revolution leaves a legacy of criminalization of the opposition, destruction of the judiciaries and authoritarian rule
- Fixers, Super Fixers and Shadow Facilitators: How Networks Connect
- Dangerous Work: Violence Against Mexico's Journalists and Lessons From Colombia, National Endowment for Democracy Center for International Media Assistance
- Testimony of Douglas Farah Before the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Western Hemisphere, Peace Corps and Global Narcotics Affairs, Feb. 16, 2012.
- Douglas Farah's Blog for CSIS on the crisis in Bolivia and the Bolivarian Revolution
- Testimony of Douglas Farah before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, Oct. 12, 2011: The International Exploitation of Drug Wars and What We can Do About it
- Testimony of Douglas Farah Before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Trade, October 12, 2011
- Douglas Farah, "Islamist Cyber Networks in Spanish Speaking Latin America," for the Western Hemisphere Security Analysis Center, Florida International University.
- Douglas Farah, "Transnational Criminal Threats in El Salvador: New Trends and Lessons From Colombia," For the Western Hemisphere Security Analysis Center of Florida International University
- Douglas Farah Testimony before the House Homeland Security Subcommittee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence
- National Endowment for Democracy's Center for International Media Assistance: "Confronting the News: The State of Independent Media in Latin America."
- National Defense University's PRISM Journal: Terrorist-Criminal Pipelines and Criminalized States: Emerging Alliances.
- Douglas Farah, IASC in Foreign Policy: How Qaddafi Ran the "Harvard and Yale" for tyrants and despots in Africa, and his alliances with the "Bolivarian" authoritarian leaders of Latin America.