Dr. David Grantham is a renowned national security expert who writes and speaks regularly on regional security, international conflict, and cybersecurity.

He has served as a counterintelligence operative in Iraq and has field experience in hotspots across the globe.
He is known for his work at Camp Bucca, Iraq, which is known as the birthplace of ISIS.

About "Consequences: An Intelligence Officer's War" By Dr. Grantham

We are still living in the long shadow of the Iraq War in 2020. But in 2006, David Grantham was fresh out of college and serving as a counterintelligence officer with the elite and secretive Air Force Office of Special Investigations. Iraq was veering toward civil war. The U.S. military desperately needed better on-the-ground intelligence to turn the tide. Grantham found himself in Kuwait and Afghanistan, then at Iraq’s infamous American prison, Camp Bucca. Not only was Bucca the breeding ground for the Islamic State, it was in southern Iraq, where America’s deadly fight with Iran was an open secret.

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Interview: Not Enough Agents to Deal With Immigration Crisis, Security Specialist Warns

We in the United State have never experienced this level of migration at one time. And there is no sign of stopping. Click here to read more

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Interview: Audiobook release, Consequences: An Intelligence Officer’s War

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Weaponizing Networks (Part One): Venezuela’s Asymmetric Attack On Texas

Texas has the second largest GDP of any state in the union. It is home to some of America’s most critical warfighting capabilities and is the only state with a semi-independent electrical grid.[i] These facts alone make Texas critical to U.S. national security. These same facts make the Lone Star State a prime target for America’s…

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U.S. Riots Take a Page from the Latin American Socialist Playbook

The second wave of riots is here. Escalating violence in Portland. A surge of rioting in Seattle. Police in Chicago ambushed. Daily confrontations are happening again. The premeditated violence has inspired violence elsewhere. That ripple effect is always the intent. We know this, not only from Chinese communists and European fascists, but from socialists in…

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How Maduro’s Crime-Terror Networks Could use National Protests to Threaten the U.S.

Riots in more than 40 major American cities last month followed similar patterns as those in Latin America last year.[1] The “breeze” of legitimate protests in urban areas after the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis quickly escalated into a “hurricane” of violence against government institutions and private businesses – specific targets that represent national sovereignty…

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Why Texas Should Be Wary Of Mexico’s Amlo

Go to the following article to read more about the Trump administration and how it has taken significant action against the Maduro regime. Click here to read more.

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The Dangers of Venezuelan Disinformation Campaigns in the Era of COVID-19

Go to the following article to read more about the Trump administration and how it has taken significant action against the Maduro regime. Click here to read more.

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“Anticipating Iran’s Next Move”

“The Iranian regime and its proxies are not finished avenging the death of Qassem Soleimani. In predicting their next move, the United States would be wise to consider the religious inspiration for their military strategy…” Continue reading.

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OAN After Hours with Alex Salvi: Death of Iranian terrorist Qasem Soleimani

After Hours catches up with Dr. David Grantham — senior fellow at Secure Free Society — to discuss the U.S. air strike killing top Iranian general Qasem Soleimani… Watch video.

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Argentina, the Arab World, and the Partition of Palestine, 1946-1947

“Argentina, the Arab World, and the Partition of Palestine, 1946-1947” Journal of Global South Studies, Vol 36, No 1 (2019), 88-115. | Read Journal

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