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Author of the New Novel Hollow Strength
The author of the new novel about the CIA and Iran, Hollow Strength..

Nuclear Deal with Iran Punishes US Businesses
Article for news and investment site ValueWalk entitled "Why The Nuclear Deal Helps Iran But Punishes The U.S"" Published October 26, 2015.

What Domestic Ebola Response Says about Hospital Infections

Article for news and investment site ValueWalk on skyrocketing growth on Hospital Acquired Infections in US hospitals.  Published November 6, 2015.

Art Keller served in the US Army during Operation Desert Storm and later spent seven years serving in the Central Intelligence Agency’s Directorate of Operations, where he worked on cases to block the proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction and terrorism issues.   While at the CIA, he served as a weapons inspector in the Iraq Survey Group, and concluded his time at the CIA as an Acting Chief of Base in the North West Frontier Province of Pakistan.


Since leaving the CIA, he has been a freelance author, commentator, and journalist published in a wide variety of leading media outlets including The Technoskeptic,, Newsweek, The New York Times, The New York Daily News,  The Washington Post,,  CNN’s Security Clearance, ValueWalk, Newsmax, the Langley Intelligence Group Network (LIGNET) and the CTC Sentinel.   He has appeared on CNN, CBS, PBS’s News Hour, The National Geographic Channel, and the BBC.  He is author of the espionage thriller, “Hollow Strength” about the CIA and Iran’s Revolutionary Guard.   He is currently working on the sequel to Hollow Strength.


Freelance writer on human intelligence, crime,  WMD proliferation, technology, and terrorism.

Art Keller