Tim Shorrock is an investigative journalist and labor activist whose work has been featured in many publications such as Salon, Huffington Post, The Nation, Inter Press Service, The Los Angeles Times, and Foreign Policy in Focus. He is an expert on US-Korean relations, US intelligence and foreign policy.
The Army denies a story about the use of Special Forces in North Korea. But a great deal lies behind this slip of the lip.
James Clapper, Obama’s choice to head up national intelligence, has extensive ties to private intelligence outfits and the policies of the previous administration.
New documents reveal larger U.S. role in suppressing the popular uprising in South Korea in 1980.
New U.S. documents reveal Washington’s complicity with dictators around the Kwangju uprising of 1980 in South Korea.
Congress and the next president must take U.S. intelligence agencies away from the Pentagon and put them under civilian control.
The recently signed free trade agreement marks the fourth time the United States has tried to remake the Korean economy. This time, the attempt may fail.
The G8 Summit in Okinawa, Japans southernmost prefecture, focuses world attention on the huge U.S. military presence in Northeast Asia.
The December election of human rights activist Roh Moo-hyun as South Korea’s next president has turned into a giant wake-up call for U.S. policymakers and foreign affairs specialists.
Wolfowitz takes powerful position in the Pentagon.
The Clinton administration continues to promote the deeply flawed “Washington consensus” of neoliberal globalization in the APEC countries.