Tim Shorrock

How Sony, Obama, Seth Rogen and the CIA Secretly Planned to Force Regime Change in North Korea

By Tim Shorrock | September 9, 2017 Originally published in Alternet Over the past month, President Trump’s incendiary threats to rain “fire and fury” on

The Only Sensible Way Out of the North Korea Crisis

By Tim Shorrock | August 27, 2017 Originally published in The Nation. On August 14, the Korean Central News Agency issued a surprising statement from

Cataclysmic Risks of North Korean Crisis

By Dennis J Bernstein | August 18, 2017 Originally published in Consortiumnews.com Many Asia experts are concerned that the war of words between President Trump

China Is Not the Answer to North Korea

By Tim Shorrock | August 3, 2017 Originally published in Lobelog Foreign Policy.   From President Trump to Capitol Hill, there is only way short

South Korean President Moon Jae-in Prepares for a Difficult Meeting With Trump

By Tim Shorrock | June 30, 2017 Originally published in the Nation.com South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who swept to power in May elections after

South Korea’s New President Says His Election Completes the ‘Candlelight Revolution’

By Tim Shorrock | May 12, 2017 Originally published in The Nation Gwangju—Moon Jae-in, a human rights and labor lawyer who came of age protesting

In South Korea, War Hysteria Is Seen as an American Problem

Tim Shorrock | April 17, 2017 Originally published in the Nation.com Gwangju, South Korea—When I arrived at Incheon International Airport near Seoul on April 2

The U.S. Military’s Role in Asia in the Age of Trump

By Tim Shorrock  |  December 13, 2016 Originally published in Tomdispatch.com Despite the attention being given to America’s roiling wars and conflicts in the Greater

Hillary’s Hawks Are Threatening Escalation Against North Korea

By Tim Shorrock |  November 1, 2016 Originally published in the Nation.com   Over the past two weeks, South Korea has been obsessed with a

In South Korea, a Dictator’s Daughter Cracks Down on Labor

By Tim Shorrock | December 3, 2015 Originally published in The Nation.com   Following in the footsteps of her dictator father, South Korea’s President, Park