Tom Barry (political analyst)
Barry began his career as a political activist and analyst at Georgetown University in the late 1960s. He worked as an investigative journalist for the Navajo Times in New Mexico, and in 1971 founded an investigative newspaper. In 1979 he co-founded the Interhemispheric Resource Center (IRC), and joined CIP in 2007. As senior policy analyst, he participates in assigning, writing, and editing pieces, as well as defining strategic objectives of the Americas Policy Program, and directs The TransBorder Project.
- "Guantanamo and GEO Group Ready for Haitians", January 18, 2010[permanent dead link]
- "The Neocon Philosophy of Intelligence", February 19, 2004
- "Oil and Political Opportunism", CounterPunch, September 23 / 24, 2006
- Zapata's Revenge: Free Trade and the Farm Crisis in Mexico, South End Press.
- Central America Inside Out. Grove Press. 1991. ISBN 978-0-8021-3260-4. Search this book on
- The Great Divide: The Challenge of U.S.-Mexico Relations in the 1990s, Grove Press. (coauthor with Beth Sims and Harry Browne)
- Rachel Garst, Tom Barry, ed. (1990). Feeding the Crisis: U.S. Food Aid and Farm Policy in Central America. University of Nebraska. ISBN 978-0-8032-6095-5. Search this book on
- Tom Barry, Beth Sims, The challenge of cross-border environmentalism: the U.S. - Mexico case, Resource Center Press; Bisbee, Ariz., 1994, ISBN 978-0-911213-45-4 Search this book on .
- The Soft War: Uses and Abuses of U.S. Economic Aid in Central America (coauthor with Debra Preusch)
- Martha Honey, Tom Barry, eds. (2000). Global focus: U.S. foreign policy at the turn of the millennium. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-0-312-22771-5.CS1 maint: Uses editors parameter (link) Search this book on
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