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The Singapore Summit's Failure on North Korean Human Rights
June 14, 2018
The Singapore Summit's Failure on North Korean Human Rights
Romancing Kim in Singapore won't denuclearize North Korea or improve its human rights record.
The Singapore Summit's Failure on North Korean Human Rights
Why Rex Tillerson Must Bring Up Human Rights on His First Asia Trip
March 13, 2017
Why Rex Tillerson Must Bring Up Human Rights on His First Asia Trip
As Rex Tillerson prepares to head to China, Japan, and South Korea on his first major trip, he can't forget about human rights.
Why Rex Tillerson Must Bring Up Human Rights on His First Asia Trip
In Liberation Day Speech, South Korea's President Reasserts Importance of THAAD
August 16, 2016
In Liberation Day Speech, South Korea's President Reasserts Importance of THAAD
Park Geun-hye challenged critics of the missile defense system to offer an alternative and condemned human rights abuses in North Korea.
In Liberation Day Speech, South Korea's President Reasserts Importance of THAAD
Kim Jong-un Gets Called Out in New US Sanctions. Now What?
July 07, 2016
Kim Jong-un Gets Called Out in New US Sanctions. Now What?
How will North Korea react to the U.S. slapping sanctions on Kim Jong-un?
Kim Jong-un Gets Called Out in New US Sanctions. Now What?
US Student Sentenced to 15 Years Hard Labor in North Korea
March 17, 2016
US Student Sentenced to 15 Years Hard Labor in North Korea
Otto Warmbier was convicted of subversion for stealing a political poster from his hotel.
US Student Sentenced to 15 Years Hard Labor in North Korea
Did a North Korean Chemical Weapons Expert Actually Defect to Europe?
July 10, 2015
Did a North Korean Chemical Weapons Expert Actually Defect to Europe?
Amid media furor, there is little evidence for the defection of a North Korean chemical weapons expert.
Did a North Korean Chemical Weapons Expert Actually Defect to Europe?
North Korean Human Rights Abuses on the Agenda at UN Security Council
December 23, 2014
North Korean Human Rights Abuses on the Agenda at UN Security Council
Despite Chinese and Russian opposition, the UN Security Council will discuss North Korea's human rights record.
North Korean Human Rights Abuses on the Agenda at UN Security Council
North Korea Calls for UN Security Council Investigation of CIA Torture
December 17, 2014
North Korea Calls for UN Security Council Investigation of CIA Torture
In an attempt to deflect criticism of its own human rights record, North Korea is calling for a UNSC session on the CIA.
North Korea Calls for UN Security Council Investigation of CIA Torture
China Not Invited to Kim Jong-il's Death Anniversary Commemoration
December 09, 2014
China Not Invited to Kim Jong-il's Death Anniversary Commemoration
The North Korean government will not invite China to the commemoration of Kim Jong-il's third death anniversary.
China Not Invited to Kim Jong-il's Death Anniversary Commemoration
UN Calls for Prosecution of North Korean Leadership
November 20, 2014
UN Calls for Prosecution of North Korean Leadership
For the first time, a UN General Assembly resolution on human rights in North Korea has called for an ICC referral.
UN Calls for Prosecution of North Korean Leadership
North Korea Lashes Out as International Criminal Court Threat Looms
October 22, 2014
North Korea Lashes Out as International Criminal Court Threat Looms
A North Korean diplomat strongly rejected accusations that human rights violations are taking place in North Korea.
North Korea Lashes Out as International Criminal Court Threat Looms
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