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Kim Jong-nam's Assassination Is a Wake-Up Call to the World
March 04, 2017

Kim Jong-nam's Assassination Is a Wake-Up Call to the World

By Jose Ramos-Horta and Benedict Rogers
"The North Korean regime is not simply a pariah to be ridiculed, but a dangerous threat to the world."
North Korea: A Modern-Day Slave State
March 03, 2017

North Korea: A Modern-Day Slave State

By Lee Min-yong
Kim Jong-un's tyranny has led to untold abuses against North Koreans. It's time for the world to hold him to account.

Former North Korea Diplomat Begins New Life as Regime Critic 
December 23, 2016

Former North Korea Diplomat Begins New Life as Regime Critic 

By John Power
Thae Yong-ho, once one of North Korea's highest-ranking diplomats, pledges to devote his life to reunification.

How to Really Bring Change to North Korea, My Home Country
December 17, 2016

How to Really Bring Change to North Korea, My Home Country

By Seongmin Lee
Sanctions don't scare Kim Jong-un. The thought of his own people, educated and awakened, does.

UN Again Takes Up North Korea's Human Rights Abuses
December 14, 2016

UN Again Takes Up North Korea's Human Rights Abuses

By Cholpon Orozobekova
North Korea's human rights situation is highlighted at the UN Security Council and in a recent UN report.
North Korea's Prison Camps Continue to Cast Dark Shadow 
November 26, 2016

North Korea's Prison Camps Continue to Cast Dark Shadow 

By John Power
North Korea's notorious prison camps remain a "cornerstone" of state control, according to a new report.

More High-Level North Korean Defectors Jump Ship: Media
October 06, 2016

More High-Level North Korean Defectors Jump Ship: Media

By Mina Pollmann
Reports say diplomats and even a teenage math genius are seeking to leave North Korea.
The US State Department’s New Plan to Flood North Korea With Information
October 01, 2016

The US State Department’s New Plan to Flood North Korea With Information

By Jenna Gibson
Bringing foreign entertainment into North Korea might be the best way to foster change.

More Women Face North Korean Prison Camp: Report
September 02, 2016

More Women Face North Korean Prison Camp: Report

By John Power
North Korea expanded one of its notorious prison camps to make room for women, a US NGO reports.

North Korea's Faceless Defectors
July 27, 2016

North Korea's Faceless Defectors

By Jinny Ha-kyung Kim
Many of those who escape from North Korea hide their identities to protect family back home.

Human Rights in North Korea: The Real Key to Denuclearization
July 25, 2016

Human Rights in North Korea: The Real Key to Denuclearization

By Kim Tae-woo
"Improving the human rights situation in North Korea is the alpha and omega of resolving all issues surrounding the North."
The Human Tragedy of North Korea
February 25, 2016

The Human Tragedy of North Korea

By Hrishikesh Joshi
A focus on nukes and rockets overlooks an ongoing human tragedy.

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