Can the UN Secretary-General Help the 2,000 North Koreans Detained in China?
By Roberta Cohen
With every reason to believe North Koreans would face persecution and torture back home, the U.N. must take a stronger stance on China's repatriation of North Korean refugees.
China’s New Land Borders Law Is a Nightmare for North Korean Refugees
By Jason Bartlett
Although the main focus of China’s new land law relates to territorial disputes with neighboring countries like India, it also contains specific language applicable to the influx of outside populations.
Don't Forget the Treatment of North Korean Defectors
By John Hemmings and Talia Jessener
With all the outrage over Trump's refugee ban, where is the anger over Russia and China's treatment of North Koreans?