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Japan Takes Small Step Toward Diplomacy With North Korea
March 19, 2019

Japan Takes Small Step Toward Diplomacy With North Korea

By Daniel Hurst
By stepping back from an annual UN resolution on North Korean human rights, Tokyo is sending a signal to Pyongyang.

North Korea Human Rights, 4 Years After the UN Inquiry
February 06, 2018

North Korea Human Rights, 4 Years After the UN Inquiry

By Benedict Rogers
In the past decade, the people of North Korea have changed, but the nature of the regime certainly hasn’t.
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."

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.

New Group Seeks to End North Korea's Forced Labor Abroad
November 03, 2015

New Group Seeks to End North Korea's Forced Labor Abroad

By John Power
A new campaign looks to the EU to tackle North Korea’s alleged slavery.

Can the UN Make a Difference in North Korea?
June 26, 2015

Can the UN Make a Difference in North Korea?

By John Power
Can the new UN field office make a difference?
North Korea's 3-Tiered Society
May 08, 2015

North Korea's 3-Tiered Society

By 38 North / John Feffer
North Korea is plagued with economic and political inequalities. Can the international community help the marginalized?

North Korea Shines Spotlight on the Disabled
February 20, 2015

North Korea Shines Spotlight on the Disabled

By Tae-jun Kang
North Korea is attempting to refute accusations that it violates the human rights of disabled citizens.

After Ferguson, North Korea Slams ‘Serious Racial Discrimination in the US’
August 28, 2014

After Ferguson, North Korea Slams ‘Serious Racial Discrimination in the US’

By Shannon Tiezzi
North Korea uses Ferguson to argue that the U.S. has no standing to criticize Pyongyang over human rights.

China Dismisses UN Report on North Korea's Human Rights Violations
March 17, 2014

China Dismisses UN Report on North Korea's Human Rights Violations

By Shannon Tiezzi
As predicted, China has officially come out against a UN report on North Korea's human rights abuses.
The Westerners Who Love North Korea
February 25, 2014

The Westerners Who Love North Korea

By Johan Nylander
It’s not just Dennis Rodman. North Korea has supporters across the world.

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