One Free Korea

October 10th, 2012
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A former attorney and U.S. Army Judge Advocate, Joshua Stanton started One Free Korea (OFK) in January 2004.

OFK, contains extensive media monitoring of articles on North Korea, as well as blogging, interviews and Google Earth images. In his own writing, Mr. Stanton tends to take an anti-engagement view with regards to resolving issues with North Korea.

Media outlets such as the Telegraph and the LA Times have cited Mr. Stanton’s work.

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