DPRK submits to UN reviews to earn goodwill, but does little to implement human rights policies
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North Korea is long believed to have tested WMDs on political prisoners and the disabled
"Sending these workers back home is not going to improve their lives, or buy us their understanding"
Criticism is harmful to broader North Korean human rights movement
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