Information related to human security / human rights in North Korea
Top envoy to DPRK says his promotion to Deputy Secretary of State will bring "higher stature" to the issue
The story of how South Korea's leading dissident and a chaebol tycoon launched the historic inter-Korean project
Foreign envoys sharing imagery with "impure intentions" DPRK foreign ministry complains
"Koreans are not supposed to bear the children of foreigners, and this rule is strictly enforced"
Michael Kirby discusses what has and hasn't changed in DPRK human rights since the landmark document in 2014
"It is highly likely that this case has breached the Constitution and relevant laws to a serious extent"
Chief Engineer of the Jang Jin Gang lauded as hero for prioritizing rescue of Kim portraits as ship sank
Leader of Asian Pacific American caucus tells NK News that diplomacy with DPRK is good, but not if it’s “just for show”
More than anything else, North Korea must implement "radical solutions" to solve its long-term food insecurity problem
Mission East opened first resident office in Pyongyang earlier this year
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