Information related to human security / human rights in North Korea
Lee Jae-myung doubles down on support for DPRK engagement as poll pegs him a popular choice for president
Demand for meat in the country suggests an increasingly sophisticated food economy
Defector-activist Park Sang-hak accuses Moon Jae-in of “abusing authority” and “aiding” Pyongyang
North Korea’s Ministry of Public Health consulting with international agencies, according to spokesperson
A Singapore-based humanitarian organization will have nine months to transfer the items
Research shows that sanctions are an ineffective means to an end for foreign policy
North Korea is expecting 1.7 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine, but faces ongoing delays amid a surge of cases in India
A ‘global supply shortage’ and severe COVID outbreak in India have delayed vaccine shipments to the DPRK
Park Sang-hak claimed to have launched 500,000 leaflets last week in defiance of the new anti-leaflet law
Multiagency report suggests that the COVID-19 may be worsening malnutrition of young children
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