Information related to human security / human rights in North Korea
Defector Han Jin Myung discusses work as a DPRK diplomat - and the difficulties of life in the South
North Korea is long believed to have tested WMDs on political prisoners and the disabled
A study of popular uprisings offers some insights into how Kim Jong Un could fall
The DPRK's leaders have frequently targeted dissenters overseas
Experts suggest probable reasons to explain Kim’s murder
"One of them was my friend"
North Koreans traditionally saw their comradely neighbors as freer, richer, and more interesting
"Once they take you away to the prison camp, you are never heard from again"
Run by refugees, for refugees, Woori On wants to help N. Koreans make the most of their new lives
While short-term impact of designations small, the move sets the groundwork for further action
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