Information related to human security / human rights in North Korea
Author of rights paper says human rights, weapons programs intricately linked
In this week's Ask a North Korean, we learn that workers get days off like anywhere else - just don't get caught listening to K-pop
Saddened by discrimination, defectors see limited options for changing the North substantially
More discussion of sexual abuse among North Korean women, refugees needed
How North Korea uses the practice of psychiatry to reinforce societal values
Yes, the North has passports, and has them for more than one type of visit abroad
Ask a North Korean: What do people along the border think about the Chinese – and those living in Pyongyang?
Expect better living conditions, but little change in personal liberties, inter-Korean relations
Foreigners expecting anti-government leaflets to stimulate regime change misunderstand the realities of North Korea
Far from exploited, laborers outside the North make much more than at home
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