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Category Archives: North Korea

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May 1, 2012

Why we should expect North Korea’s continued provocation to escape punishment

North Korea’s failed satellite launch is only the most recent incident to join a long line of provocations gone unpunished by the United States and the wider international community. Every attempted assassination – both successful and unsuccessful – of South …

Posted in Defence, Democracy & Development, North Korea, The Scoop
April 25, 2012

Audio: ‘The World’s Most Closed Nation: Exposing Crimes against Humanity in North Korea’

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Posted in Event Audio, Human Rights, North Korea
April 23, 2012

“Those Who are Sent to the Mountains:” North Korea’s vast gulag system

It is a rare and difficult thing for new material to be found about North Korea and exposed to the outside world. Over the past several weeks, however, new light has been shed on the country’s darkest corners of all …

Posted in Democracy & Development, Human Rights, North Korea, Spotlight, The Scoop
December 11, 2006

The Bomb must not be banned

Tony Blair informed the House of Commons on 4th December that in an uncertain world with states like North Korea and Iran seeking nuclear weapons, it would be ‘unwise and dangerous’ for the United Kingdom to divest itself of its …

Posted in Iran, North Korea, Opinion Editorial, Terrorism & Security
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