It’s about the people.

Can you imagine abandoning your family and all you know, without the guarantee of ever seeing them again? That idea scares me immensely. As I read the New York Times article by Choe Sang-Hun North and South Koreans Meet in Emotional Family Reunions today, I felt a pain in my heart. Separated by war, political tensions, petty […]

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BEYOND NK 2014 Event Series-Discussion w/ Dr. John Park

Harvard(Undergraduate) Human Rights in North Korea presents: NORTH KOREA: PROLIFERATION, STABILITY, POWER CONSOLIDATION A discussion with Dr. John Park Adjunct Lecturer at Harvard University, Senior Asia Advisor at U.S. Institute of Peace, Associate at HKS’s Belfer Center   Thursday, February 27, 2014 7:30 PM Emerson 105 Finale desserts will be served! Support our goal to raise […]

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NK SHOOTS DOWN A NATIONAL REUNION

    On Monday, the sixth of January, South Korean President Park Geun-hye had proposed a reunion for families who have been separated from each other by the Korean War in 1950 for over 60 years. President Park Geun-hye made this proposal since the best time for reunion, Lunar New Year, is drawing near, so she wish […]

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