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The Global Policy Institute presents: Human Rights in North Korrea

Implications, Strategies, and the Future of U.S. Policy Post-Hanoi

The Global Policy Institute presents: Human Rights in North Korrea

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Please join LMU's Global Policy Institute for a discussion about North Korean human rights and the future of U.S.Policy towards the issue in the aftermath of the Hanoi Summit.


Wednesday, April 24, 2019
4:00 PM

University Hall 4100 (Political Science Village)
Loyola Marymount University
Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

In light of February’s failed U.S.-DPRK Summit in Hanoi, Vietnam, many remain skeptical that the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula is still achievable. As a result of newfound diplomatic engagement with North Korea in the pursuit of denuclearization, North Korea’s egregious human rights record has been sidelined by the U.S. government in negotiations with the Kim regime. Some scholars have argued that the improvement of human rights within the DPRK, and the empowerment of North Korea’s jangmadang generation is the key to facilitating internal, long-term change within the country. Please join LMU’s Global Policy Institute for a discussion about North Korean human rights and the future of U.S. Policy towards the issue in the aftermath of the Hanoi Summit.

Speakers:
Olivia Enos, Policy Analyst in the Asian Studies Center at The Heritage Foundation
Sarah Kim, Engagement Coordinator for Liberty in North Korea (LiNK)
Sam Baron, Research Fellow at LMU’s Global Policy Institute

To register and learn more information about the event, visit
bellarmine.lmu.edu/gpi/events/HRNK/

Contact The Global Policy Institute with any questions:
Email: gpi@lmu.edu | Phone: 310.338.7379


Tel: 310.338.7379
gpi@lmu.edu

Sponsor(s): , Loyola Marymount University Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts, Liberty in North Korea

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