“Reframing North Korean Human Rights” – a thematic issue of Critical Asian Studies (45-4:2013 and 46-1:2014) in two installments was co-edited by Christine Hong, Korea Policy Institute (KPI) board member, along with Hazel Smith, KPI Adviser.
The complete “Reframing North Korean Human Rights” collection was freely downloadable as a single PDF until the end of August 2014 for Korea Policy Institute readers from Critical Asian Studies. KPI is very grateful to the journal for making this issue available to our readers. Now, portions remain freely available.
Drawing upon the research and involvement of many members of the KPI community, this thematic issue of Critical Asian Studies was developed from a series of KPI initiatives that aimed, from the “axis of evil” era onward, to offer a critical account of the contemporary politicized landscape of North Korean human rights.
The entire issue includes:
“REFRAMING NORTH KOREAN HUMAN RIGHTS” by Christine Hong
“BEYOND SAFE HAVEN: A Critique of Christian Custody of North Korean Migrants in China”
by Ju Hui Judy Han;
“THE MIRROR OF NORTH KOREAN HUMAN RIGHTS: Technologies of Liberation, Technologies of War”
by Christine Hong;
“MISDIAGNOSIS AND MISREPRESENTATIONS: Application of the Right-to-Health Framework in North Korea”
by Sanghyuk S. Shin and Ricky Y. Choi.
Part Two of this thematic issue (46:1 2014) includes:
“THE MILITARIZATION OF KOREAN HUMAN RIGHTS A Peninsular Perspective” by Suh Bo-hyuk
“SOUTH KOREA’S ENGAGEMENT POLICY Revisiting a Human Rights Policy” by Jong-Yun Bae & Chung-in Moon
“TOWARD “THE DAY AFTER” National Endowment for Democracy and North Korean Regime Change”by Dae-Han Song & Christine Hong
“SOUTH KOREAN CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS, HUMAN RIGHTS NORMS, AND NORTH KOREA”
by Moon Kyungyon
“STIFLED GROWTH AND ADDED SUFFERING Tensions Inherent in Sanctions Policies against North Korea”
by Haeyoung Kim
“PEACE AS A NORTH KOREAN HUMAN RIGHT” by Paul Liem
“CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY? Unpacking the North Korean Human Rights Debate” by Hazel Smith