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Ten Years of Human Rights Policy Under the Kim Jong-un Regime: Trends and Implications

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Author Suh, Bo-hyuk
Publish Date / Page 2021-03-18 / 10 p.
Series No. CO 21-09(E)
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As the Kim Jong-un regime enters its tenth year in power, interest in the human rights situation in North Korea has begun to heighten with a UN resolution again being proposed and the ‘value diplomacy’ of the Biden administration materializing. Changes to the Kim Jong-un regime’s policies on human rights have significant consequences for the improvement of the human rights of the people of North Korea. In addition, interactions between the international community and individual states on universal values such as human rights and peace are expected to become more lively. Though there are several theses assessing the human rights policy of North Korea, this paepr focuses on communication exchanged between North Korea and the international community through the three cycles of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) process to examine the trends regarding North Korea’s policies on human rights from the perspective of change and discuss its policy implications.