The Diplomat: “Time to End North Korea Genocide”


The evidence is clear – mass killing is underway in North Korea, argues Robert Park. The international community can no longer stand idly by.

Has North Korea violated the international norm known as the Responsibility to Protect to the point that intervention is warranted? I would argue the answer is an unequivocal “yes.”

Certainly, North Korea is believed to have committed acts that many would consider genocide, including executions and state-sanctioned murders, the systematic use of torture, state-induced mass starvation in political prison camps (and arguably elsewhere), forcible abortions and infanticide, and the forcible transfer and enslavement of children.

Read More:

http://www.persecution.org/2012/02/04/time-to-end-north-korea-genocide/

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