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Andy Jackson on NK Human Rights

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Andy Jackson, writing in the Korea Times, has some interesting things to say about the recent flap between the State Department and NK Human Rights Envoy Jay Lefkowitz, the Six Party Talks, and what it all means for  North Korean human rights:

It increasingly looks like the Bush administration will do the same thing the Clinton administration did; reach for any agreement that they can get even if nobody expects it to be kept, declare the process (rather than the results) a success, and punt the problem to the next administration.

In the meantime, this issue of human rights for North Koreans will continue to be an afterthought.

Read the full article here.

Also, be sure and check out the commentary at the Marmot’s Hole.

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Written by nkmonitor

January 29, 2008 at 1:36 am

Posted in North-US Relations

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