DPRK Event Calendar
Congressional Briefing & Discussion with Kenneth Bae: Inside North Korea & U.S. Policy
Kenneth Bae was the longest-held U.S. citizen detained in North Korea since the Korean War (1950-1953). During his 2-year detainment from April 2013 to November 2014, many U.S. officials including Ambassador Robert King and Congressman Charles Rangel repeatedly called for his release. This is a special opportunity to hear firsthand the true story of what took place in North Korea and what efforts were made to bring Kenneth Bae back home. A Q&A Session will follow.
GULAG, INC.: The Use of Forced Labor in North Korea's Export Industries
The Committee on Human Rights in North Korea will launch a new report, authored by Kim Kwang-jin.
Contemporary North Korean Art: The Evolution of Socialist Realism
An exhibition on North Korean art curated by BG Muhn, artist and Professor at Georgetown University, will open at the American University Museum.
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