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38 North
38 North is a website devoted to analysis of North Korea, featuring commentary by long-time observers of the DPRK.
Agglobe Services International
Agglobe Services International is a U.S.-based humanitarian aid organization focused on improving North Korean food security through humanitarian aid and sustainable development.
All-Party Parliamentary Group on North Korea
UK Parliamentary group founded by Lord Alton and Baroness Cox, aiming to promote relations between the United Kingdom and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and their parliaments; to support human rights; and to promote democratic government.
American Friends Service Committee
The American Friends Service Committee is a Quaker organization that includes people of various faiths who are committed to social justice, peace, and humanitarian service. This link directs to their North Korea page.
Arirang Institute
The Arirang Institute believes that through direct contact, communication and dialogue of all parties involved, that we will one day see the dissolution of the DMZ and a train from Busan, to Seoul, Seoul to Pyongyang, to Russia, all the way to Europe, will exist and the Silk Road of generations past will cradle a prosperity and peace for generations to come.
Arms Control Association
The Arms Control Association is a national nonpartisan membership organization dedicated to promoting public understanding of and support for effective arms control policies. This link directs to its North Korea country page.
Arms Control Wonk
A group blog on arms control, disarmament, and nonproliferation.
Asan Institute for Policy Studies
The Asan Institute for Policy Studies is an independent, non-partisan think tank with the mandate to undertake policy-relevant research to foster domestic, regional, and international environments that are conducive to peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula and Korean Unification.
Asia Institute
The Asia Institute provides an objective space wherein a significant discussion on current trends in technology, international relations, the economy and the environment can be carried out.
Asiatic Research Institute
ARI at Korea University aims to present a new vision of East Asian studies befitting the twenty-first century by reinforcing its tradition of inter-disciplinary research and producing solid research results.
Brookings Institution
Brookings Institution is an American nonprofit, nonpartisan, public policy think tank. The link opens to Brookings' North Korea page, listing research and commentary.
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
An online magazine, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists covers global security and public policy issues, especially those related to the dangers posed by nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction. It aims to inform the public about nuclear policy debates while advocating for the international control of nuclear energy.
CanKor is a Canadian interactive resource on North Korea concerned with seeking rational North Korea policy. It currently hosts two blogs: UnCommon Sense, which examines North Korea from the perspective of nations outside the Six Party Talks framework; and The Human Factor, which examines the issue of human rights.
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
The Carnegie Endowment's website about the Korean Peninsula, where experts assess the proliferation risk North Korea's nuclear program poses. Experts also asses the policy options available as the global community gains a better understanding of the program.
Center for Free Enterprise
CFE is a public policy research institute that is devoted to the maintenance of individual liberties and promotion of free market policies.
Center for International Studies
CIS at SNU conducts research on international relations through interdisciplinary studies, contributing to the understanding of international affairs and the formulation of international policies.
Center for Strategic and International Studies
CSIS is a bipartisan think tank focused on international affairs. This link directs to the CSIS Korea Chair.
China's Official News Website of the Six Party Talks
This website contains an extensive amount of information on the Six Party Talks process, including detailed coverage of each participating country.
Choson Exchange
Choson Exchange supports long-term economic development in North Korea by partnering with young North Koreans and North Korean institutions to share business (including finance), economics and legal knowledge through innovative and high-quality programs.
Christian Friends of Korea
Christian Friends of Korea is a Christian organization providing humanitarian and development aid to North Korea.
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