North Korea Exposed
Uncovering one of the most ruthless human rights records of the 21st century
Life In North Korea
Personal, intellectual and religious freedoms in North Korea are almost non-existent. Controlled by a totalitarian leader and isolated from the world, the 25 million people who live in North Korea are unable to exercise basic human rights. And the atrocities that occur within the country’s prison and hard labor camps rival those of Nazi Germany, Stalin’s USSR and the era of the Khmer Rouge.
An Exposé in Three Stories
Three North Koreans describe what North Korea is really like—and how they found a way out.
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Contacts for Interviews
The following are available for interviews and quotes. For scheduling purposes, please note that these sources live in East Asia.