Engaging North Korea Vol. III
A toolkit for protecting humanitarian channels amid "maximum pressure"
This AFSC report documents some of the problems that U.S. NGO humanitarian work in the DPRK is facing under the Trump administration. We also highlight areas where action by U.S. policymakers to improve regulations could decrease the chances of humanitarian disaster and increase the chances of success for high-level dialogue.
Reuniting families is a critical step in diplomacy with North Korea (The Hill, July 31, 2019)
Long before the Trump-Kim summit, US-based group sowed seeds of peace in North Korea (CNBC, June 21, 2018)
U.S. should take small steps toward peace with North Korea (Seattle Times, Jan. 18, 2018)
Citizen diplomacy through agriculture from USSR to PRNC (KHOI Radio, Oct. 18 2017)
Could North Korea’s Kim visit Iowa, as Khrushchev did? (Des Moines Register, Oct. 5, 2017)
U.S. travel restrictions jeopardize rare exchanges with North Koreans (Reuters, Oct. 2, 2017)
Late summer rains, private food supplies limit impact of North Korea drought (Reuters, Sept. 18, 2017)
U.S. deadline forces American aid workers to leave North Korea (The New York Times, Aug. 31, 2017)
AFSC files concerns with State Department on North Korea travel ban (Press Release, Aug. 29, 2017)
Remains of lost U.S. soldiers in limbo amid North Korean crisis (Politico, Aug. 12, 2017)