20 September 2008

Václav Havel and Kjell Magne Bondevik on Human Rights in North Korea

"For too long, too many in the international community have refused to address North Korea's flagrant human-rights abuses for fear that their criticisms would drive the government away from discussions of its nuclear program.

However, time has shown that this restraint has not yielded enhanced compromise from Kim Jong Il, but has only allowed him to ignore his people's suffering."

You can find the rest of their essay here in The International Herald Tribune ...

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Blogger nazia shah said...

human rights are working in pakistan and indian also, and i think they should give full attention to women rights specially in relationship and marriages,

28 December, 2012 01:50  

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