In addition to Part 1 in Critical Asian Studies 45:4 (December 2013), Part 2 of Reframing North Korean Human Rights has been published. Guest edited by Christine Hong and Hazel Smith, Part 2 in Critical Asian Studies 46:1 (March 2014) contains seven more articles that critically examine the human rights advocacy framework.
Here are all the articles in Parts 1 and 2.
Volume 45, Number 4 – December 2013
- Christine Hong – Reframing North Korean Human Rights: Introduction
- Ju Hui Judy Han – Beyond Safe Haven: A Critique of Christian Custody of North Korean Migrants in China
- Christine Hong – The Mirror of North Korean Human Rights: Technologies of Liberation, Technologies of War
- Sanghyuk S. Shin and Ricky Y. Choi – Misdiagnosis and Misrepresentations: Application of the Right-to-Health Framework in North Korea
Volume 46, Number 1 – March 2014
- Suh Bo-hyuk – The Militarization of Korean Human Rights: A Peninsular Perspective
- Jong-Yun Bae and Chung-in Moon – South Korea’s Engagement Policy: Revisiting a Human Rights Policy
- Dae-Han Song and Christine Hong – Toward “The Day After”: National Endowment for Democracy and North Korean Regime Change
- Moon Kyungyon – South Korean Civil Society Organizations, Human Rights Norms, and North Korea
- Haeyoung Kim – Stifled Growth and Added Suffering: Tensions Inherent in Sanctions Policies against North Korea
- Paul Liem – Peace as a North Korean Human Right
- Hazel Smith – Crimes against Humanity? Unpacking the North Korean Human Rights Debate