Fiona Bruce MP and Benedict Rogers: What to do now about the most closed country in the world

Fiona Bruce MP, Vice Chair of the APPG NK, and Benedict Rogers of Christian Solidarity Worldwide have co-authored an article for ConservativeHome.com on the challenges and options that Britain faces in its attempts to bring reform to the DPRK.

Benedict Rogers & Fiona Bruce MP
Benedict Rogers & Fiona Bruce MP

Listing four key recommendations for government policy – namely, a referral of the DPRK to the International Criminal Court; support for a BBC World Service in the Korean-language; increased engagement with Britain’s North Korean refugee community; and greater normative pressure on the PRC to end its forcible repatriation of North Korean refugees – the authors call for a sustained momentum in the international community and “a much greater sense of urgency…at the very highest levels of government”.

Link: Fiona Bruce and Benedict Rogers: What to do now about the most closed country in the world

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