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Album Title: THiNK's North Korean Human Rights in the Post Kim Jong-il Era
Date: March 29, 2012
Location: Georgetown University
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In light of the recent regime change in North Korea, THiNK (Truth and Human Rights in North Korea) hosted a speaker panel at Georgetown University to inform and to create a discussion about one of the world's most dangerous countries. This panel featured distinguished and well-esteemed scholars in the field: Greg Scarlatoiu, Victor Cha, Roberta Cohen, and Sarah Yun. Each speaker shared his/her unique perspective on the impact and significance of the regime change on the lives of everyday North Koreans.

March 29, 2012
In light of the recent regime change in North Korea, THiNK (Truth and Human Rights in North Korea) hosted a speaker panel at Georgetown University to inform and to create a discussion about one of the world's most dangerous countries. This panel featured distinguished and well-esteemed scholars in the field: Greg Scarlatoiu, Victor Cha, Roberta Cohen, and Sarah Yun. Each speaker shared his/her unique perspective on the impact and significance of the regime change on the lives of everyday North Koreans.
March 29, 2012
In light of the recent regime change in North Korea, THiNK (Truth and Human Rights in North Korea) hosted a speaker panel at Georgetown University to inform and to create a discussion about one of the world's most dangerous countries. This panel featured distinguished and well-esteemed scholars in the field: Greg Scarlatoiu, Victor Cha, Roberta Cohen, and Sarah Yun. Each speaker shared his/her unique perspective on the impact and significance of the regime change on the lives of everyday North Koreans.
March 29, 2012
In light of the recent regime change in North Korea, THiNK (Truth and Human Rights in North Korea) hosted a speaker panel at Georgetown University to inform and to create a discussion about one of the world's most dangerous countries. This panel featured distinguished and well-esteemed scholars in the field: Greg Scarlatoiu, Victor Cha, Roberta Cohen, and Sarah Yun. Each speaker shared his/her unique perspective on the impact and significance of the regime change on the lives of everyday North Koreans.
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