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Album Title: HRNK Executive Director Greg Scarlatoiu's Presentation to Goodwin House Residents
Date: July 02, 2020
Location: Zoom
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On July 2, 2020, HRNK Executive Director Greg Scarlatoiu gave a presentation to the Goodwin House residents. The Q&A discussion was led by Al Anderson, Rob Warne, and Walter Lundy. Executive Director Scarlatoiu addressed the nature and dynamics of the Kim dynasty in North Korea. He discussed the Kim regime's fundamental strategic objectives as well as the history and prospects of US-North Korea and inter-Korean diplomacy. Scarlatoiu touched upon current inter-Korean tensions and the response of South Korea's Moon government. He also discussed the prospects for North Korea policy under a second Trump or a Biden administration.

July 02, 2020
On July 2, 2020, HRNK Executive Director Greg Scarlatoiu gave a presentation to the Goodwin House residents. The Q&A discussion was led by Al Anderson, Rob Warne, and Walter Lundy. Executive Director Scarlatoiu addressed the nature and dynamics of the Kim dynasty in North Korea. He discussed the Kim regime's fundamental strategic objectives as well as the history and prospects of US-North Korea and inter-Korean diplomacy. Scarlatoiu touched upon current inter-Korean tensions and the response of South Korea's Moon government. He also discussed the prospects for North Korea policy under a second Trump or a Biden administration.

Embargoed until 12:01 a.m. February 25, 2021. 

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North Korea's Chŭngsan No. 11 Detention Facility
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Joseph S. Bermudez, Jr., Greg Scarlatoiu, Amanda Oh, & Rosa Park
Sep 30, 2020

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Lost Generation: The Health and Human Rights of North Korean Children, 1990–2018 is a nearly thirty-year study monitoring the health and human rights conditions of North Korean children. “Health” is defined by the World Health Organization as a “state of complete physical, mental, and social well being, and not merely the absence of dis

EMBARGOED UNTIL 12:01 A.M. EST WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2019.