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C-SPAN coverage of the Human Rights Panel of “Confronting Security Challenges on the Korean Peninsula”–Quantico,VA –Sept. 1, 2010

http://www.c-spanarchives.org/program/id/232143 The Marine Corps University The Korea Economic Institute and The Marine Corps University Foundation Present: Confronting Security Challenges on the Korean Peninsula 2010 MARINE CORPS UNIVERSITY ONE-DAY SYMPOSIUM ALFRED M. GRAY RESEARCH CENTER MARINE CORPS UNIVERSITY QUANTICO MARINE CORPS BASE SEPTEMBER 1, 2010       8:30 a. m. – 6:30 p.m. (0830-1830) September 1st, 2010: 0800-0830: …

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Christian Science Monitor on North Korea’s release of Aijalon Gomes;Quotes by HHK’s Founder

CSM 8.24.2010:”Tim Peters, a missionary here with a long background in dealing with defectors in North Korea, says he would be “surprised” if Carter got to meet Mr. Kim.

CSM:”Mr. Peters believes “tensions are still too high” for such a meeting in view of the sinking of the South Korean navy vessel, the Cheonan, in the Yellow Sea in March with a loss of 46 sailors…….“Anyone who has been through detention in North Korea for eight months has been through hell,” says Peters. Gomes “had a deep and abiding sympathy for North Korea. I’m glad his ordeal is about over.”

“Adrift & Stateless:Korea’s Forgotten Children”–RAS Lecture 8.24.10

ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY KOREA BRANCH CPO Box 255 Seoul 100-602 Korea Phone: (02)763-9483  Fax: (02)766-3796 E-mail:raskb@kornet.net  Website: www.raskb.com RAS Lecture Meeting Mr. Tim Peters 2nd floor, Residents’ Lounge Somerset Palace, Seoul Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2010 7:30 PM Adrift and Stateless: Korea’s Forgotten Children Since the mid-1990’s, hundreds of thousands of North Koreans have fled across …

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