NetKAL Fellows Weigh in on Kim Jong Il’s Death

Published by University of Southern California’s Center for Asian Pacific Leadership

Overall Summary: Kim Jong Il’s 15-year reign over the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea ended last Saturday with his death, reportedly due to a heart attack. NetKAL fellows, Adrian Hong, managing director of Pegasus Strategies  and founding member of Liberty in North Korea (LiNK), and Hannah Song, Executive Director of LiNK, provide their predictions and commentary on the upcoming rule of regime successor, Kim Jong Un.

How to Free North Korea by Adrian Hong of NetKAL III

Published by LiNK in Press Release Distribution
Primary Researcher & Author: Hannah Song, Liberty in North Korea

  • Hong states now is the time for the international community to lead a diplomatic offensive seeking global isolation of Pyongyang. A deliberate, joint effort is what is needed to open North Korea, weaken the regime, and lead it to a soft landing to benefit all of its regional neighbors, while helping the North Korean people to rise up and take ownership of their nation. In his publication in Foreign Policy Magazine, Hong shares his certainty that North Korea will fall and articulates the main players and partnerships that will be central to handling the regime shift in a rational, reasonable, and stable manner.

North Korean Voices by Hannah Song of NetKAL IV

Published by LiNK in Press Release Distribution
Primary Researcher & Author: Hannah Song, Liberty in North Korea

 

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