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Dillon Ryan

Mrs. Guilliams

JSA English 102

21 March 2017

Annotated Biblography

North Korea: The Humanitarian Situation and Refugees." MSF

USA, 01 May 2002. Web. 21 Mar. 2017.

Most of this article is a large testimony delivered to the House Committee on

International Relations Subcommittee on East Asia and the Pacific in Washington, D.C. by

Sophie Delaunay, Regional Coordinator for North Korea. In this article Sophie addresses

problems that MSF has encountered first-hand including the discriminatory nature of North

Koreas public food distribution system and the lack of protection for North Korean refugees.

This Article also includes many additional testimonies of North Korean refugees.

Pitri, Jean-Fabrice. "Manipulating humanitarian crisis in North Korea." ODI HPN. ODI HPN,

Apr. 2002. Web. 23 Mar. 2017.

This article touches on aspects of what makes North Korea a humanitarian crisis. The

article touches on things like governments manipulation of it's people and the UNs response to

North Koreas lack of human rights. This article has a lot of information about North Korea but

the website formatting has a lot of errors and I don't understand why, though the formatting

errors don't take away from the information given by the article.
Snyder, Scott A., Elizabeth C. Economy, Paul B. Stares, and Carla A. Robbins. "Global Conflict

Tracker." Council on Foreign Relations. Council on Foreign Relations, n.d. Web. 25 Mar. 2017.


This website has many articles on North Korea with topics about human rights in North

Korea and it's global situation and conflict. This website offers many articles both by its experts

and by outside websites as well as offering alerts on recent updates in the news. By far the most

interesting and useful thing this website provides is primary sources including documents from

the US govenment and the United Nations.

Kelly, Robert E. "2017: The Year of the North Korea Crisis?" The National Interest. The Center

for the National Interest, 6 Jan. 2017. Web. 28 Mar. 2017.

In this article the author Robert goes in depth about the foreseeable future of a North

Korean-American War. The article uses President Trumps statements while running for office

and North Koreas history to talk about a predictable future. I had doubts about the validity of

this article because the website had ads leading to very clickbait-y articles so I looked up the

author and found his website where he says he is a professor and he has wrote for many other

websites about North and South Korea, but interestingly he didn't have this article listed

anywhere on his website though he had other ones he had written for the same website.

Cohen, Roberta. "Human rights and humanitarian planning for crisis in North Korea" Brookings.

The Brookings Instituion, 28 July 2016. Web. 30 Mar. 2017.

This Article is about how human rights planning has started for possible changes in North

Korea in multiple countries. This article is written by Roberta Cohen an expert in North Korea

and politics holding many jobs in the latter.