The United Nations and North Korea

von Stefan Friedrich, Victoria-Charlotte Browning

A Balancing Act between Sanctions and Humanitarian Assistance

A leadership that defies all pleas for reason stands opposite a population that faces dire humanitarian needs. While the Security Council is desperately attempting to uphold the Non-Proliferation Treaty and trying to circumvent a nuclear arms race in the Asia Pacific by imposing drastic sanctions, six residential UN agencies and several more non-residential UN bodies are providing humanitarian assistance to the impoverished country.



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