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North Korea 101: Politics to Human Rights

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North Korea 101: Politics to Human Rights

Monday, April 25
5 pm
Law Building Room 5240
Cost: Free
Should the two Koreas go to war tomorrow, how will it affect the world? Is re-unification still a possibility? How long will Kim Jung-Un be able to maintain the regime through the starvation and exploitation of its people?

Should the two Koreas go to war tomorrow, how will it affect the world? Is re-unification still a possibility? How long will Kim Jung-Un be able to maintain the regime through the starvation and exploitation of its people?

If any of these questions interest you, should check out this event that will not only discuss all these issues and screen "The People's Crisis", but also provide FREE Wings! 

The Panel discussion will include:

- Professor Andrew Kydd

- Professor Edward Friedman 

- Surprise speaker from the Alexander Hamilton Society

This event is hosted by Society & Politics, Liberty in North Korea, Alexander Hamilton Society, Korean American Student Association, and Asian American Student Union.

Should the two Koreas go to war tomorrow, how will it affect the world? Is re-unification still a possibility? How long will Kim Jung-Un be able to maintain the regime through the starvation and exploitation of its people?

If any of these questions interest you, should check out this event that will not only discuss all these issues and screen "The People's Crisis", but also provide FREE Wings! 

The Panel discussion will include:

- Professor Andrew Kydd

- Professor Edward Friedman 

- Surprise speaker from the Alexander Hamilton Society

This event is hosted by Society & Politics, Liberty in North Korea, Alexander Hamilton Society, Korean American Student Association, and Asian American Student Union.

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WUD Society and Politics

societyandpolitics@union.wisc.edu

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