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North Korea: An unfinished war

An insight from Seoul by Jean H. Lee


 

 

Why is August a particularly tense month in the Korean Peninsula? What is Kim Jong-un trying to achieve by showcasing his nuclear muscle? 

Journalist, Pulitzer nominee, and Global Fellow of the Wilson Center, Jean H. Lee, shares an insightful analysis of the North Korean crisis. 

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About Jean H. Lee

Jean H. Lee is a journalist and the first American reporter granted extensive access on the ground in North Korea. 

During Lee's tenure, AP’s coverage of Kim Jong Il’s 2011 death earned an honorable mention in the deadline reporting category of the 2012 Associated Press Media Editors awards for journalism. Lee also won an Online Journalism Award in 2013 for her role in using photography, video and social media in North Korea, and was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in feature reporting in 2013.

She also won an Online Journalism Award in 2013 for her role in using photography, video and social media in North Korea, and was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in feature reporting in 2013.

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Follow her on Twitter: @newsjean

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