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South Korea: North Korea

Orackay looks at North Korean apologist voices in the South Korean media in “just say no to workers’ rights.”

“Even if one assumes that publicly taking issue with the gulags can only be motivated by selfish political motive (and that certainly seems to be the motive with some people),” writes the blogger, “shouldn't South Koreans be especially conscientious about not exploiting workers in Gaeseong? It's not like you trust the big-name South Korean companies doing business there to care about workers’ rights. The North isn't going to care, and while the South's government might, it is not going to hold South Korean companies accountable.”

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