So, I would put forward
the following suggestions toward improvements of aforementioned issues. Firstly,
countries around the world need to unite under one umbrella by setting one defined
goal: to help North Korean people. Not only NGOs, but also governmental
organizations, any companies, nations must get together to find a feasible
solution for this. Secondly, when considering human security problems in North
Korea, they must look not from political view, but from humanitarian view. In
other words, it is time to stop complaining and criticising North Korean regime
because it is not words but actions that can bring about changes. If we insist
on discussing political matters, we can easily get distracted from an initial aim.
Also, today’s North Korea has got so aggressive and powerful in terms of
military forces that it is almost impossible to totally ruin an existing regime.
Thus, I strongly believe that Donald Trump must stop provoking North Korea with
Twitter comments and military power. Moreover, economic sanctions imposed by
the US and other countries are making the situation even worse, as it has detrimental
effects on citizens rather than the government. Considering that malnutrition has
been one the main health concerns in the country, sanctions limit food access
for people. Instead, as a president of the most advanced country in the world,
he should find the way to negotiate with North Korea in a peaceful manner. Once
he finds common language to establish understanding between the countries, he
can help North Korean people by sending humanitarian aid. In fact, it is not
only the US, but other countries, mainly, South Korea, China and Japan must
have an objective perspective into human security problems in North Korea. As
the world is ruled by powerful countries, they should take more responsibilities
while making decisions and implementing solutions. Thirdly, to tackle the issue
of Externally Displaced North Koreans, not only China and South Korea, but also
The US and the UN must take a lead since it has become a hot issue. Of course,
it is difficult to blame China for not accepting defectors as ‘refugees’, because
the country itself has more than a billion population. Also, we know that South
Korea has always been trying to help escapees. One of the solutions may be to make
a specific area for refugees to live, study and work. Finally, a special international
aid is required to solve the violations of women’s rights. Since North Korea is
a patriarchal country, it is unlikely that government itself will do anything in
favour of women and will be eager to accept any help from outside. So,
international community should carefully choose right policies to help. For
this, they must be able to negotiate with authorities in North Korea.