NLR September 9, 2003

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Lee Wheeler, "NLR September 9, 2003", DPRK, September 29, 2003, https://nautilus.org/briefing-books/dprk/nlr-september-9-2003-2/

Author:  Lee Wheeler <wheeler@southwind.net>
Date:  29-Sep-2003 14:37:13

Harry Barnes,

I just returned from 10 days in DPRK and a week in ROK with Mennonite Central Committee.  I see you are heading there in late October.  Things continue to improve and open on many fronts.  It had been almost 1 year since I was last in.

While in Seoul you may want to visit also with the Korean Anabaptist Center who I worked with while there.  We visited with quite a few NGO’s and even a Mr. Kwon with the Ministry of Reunification to share my experiences and pictures.  I did not have the time to look up Tim Savage as recommended to me by our DPRK partner, Randy Ireson of AFSC.

You would be welcome to contact Tim Froese, Kyong-Jung or Jae Young at the www.koreaanabaptistcenter.org.

On Saturday I by coincidence saw the tail end of the End the Occupation of Iraq demonstration downtown Seoul.  That was just after a tour of the emperor’s palace.

Lee

 

Lee Wheeler
Agricultural Engineer
101 Willow Lane
Hesston, KS 67062
620-327-2295 office
620-327-2476 fax
316-215-1209 cell

—– Original Message —–

From: Harry G. Barnes

To: dprkcoordcom@nautilus.org

Sent: Friday, September 12, 2003 10:01 AM

Subject: Re: NLR September 9, 2003

Dear Karin,

 

    I appreciate very much your continuing to post interesting material on the list serve. I hadn’t heard of NLR before and found some articles referred to which I hadn’t come across before.

    I’m tentatively planning to go to South Korea for about a week around the end of October and hope to get to Washington before then. I’ll let you know when I can be more definite. The purpose of my trip to Seoul is  to meet with some of the South Korean NGOs who are working in/with North Korea. If you have some suggestions about whom to try to see, I’d welcome them once my plans are more clear and I’ll get back to you. I’m asking Tim (Savage) to help coordinate my meetings in Seoul.

    Is there anything you can tell me at this point that might still be relevant about the meetings that I was not able to attend July 17?

    Our daughter Adrienne died a few days later. The whole family was with her when she died- at her home as had been her wish.  Early this next month there will be a brief ceremony of the planting of a tree in her memory on the grounds of the hospital where she had woriked. 

    Harry

Harry G. Barnes Jr.
Hapenny Road
PO Box 73
Peacham, VT 05862

 

(phone) 802 592 3206
(fax)      802 592 3046
email: hgbarnes@attglobal.net

—– Original Message —–

From: Karin Lee

To: dprkcoordcom@nautilus.org

Sent: Monday, September 08, 2003 5:36 PM

Subject: FW: NLR September 9, 2003

FYI, includes excellent resources on the 6 party talks

 

Karin J. Lee

East Asia Policy Education Project

Friends Committee on National Legislation Education Fund

Mailing Address:  245 Second Street, NE

Washington, DC 20002

Phone: 202 547 6000 ext 110; Fax 202 547 6019

Email:  Karin@fcnl.org

 

—–Original Message—–
From: Nonproliferation Literature Review [mailto:nlr@firstwatchint.org]
Sent: Monday, September 08, 2003 5:27 PM
To: nlr@firstwatchint.org
Subject: NLR September 9, 2003

Dear Colleague,

Please find this week’s NLR attached for your review.  I hope you find it useful in your work.  Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or comments.

All my best,

 

Jack

 

Jack Boureston
Managing Director,
FirstWatch International
Tel/Fax: (831) 372-5319
URL: http://www.firstwatchint.org


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