This book explores religious freedom and other human rights conditions in North Korea which remain among the world's most repressive, as the testimony of interviewees reveal here. There continues to be a pressing need on the international level for further, more effective action that addresses the ongoing repression of religious freedom and other human rights in North Korea and the problems of North Korean refugees in China. The international community's understandable focus on nuclear security should also not diminish diplomatic efforts to address human security in North Korea. The findings in this book are pertinent to both bilateral diplomacy and multilateral negotiations on these issues because valuable information is presented about religious freedom conditions in North Korea for the widest possible audience of policymakers, diplomats, journalists, religious leaders, and researchers on religious freedom and related human rights in North Korea. This book consists of public documents which have been located, gathered, combined, reformatted, and enhanced with a subject index, selectively edited and bound to provide easy access.