My friend, Rob Chidley [http://robchidley.com/], has a new book out today entitled Building Bridges: Is There Hope For North Korea? Co-written with Lord Alton of Liverpool [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Alton,_Baron_Alton_of_Liverpool] and with a foreword by Baroness Cox [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caroline_Cox,_Baroness_Cox], it discusses how one might hope to resolve the issues of human rights, totalitarianism and general unhumanitarianism within North Korea through ‘patient but firm engagement’. Heavy stuff, but, knowing Rob, passionately written.
The book is Building Bridges: Is there Hope for North Korea [http://www.lionhudson.com/display.asp?K=9780745955988&nat=false&sf1=keyword&st1=David+Alton&m=1&dc=1] by David Alton and Rob Chidley, and is published by Lion [http://www.lionhudson.com/page/index].
Buy it here:
- Amazon [http://www.amazon.co.uk/Building-Bridges-Towards-Peaceful-Future/dp/0745955983/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1369044555&sr=1-1] * Waterstones [http://www.waterstones.com/waterstonesweb/products/david+alton/rob+chidley/building+bridges/9423599/] * The Independent [http://theindependent.tbpcontrol.co.uk/TBP.Direct/PurchaseProduct/OrderProduct/CustomerSelectProduct/FullProductDetail.aspx?d=theindependent&s=C&r=10000060&ui=0&bc=0&productId=24056396&backURL=%2ftbp.direct%2fpurchaseproduct%2forderproduct%2fcustomerselectproduct%2fsearchproducts.aspx%3fd%3dtheindependent%26s%3dC%26r%3d10000060%26ui%3d0%26bc%3d0%26keywordSearch%3dBuilding%2520Bridges%2520North%2520Korea%26productGroupId%3d] * Foyles [http://www.foyles.co.uk/witem/history-politics/building-bridges-is-there-hope-for,david-alton-rob-chidley-9780745955988]