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デイリーNKなどの反共団体がCIAフロント組織より提供された2009年度と2014年度の資金額比較

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  デイリーNKなどの反共団体が、米国CIAフロント組織の「米国民主主義基金(NED)」(*1)より提供された2009年度と2014年度の資金額を比較のため表にまとめました。

 「米国民主主義基金」の朝鮮半島地域機関への2014年度の提供額合計(206万ドル)は、2009年度の合計(135万ドル)より52.81%増加しています。朝鮮に対する敵対世論を韓国と日本で作り出せればいいとのオバマ政権の安易な東アジア戦略の表れのようです。中国の一部研究者が、『オバマ政権の対朝鮮政策を「戦略的忍耐と言うよりは無戦略のほったらかしと言うべきだ」と決めつけている』(*2)のも納得できます。

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2009年度「米国民主主義基金」の朝鮮半島地域機関への資金提供額(*3)
No 団体 金額
1 NK Communications $175,000
2 Citizens’ Alliance for North Korean Human Rights $150,000
3 Free North Korea Radio Station $150,000
4 Open North Korea $150,000
5 Radio Free Chosun $150,000
6 The Daily NK $130,000
7 Network for North Korean Human Rights and Democracy $110,000
8 Database Center for North Korean Human Rights $80,000
9 Imjingang Publishing Company $75,000
10 North Korea Intellectual Solidarity $70,000
11 InterMedia Survey Institute $50,000
12 Baekdu-Halla Association $30,000
13 Young Defectors’ Alliance for North Korean Human Rights $30,000
合計 $1,350,000

  

2014年度「米国民主主義基金」の朝鮮半島地域機関への資金提供額(*4)
No 団体 金額
1 The Daily NK $360,000
2 Radio Free Chosun $310,000
3 North Korea Development Institute $210,000
4 Citizens’ Alliance for North Korean Human Rights $205,000
5 Center for International Private Enterprise $113,913
6 NK Watch $100,000
7 Democracy and Market Economy Training $100,000
8 Basic Democracy Education and Journalism Training for North Korean Citizens $95,000
9 North Korean Writers in Exile PEN Center $80,000
10 Democracy and Media Training for North Koreans $80,000
11 NK Youth Club $72,000
12 Korea Human Rights Foundation $70,000
13 Increasing Communication between North and South Koreans $62,000
14 Center for Korean Women and Politics $60,000
15 North Korea Strategy Center $50,000
16 Young Defectors’ Alliance for North Korean Human Rights $45,000
17 NAUH (Now, Action and Unity for Human Rights) $30,000
18 Network for North Korean Democracy and Human Rights $20,000
合計 $2,062,913

 

韓国の「デイリーNK」社内風景は下記の通りです。2014年度の1年間で提供された360万ドル(日本円で約4,300万円)の巨額さを感じさせます。写真の上部に、日本支局長の高英起氏らしい人物が見えます。

 

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デイリーNK社内風景(*5)

 

*1「米国民主主義基金(NED)」については、仏紙「ル・モンド」の「米国民主基金という名の工作機関(ル・モンド)」に記された下記記述が参考になります。

”イラン、チリ、ニカラグア等々、米中央情報局(CIA)が繰り広げた「汚い戦争」が、1950年代から何度もスクープされた。これらの事件は米国内でさえ、時にスキャンダルを巻き起こした。米国政府はその後、レーガン大統領によって米国民主基金の創設を見ることになる。この新機関はCIAより目立たないし、何よりも問題沙汰になりにくい。だが、その目的は変わらない。反政府派への資金援助を通じて、非親米的な政府に揺さぶりをかけるということだ。"

*2: 朝鮮情勢(中国側見方)|コラム|21世紀の日本と国際社会 浅井基文のページ

 『宋永吉署名文章が、オバマ政権の対朝鮮政策を「戦略的忍耐と言うよりは無戦略のほったらかしと言うべきだ」と決めつけている点は、私の見方と完全に一致しています。オバマ政権の対外政策の無為無策については、中国側で厳しく論評するものが目立って増えていますが、対朝鮮政策も例外ではないようです。』

 

*3:「人権」という名の帝国主義的干渉。CIAが絡んだ資金援助が反北宣伝に|朝鮮問題深掘りすると?より

Baekdu-Halla Association 

$30,000
To build the capacity of young North Korean defectors in South Korea and to encourage them to become more engaged on issues related to North Korean human rights and democracy. Baekdu-Halla will organize an online democracy education program and offline seminars, and provide young defectors with opportunities to interact and build networks.

 

Citizens’ Alliance for North Korean Human Rights
$150,000
To bring international attention to the human rights situation in North Korea. The Citizens’ Alliance will promote awareness among South Koreans about North Korea and test methods of assisting North Koreans living in South Korea to adjust to citizenship in a democratic society.

 

The Daily NK
$130,000
To disseminate accurate and timely information about North Korea. The Daily NK will produce an online newspaper serving audiences in South Korea and in the international community. The newspaper will include news and information about North Korean human rights issues as well as developments in North Korean politics and economics.

 

Database Center for North Korean Human Rights
$80,000
To make publicly available well-organized documentation on human rights conditions in North Korea. The database will organize information from interviews as well as published and unpublished written testimonies. The Center will also publish an annual white paper and special thematic reports in Korean and English, and will carry out individualized data searches upon request for researchers, governments, UN bodies and human-rights advocates.

 

Free North Korea Radio Station
$150,000
To support the free flow of information in North Korea. Free NK will produce and broadcast a daily radio program to increase the news, information, and independent commentary available to North Korean audiences.

 

Imjingang Publishing Company
$75,000
To provide a platform for North Korean citizens to share information and opinions about North Korean culture, economics, politics, and other developments. Imjingang will produce a Korean-language quarterly magazine using materials gathered by reporters and distribute copies throughout the Korean peninsula and to Korean-speaking experts in the international community.

 

InterMedia Survey Institute
$50,000
To promote the free flow of information. InterMedia will conduct survey research documenting various dimensions of the listenership response of international broadcasting in North Korea, and provide non-governmental broadcasters with independent, reliable data about audience behaviors and preferences as an aid to making future programming and formatting decisions.

 

Network for North Korean Human Rights and Democracy
$75,000
To develop democracy education materials suitable for people raised in repressive environments; and to raise awareness of democratic ideas and values. NKnet will work closely with North Korean citizens and experts to develop and test a multimedia curriculum that is user-friendly for those born and raised in North Korea.

 

Network for North Korean Human Rights and Democracy
$35,000
To provide a forum in Seoul for discussion of the future of North Korea. NKnet will hold strategy sessions to explore effective means of promoting economic and political liberalization in North Korea.

 

NK Communications
$175,000
To support the free flow of information into North Korea. NK Communications will produce the North Korea Reform Radio program, providing daily broadcasting of news, information, and commentary designed to encourage the development of independent public opinion inside the country.

 

North Korea Intellectual Solidarity
$70,000
To facilitate the free flow of information. NKIS will produce a digital magazine containing accurate and balanced news and information and diverse views about major issues in South and North Korea and around the world. This project will be a pilot test to assess the potential impact of this approach.

 

Open North Korea
$150,000
To support the free flow of information in North Korea. Open North Korea will maintain a radio platform that enables organizations and groups in South Korea and elsewhere to broadcast information and feature programs to North Korean audiences.

 

Radio Free Chosun
$150,000
To support the free flow of information in North Korea. Radio Free Chosun will broadcast its daily program, providing news and features on the Korean peninsula, to the North Korean public via shortwave radio and will maintain a web-based archive of programming for other interested listeners.

 

Young Defectors’ Alliance for North Korean Human Rights
$30,000
To build the capacity of North Korean defector students in South Korea and to encourage them to become more engaged on issues related to North Korean human rights and democracy. YDA will organize its leadership education program to help equip defector students to serve as bridges between South and North Korea and to take an active part in civic life in a future democratic North Korea.

 

 

*4:  2014 National Endowment for Democracy Annual Report より 

Creating Independent Space through Private Markets
To educate participants in the North Korean informal markets about entrepreneurship, free markets and the linkages between economic and social liberalization. CIPE will expand and refine its digital economic library of educational and analytical materials tailored to the particular needs of the intended audiences.

Center for Korean Women and Politics
Democratic Ideas and Values
$60,000
Democracy and Leadership Program for North Korean Women
To instill democratic values and cultivate political leadership among North Korean defector women and to encourage partnership and cooperation between South and North Korean women in promoting democratic change for North Korea. The Center for Korean Women and Politics will implement a democracy and leadership program for North Korean defector women, which will also serve as a platform through which North and South Korean women can address any existent biases and misperceptions and begin to build trust among participants.

Citizens’ Alliance for North Korean Human Rights
Human Rights
$170,000
Advancing Human Rights in North Korea and Democracy Education for North Korean Defector Youth
To bring international attention to the human rights situation in North Korea and to promote awareness among South Koreans about North Korea. Citizens’ Alliance will advocate for human rights in North Korea at the UN in Geneva, organize an international conference on North Korea in Asia, and provide democratic civic education to North Korean defector youth.

Citizens’ Alliance for North Korean Human Rights
Human Rights
Supplement: $35,000
Advancing Human Rights in North Korea and Democracy Education for North Korean Defector Youth
To bring international attention to the human rights situation in North Korea and to promote awareness among South Koreans about North Korea. Citizens’ Alliance will advocate for human rights in North Korea at the UN in Geneva, organize an international conference on North Korea in Asia, and provide democratic civic education to North Korean defector youth.

Korea Human Rights Foundation
Human Rights
$70,000
Enhancing North Korean Human Rights
To build trust and engage in constructive dialogue on North Korean human rights. The Korea Human Rights Foundation will carry out a roundtable dialogue project bringing together key actors from various North Korea-related fields in South Korea to encourage inter-sectoral dialogue on enhancing North Korean human rights. It will also explore the role of international human rights organizations and regional networks such as the Asia Democracy Network in enhancing North Korean human rights.

NAUH (Now, Action and Unity for Human Rights)
Civic Education
$30,000
Engaging Youth and Defectors in North Korea Human Rights
To strengthen the leadership capacity of North Korean defector students in South Korea and encourage their engagement in North Korean human rights and democracy issues. Now, Action and Unity for Human Rights (NAUH) will carry out a series of educational and networking activities for South Korean and North Korean defector students, a leadership training program, and a public awareness campaign on North Korean human rights.

 

Democracy Education for North Koreans
To raise awareness of democratic ideas and values among North Korean citizens. The organization will provide a structured democracy and market economy education program for North Korean citizens in the region, utilizing democracy education materials that are user-friendly and relevant to those born and raised in North Korea.

NK Watch
Human Rights
$100,000
Human Rights Documentation and International Advocacy
To document human rights violations and increase international attention and pressure to address the dire human rights situation in North Korea. NK Watch will interview defectors who have experienced or are familiar with human rights violations in North Korean detention facilities, document their findings, file petitions to the UN on behalf of victims or their families, and share the information with the international community to strengthen North Korean human rights advocacy efforts.

North Korea Development Institute
Freedom of Information
Supplement: $90,000
Encouraging Democratic Reform in North Korea via Radio Broadcast
To support the free flow of information into North Korea. NKRI will produce the North Korea Reform Radio program, which provides daily broadcasts of news, information, and commentary designed to encourage reform and the development of independent public opinion inside the country.

North Korea Development Institute
Freedom of Information
$120,000
Encouraging Democratic Reform in North Korea via Radio
To support the free flow of information into North Korea. NKRI will produce the North Korea Reform Radio program, which provides daily broadcasts of news, information, and commentary designed to encourage reform and the development of independent public opinion inside the country.

North Korea Strategy Center
Freedom of Information
$50,000
Understanding Multimedia and IT Infrastructure in North Korea
To gain a better understanding of multimedia and information technology infrastructure in North Korea to improve the free flow of information inside North Korea. The North Korea Strategy Center will research and produce a report on the multimedia and IT infrastructure in North Korea and work with media organizations and technology experts to improve efforts to disseminate independent news and information in North Korea.

North Korean Writers in Exile PEN Center
Human Rights
$80,000
Radio Drama Production for North Koreans
To provide independent information and raise awareness of freedom, human rights, and democracy in North Korea through radio drama production. The North Korean Writers in Exile PEN Center will produce a weekly radio drama called “Chonbok and Mankil,” which will illustrate the lives of ordinary people in a free world as well introduce key concepts of human rights and democracy to North Korean listeners in an easy-to-understand and humorous manner.

Radio Free Chosun
Freedom of Information
Supplement: $130,000
Daily Radio Broadcast to North Korea
To support the free flow of information in North Korea. Radio Free Chosun will broadcast its daily program, which provides news and features and in-depth analyses on current affairs and issues in the Korean peninsula, to the North Korean public.

Radio Free Chosun
Freedom of Information
$180,000
Daily Radio Broadcast to North Korea
To support the free flow of information in North Korea. Radio Free Chosun will broadcast its daily program, which provides news and features and in-depth analyses on current affairs and issues in the Korean peninsula, to the North Korean public.

The Daily NK
Freedom of Information
$185,000
Daily Internet Newspaper Focusing on North Korea
To disseminate accurate and timely information about North Korea. The Daily NK will produce an online newspaper serving audiences in South Korea and in the international community and provide training to empower North Koreans working as citizen journalists and its correspondents in the Asia region. The newspaper will cover news and information about North Korean politics, economics, and society.

The Daily NK
Freedom of Information
Supplement: $175,000
Daily Internet Newspaper Focusing on North Korea
To disseminate accurate and timely information about North Korea. The Daily NK will produce an online newspaper serving audiences in South Korea and in the international community and provide training to empower North Koreans working as citizen journalists and its correspondents in the Asia region. The newspaper will cover news and information about North Korean politics, economics, and society.

Young Defectors’ Alliance for North Korean Human Rights
Human Rights
$45,000
Leadership Education for Defector Students
To build the capacity of North Korean defector students in South Korea and to encourage them to become more engaged on issues related to North Korean human rights and democracy. Young Defectors Alliance for North Korean Human Rights will organize a variety of leadership programs, including a democracy education program, an online magazine and video project, public seminars, and a debate competition, to help equip defector students to serve as bridges between South and North Korea and to prepare them to take an active part in the civic life of a future democratic North Korea.

Democratic Ideas and Values
$100,000
Democracy and Market Economy Training
To provide democracy and free market economy education and training to North Koreans who are active or potential participants in the jangmadang private markets. The project will provide multimedia education on basic concepts of democracy and critical thinking as well as hands-on free market economy experience to North Koreans who work in the private markets and who are well-placed to convey new ideas to a wider population in North Korea.

Freedom of Information
$62,000
Increasing Communication between North and South Koreans
To increase opportunities for North Korean defectors to share accurate information about North Korea, and their experiences living in democratic South Korea, with the citizens of North and South Korea. The project will include posting defector-written blog pieces and hosting online forum discussions with North and South Koreans on a variety of democracy-related issues.

Human Rights
$95,000
Basic Democracy Education and Journalism Training for North Korean Citizens
To provide a platform for North Korean citizens to share analytical information and opinions about North Korean culture, society, economics, politics, and other developments. The project will recruit North Korean citizens visiting in the Asia region, provide intensive training on fundamental concepts of democracy as well as basic writing and analytical skills, and produce a Korean-language quarterly magazine using information collected by the participants, to be distributed in the Asia region and South Korea.

$40,000
NK Youth Club
To develop democracy and leadership educational material suitable for North Korean youth. This project will develop self-study material for young North Koreans who are interested in learning about democratic ideals and values. Topics will include free-market economic principles and regulatory frameworks, the rule of law and access to justice, and the challenges of transition.

Supplement: $32,000
NK Youth Club
To develop democracy and leadership educational material suitable for North Korean youth. This project will research, test, publish and distribute self-study material for young North Koreans who are interested in learning about democratic ideals and values. Topics will include free-market economic principles and regulatory frameworks, the rule of law and access to justice, and the challenges of transition.

$80,000
Democracy and Media Training for North Koreans
To raise awareness of democratic ideas and values among North Korean citizens. The project will provide a structured democracy and media education program for North Korean citizens in the region, utilizing multimedia educational materials developed for those born and raised in North Korea.

Grant descriptions are from the 2014 NED Annual Report.

 

*5: Project Daily NK: Amplify the North Korea Info Flow | Indiegogo