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    The black sheep in a global network. By the hand of Kim Il-sung and his sons, North Korea has become an nation that struggles with a myriad of issues including the blatant abuse of human rights. However, nations never find themselves in the midst of these problems just out of chance. North Koreas political background has created an environment in which civilians have no idea that the nation they live in is a world apart from anywhere else. Kim Il Sung's intentions and ideals serve as the foundation

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    Republic of Korea electing Kim Il- Sung as the Prime Minster. This started the dictatorship in North Korea that still reigns on today. Kim Il-Sung was born in 1912. Earlier in his life he was named Kim Söng-Ju, but he changed it in the 1930’s when he became a Korean Freedom Fighter and changed his name to Il-Sung. (Biography.) Eventually Il-Sung went to the Soviet Union, there he joined the Communist Party. (Biography.) Later on he went to have a family and had a son Kim Jong- Il, who became dictator after

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    North Korea Politics

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    the rise of Kim Il Sung from military leader to Soviet-designated premier shaped the political system of modern day North Korea. Towards the end of World War II, the Soviet Union declared war on Japan and the United States dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki and Soviet forces marched on Pyongyang with very little contact in the late summer of 1945. Stalin appointed Kim Il Sung as chairman of the North Korean branch of the Korean Communist Party. In order to cement his power, Kim established

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    of their respective influences in Korea, the U.S. and USSR installed leaders sympathetic to their individual political agendas. The United States gave dominion over the southern half of the peninsula to Syngman Rhee, while the Soviet Union gave Kim Il-sung power over the north both side. Three year later both powers structured a valid government and representatives of the Korean public. .“As 1992 began, the end ofthe Cold War seemed to have brought several breakthroughs in Korea policy: both Koreas

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    Chronologically the North Korean Nuclear Program stems from the early 1950s; however, the program has its deeper origin back in 1989 during the conclusion of the Cold-War era. The year 1989 marked the deterioration of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) as the primary financial supporter of North Korea. The North Korean nuclear program can be simplified into approximately four different phases over time; moreover, the chronologies of these four main phases predominantly address the unresolved

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    Our Nation’s Path, by Park Chung Hee, and Let Us Embody the Revolutionary Spirit, by Kim Il Sung, describe plans to achieve economic development during the 1960s and 1970s. In order to achieve rapid industrialization, each leader described their own reasoning for motivating their population. The people are the building blocks of an economy, so the minds of the people must be altered to alter the economy. One rhetorical strategy that both speeches employ is appealing to the emotions of the population

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    North Korea: Culture and Considerations

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    North Korea: Culture and Considerations The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, more commonly known as North Korea, is the nation occupying the northern half of the Korean peninsula. North Korea is a young state, and little is known about the nation in the United States, or in the world. So little in fact, that most Western Media depicts North Korea with negative connotations. North Korea has a closed-country policy, which hides its culture, history, and the daily lives of civilians in the

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    Essay On North Korea

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    started the Korean War for the Korean peninsula (Kreger, 2005). On August 13, 1948, the leader of South Korea, Syngman Rhee established the Republic of Korea and on September 9, 1948, the leader of North Korea, Il sung Kim established the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. Il sung Kim wanted to unify the whole Korean peninsula. Therefore, he asked the Soviet Union for an armed invasion into South Korea. However, the leader of the Soviet Union who was Joseph Stalin did not want to invade South

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    The Korean War And Its Origins

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    the south. “By the end of the decade, two new states had formed on the peninsula. In the south, the anti- communist dictator Syngman Rhee (1875-1965) enjoyed the reluctant support of the American government; in the north, the communist dictator Kim Il Sung (1912-1994) enjoyed the slightly more enthusiastic support of the soviets.” (http://www.history.com/topics/korean-war) Many top decision makers in the US believed that the USSR was trying to spread communism throughout the world. In April 1950

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    1948, while Kim Il Sung, having fought for the Russian red army during the war became leader of the Peoples Democratic Republic (Communist) in North Korea. I intent to outline the causes and contributing factors that eventually led to the Korean War. An underlying factor in this conflict is the two very contrasting political systems in North Korea, The communist North led by Kim Il sung had links with fellow Communist nations such as China and the USSR, In April 1950, Kim Il Sung actually

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