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  • North Korea

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    the early years of WWII and the split of North and South Korea, the Soviet Union handed off North Korea to Kim IL Sung. In 1950 Kim IL Sung fought his way through South Korea trying to unify the North and South under his control. Throughout North Koreas history, the main objective of the country and its leaders have been to hold all the power in the hand of one man and to inflict fear and lies in the people in order to do so. Since Kim IL Sung, North Korea has become one of the most dangerous, violent

  • North Korea

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    EMPLOYMENT FOR CITIZENS Article 70 of the DPRK’s Constitution states: Citizens have the right to work. All able-bodied citizens may choose occupations in accordance with their wishes and skills and are provided with stable jobs and working conditions. Citizens work according to their abilities and are paid in accordance with the quantity and quality of their work. In reality, DPRK citizens are not able to choose their occupations, but rather, they are dictated by the State. Once again, songbun

  • North Korea

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    North Korea and George Orwell’s 1984 are very similar yet distinct in ways. While 1984 people have very controlled lives and still must obey every will that Big Brother and the Party has for them, as oppose, in North Korea they are free to live on their own and do what they please as long as they remember who the ruler is and worship and praise him everyday. 1984 and North Korea mirror each other in relation to society structure they both have an absolute dictator, a lack in ability to rebel, and

  • North Korea is Not The Best Korea

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    North Korea has been very “popular” in recent years due to the death of its leader Kim Jong-Il and the threats of war and its constant bomb testing. After Kim Jong-Il’s death, his son, King Jong-Un, took control of the country. North Korea is located in the upper Asian hemisphere, to the north west of Japan, attached to North Eastern China and right above South Korea. Since then, numerous people have escaped from North Korea and have told stories of the horrific human rights abuses occurring there

  • North Korea Politics

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    the Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea is one that is based on a self-described foundation of Juche, or self-reliance. A totalitarian family dictatorship since its establishment in 1948, North Korea has a policy of Songun, or “Military First” that firmly elevates the Korean People’s Army as an organization and as a function of the state. In order to truly understand the political landscape of the Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea, or North Korea, as it is commonly referred to, one

  • North and South Korea

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    North and South Koreas Outbreak In War John F. Kennedy once noted: “Mankind must put an end to war before war puts an end to mankind.” Rising tensions between two opposing forces can lead to intense conflict. Provided that China and Japan have struggles of their own, North and South Korea have had struggles since 1950 (“Korean War”, 1) and continue to hold their conflicts, which seem to be increasing. South Korea, a democratic nation, is the exact opposite of North Korea; a hyper-nationalist nation

  • Essay On North Korea

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    Socialist Constitution of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is an 166 article document that sets the framework for the government of North Korea and its requirements and restrictions as a single-party socialist state. The document explains in excruciating detail North Korea’s “military-first” policy, its socialist idealisms, as well as eloquently describes Juche, the country’s national philosophy, which puts the people of Korea as masters of their country’s development. As per Kim Jong-un

  • Problem of North Korea

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    Wook-pyo, now 68, was among 25 crewmen aboard two fishing boats captured by North Korea in the Yellow Sea in 1972. He escaped North Korea in August 2013 and returned to South Korea September the same year” (BBC13). In the current status with North Korea some people do not know why there is conflict between North Korea and the rest of the world, or as to what they did to enrage the world. The big problem with North Korea is that, in accords with the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights

  • Education in North Korea

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    North Korea is known worldwide as a nation of secrecy. The Kim Dynasty has made an effort to dictate all thoughts that enter the mind of each North Korean citizen. The government ensures that schools strictly teach of the Dear Leader and Communism. The main goal of the country is to raise Kim-respecting workers. Students are taught basic subjects in mostly inadequate facilities. The government restricts all learning that could be from outside the country. The education of the average North Korean

  • The Tragedy of North Korea

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    to the humanity of the enemies’ civilian populations. For more often than not, those who live within these systems are chronically oppressed. The nation of North Korea is no exception, with “Bing-brother always watching.” The government in North Korea pervades all aspects of life. Hunger is a problem worldwide. However with a quarter of North Korea’s population (six million people) starving or malnourished, with nearly one million of those cases being children under the age of five years old, the