North Korea Case Study Of Kim Jong-Un

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North Korea immediate sparks concerns by hearing its very name or whispers about the nation with enduring concerns. Kim Jong-un is known as the youngest son of Kim Jong-il and the grandson to many of North Korea previous oppressors or dictators. United Nations security council has try varies times to come up with peaceful resolutions to negation with North Korea, however their nuclear activities have lead them to be condemned in worldwide discussions. There has been special international committee organized by U.N. to censure their human rights violations, but to no avail with the dictators running this country as they keep pushing their own agenda for self-interest. “Dealing with Dictator Kim, the youngest, is a challenge not only to the South …show more content…
In tragic scenario that seen members of an individual culture to be slaughter, the prisoners have hardly have any paths to choose from, while their tyrant figures and wardens hold all their destinies in the form of keys. This typical life in North Korea is the social norm, however it is not highly theorized game that applies real scenarios of fight or flight mode applications and is not about creating malicious hypotheticals against individuals in North Korea, that have suffer hard life. North Korea 's entire society is in a state of panic that does not appreciate their citizens’ contributions to their culture and that is the real power of a totalitarian system, that they can manipulate the environment or create their own version of a perfect government that is not question. This knowledge of the system and how the world perceived this territory to is still not enough of an influence to break the country hold. The government structure is that at each stage there can be huge profits or rewards for finding traitors of the motherland. By having a system of collective Intel it creates loyalty where no one person would dare to challenge the higher structure of the social …show more content…
the area between north and South Korea? “It does not take much to sign a peace treaty: you need two people from two countries at war, a neutral place to gather, a firm table, a piece of paper, and a pen. But in a world entrapped in complex global politics, this simple act requires a whole lot more” (Ole Engelhardt, NK News, What would it take for the U.S. and North Korea to agree). In order to established peace between North and South Korea it must first be established internationality that major countries such as United States, want progress in the right direction. By doing so South Korea will acknowledge that North Korea does want to deescalate the chaos between their two nations. If these two countries unite as one foundation, it will bring more resources to each of their land and create a unification. It would calm down the anger North Korea government has for its citizens, by having positive influence. That a strong ally wants to have their well-being at heart and does not want personal self-interest, however in order to make moves both leaders must let their guards down. I believe that for peace to occur violence must stop in the leaders’ hearts to set an example, if North Korea can let go their nuclear missiles plans and follow U.N. guidance they can be viewed as a great nation themselves. Peace is essential to

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