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    The Pusan Perimeter

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    zone falling at its pre-war position on the 38th parallel. The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea), with support from its Communist neighbors of China and the Soviet Union, invaded south past the 38th parallel in June of 1950 attacking the Republic of Korea (South Korea). North Korea’s invasion resulted in initial success until the United Nations intervened in the defense of South Korea with the introduction of military forces. With this introduction of additional military forces…

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    it was America’s greatest opponent in the arms and space race: the iconic communistic government. Nonetheless, in time, the Soviet Union crumbled but not without leaving behind a legacy. One of its main legacies was the creation of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, or North Korea. Named the Hermetic State, it stands as one of the few totalitarian countries today. However, the current regime in North Korea would not have come to life had there been no Soviet influence on that peninsula.…

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    Economic indicators The Korean government is very efficient. South Korea to play a large consortium, the resources concentrated in a few consortium who, the use of large to squeeze opponents, making Samsung, LG, modern technology and brands are among the world-class. South Korea on the panel, dram, the semiconductor industry to help them refine the investment overturned bend, China learned this (I said is learning to support dram, the semiconductor panel, not a consortium), so we are now the…

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    South Korea Suicide

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    South Korea, a country once impecunious and rampant with poverty and illiteracy has now become a bustling thriving country with great technological advances and is now 3rd in world education. Despite having a high ranked education system and reviving is economy, South Korea has one of the highest suicide rates among teens. A shocking average of 39 people per day commit suicide and is the most common cause of death among people 10 to 30 years old. The reason behind such high suicide rates among…

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    freedoms for granted, they are sparse in eastern civilizations, specifically North Korea. Limited freedom is nothing new in North Korea, but their sudden prominence has been aided by modern media. A corrupt economy and political system have existed in North Korea since 1953, when North and South Korea split into two states. These corrupt practices have resulted in backlash not only from the citizens of North Korea, but other states around the world. While the current situation…

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    North Korea can be seen as a child. They have a small nuclear stockpile, and are trying to show its power by testing missiles, then making claims of having powerful weapons, and suddenly, when North Korea doesn’t get their way, Kim Jong-un starts making threats of nuclear war. Now is the time for the United Nations to step in and do something. Korea was originally a part of the Japanese Empire. In November 1943, Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill and Chiang Kai-shek met at the Cairo…

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    The Korean War was a war between the North and South Korea, and each side had allies to help them throughout the war. The US had a force in South Korea, while China help fighting with North Korea, and the Soviet Union was also on the North Korean side when war happened. The Korean War itself was a war for many reason, while the North and the South Korea was a civil war, there was no compromise for Korea’s future. The North was led by leaders, Josef Stalin leading the Soviet Union, Mao Zedong…

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    Korean War Causes

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    theoretical reasons that led North Korea to actually attack South Korea. In order to get a thorough understanding of what led North Korea to want to attack South Korea, some background of the Korean Conflict will be first discussed. The one simple thing that is the sole cause of disputes in Korea has to do with the thirty-eighth parallel (Chang 19). The issue of the thirty-ninth parallel goes back to the conclusion of World War…

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    over 60 years later, both North and South Korea have rebuilt and become more developed. Even so, the North remains hostile to the South and has threatened nuclear attacks on more than one occasion. While it seems logical to fight fire with fire and have the South develop nuclear weapons, this is not the best solution for the long-term stability of the peninsula. Therefore South Korea should develop nuclear weapons. The main reasons are South Korea can start the South and North in to a deadly war…

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    The North Korean Economy

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    In 1910 to 1945 Korea was dominated by Japan, but later, Korea could regain their freedom with the help of America and Soviet Union on Aug. 15, 1945. At the time, America and Soviet Union were in alliance. After regained, Korean polities reformed quickly as democracy and they tried to elect a new president. However, there had one big problem that America wanted Korea to be democracy nation, but Soviet Union Wanted Korea to be communism nation because America pursued democracy, but Soviet Union…

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