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    North Korea is not a place that most people really know about; they are a very closed-off country and are very secretive. Up until recently, many people didn’t even know of what North Korea is capable of. Recently, the production of the movie “The Interview”, has sparked much conflict between the company Sony and North Korea. The country is of violence, neglect, and power-hungry dictators. No one really knows the truth about North Korea, but what they do know is that North Korea is a country…

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    East Asian countries such as Korea, Japan, and Taiwan. However, the puzzle we have to solve is whether the developmental state model delivers development without limitation, or if the model is doomed to failure once the industrial catch up has been achieved. This essay will briefly elucidate the features of the developmental state model for their success in the developing phase of an economy and compare the differences with the current model drawing close…

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    North Korea has put the world in a very precarious situation, with the risk of nuclear war breaking out being front and center. They have constantly appeared in the news for various hostile activities, but their nuclear weapons program is the most prominent. It appears that North Korea acts with hostility towards all western countries, most notably by threatening the United States with nuclear weapons. What is even more terrifying, however, is North Korea’s hostility towards its greatest ally,…

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    North Korea’s constitution highlights freedom of religion, freedom of expression and democratic voting. Unfortunately, for the country’s citizens; this is far from the truth. To understand the culture of North Korea, we have to understand the definition of culture. “Culture is the characteristics and knowledge of a particular group of people, encompassing language, religion, cuisine, social habits, music and arts” (Kim Ann Zimmermann, Live Science Contributor, 2017). The country claims to…

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    North Korea Analysis

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    David Ignatius’s article “North Korea, Our Next Big Worry” uses an argumentative and expository writing strategy to convey the importance of Americans being aware of the issues with a nuclear North Korea. This objective is strengthened by the author’s concerned and informative tone. Ignatius’s audience is broad as his article is directed towards Americans, voters in America, and people around the world. With the use of a clear and logical pattern of organization, argumentative appeals, and a…

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    Compare and Contrast North and South Korea Korea is currently the world’s only divided country despite several countries were reunified at the end of WWII. After WWII in 1945, Korea was divided into North and South at the boundary 38th Parallel. The North and South Korea are officially named the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and the Republic of Korea respectively. Tensions and conflicts between two countries keeps on growing as North Korea is continuously threatening the world by testing…

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    Harry S Truman Background

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    over Korea and that the country should be jointly occupied by the US and USSR, with the 38th parallel serving as a temporary boundary between the Soviet and American zones of…

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    North Korea North Korea, a rogue state, continues to play an important role in the US’s geopolitical realm simply due to its location and proximity to China. The Korean Peninsula provides a natural barrier between Japan and the US, and China which makes North Korea key in ensuring China remains inaccessible to the US via the peninsula. However, North Korea continues its pursuit of its nuclear program and the continued hostilities towards South Korea and Japan. This coupled with their inhumane…

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    Korean Reunification

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    is uncertain, which this acts as a challenging factor that the United States and South Korea have to solve. Although China used to have a very close relationship with the DPRK and would stand on the DPRK’s side, their relationship has been worsening and cooling throughout the years, which China will no longer assist the DPRK in the case of the reunification. In contrast, the relationship between China and South Korea has been improving and has become much better than that of China and the DPRK.…

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    Cultural Exploration of North Korea Little known about North Korea due to the strict government and life style that they live. In this paper, informative information will be revealed on some of the challenges North Koreans face and living condition that they are exposed to that differ from the American way of life. In a publication by Sonya Yang on The Democratic Republic of Korea, “The Soviets endorsed a group of former guerrilla fighters as national leaders. This included a…

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