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    Divided Family Reunion

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    On 20 Oct 2015, the 20th divided family reunion meeting was hold in Mount Kumgang area in DROK, 389 South Korean participants fortunately had a brief meeting with their 141 relatives from North Korea after a 20 months absence. The sorrow and tears at the reunion site reminds people that the divided family issue, one of Korea's most urgent and pressing humanitarian problem caused by its historical and political division, is still remained unsolved and grim. This paper will summarize the…

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    North Koreans suffer all their lives, by the countless human rights violations brought upon them by their very own ruler of Kim Jong-un and the North Korean government. The North Korea public suffers from many violations such as starving, police brutality, forced pregnancy’s, forced abortions, torture, executions, false imprisonment, and hard labor. These are just a few of the enormous amount of human rights violations. This paper will cover the three most common and most occurring human right…

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    Kim Kong-Un Problem

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    The problem that North Korea is facing at the moment is not the fault of the people, but rather the government’s. Kim Jong-un is a communist leader who is purposefully stripping his people of their daily needs and essentials. Food, in North Korea, is a status symbol. The one who is able to receive lavish treatments and expensive food, is usually the government. However, because there is so little in North Korea, not everyone is treated equally and the only way to rise above everyone else, is to…

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    North Koreans suffer all their lives, by the countless human rights violations brought upon them by their very own ruler of Kim Jong-un and the North Korean government. The North Korea public suffers from many violations such as starving, police brutality, forced pregnancy’s, forced abortions, torture, executions, false imprisonment, and hard labor. These are just a few of the enormous amount of human rights violations. This paper will cover the three most common and most occurring human right…

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    Research Paper 1- Will North and South Korea ever Reunite When most people think about North and South Korea, they think of two nations that will never be able to reconcile and be able to reunite, two nations that have been at each other’s throats for a long time. I am one of those people. In my opinion there are many reasons why they will not be able to reunite as one nation again. The first reason why I believe that these two very different nations will not be able reunite with each other…

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    1. Tell us about yourself. I am a great team worker a hard worker who is passionate about what I do. I grew up in a family of 5, with an older sister and a younger brother; I had many opportunities to work with a team. Thus, I have known the importance of hearing other people’s opinions and sharing responsibilities since I was young. In my high school, I have been involved as a member of S.H.O.W (Students Helping Our World). In the club S.H.O.W, I was always engaged in the conversation. This…

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    Kim Jong-Un: An Analysis

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    exception, with countless numbers of cruel dictators. The government in North Korea pervades all aspects of civilian life. With most of Korean citizens starved and improvised; the bitter hatred toward the US still remains. North Korea’s current dictator, Kim Jong-un began his reign on March 2014 to current day. On September 15, 2015 he states he is ready to use nuclear weapons against the United States and other…

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    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 treatment of their own citizen’s keeps North Korea and the Kim Regime on a list of countries that pose a grave threat to the global arena. A unified peninsula has been expressed by their brothers to the south however, the Regime will only agree to such…

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    I was surprised. I couldn’t think straight. All that was going through my mind was that I must go, I have to go because there are people out there who need help. I remember hearing through the news that North Korea and South Korea were in a civil war, as they were opposed to each other’s regulations and ideas. The United Nations which included my country, Canada was stepping in to help, due to South Korea being its responsibility. Along with them came the Soviet Union and the People’s Republic…

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    Essay On Comfort Women

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    Have anyone ever imagined themselves to kidnap by someone who do not know and cannot see their family for entire life? Isn’t that horrible to think about it? However, this incident was actually happening in South Korea. This case deals with gruesome people, people who do not know anything, and people who are afraid. Comfort women, is it familiar? Although that name would not be usual, it is no exaggeration to say that the comfort women are ‘pain’ in Korea. This incident gave many people physical…

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