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    Do you think the U.S. should ignore the human rights problem even all countries know North Korea has violation of human rights? According to the article called “New Steps for Human Rights In North Korea”, “After the release of the report of the United Nations commission of inquiry on human rights in North Korea (COI) in February 2014, the world can no longer deny the severity of Pyongyang's human rights crisis”(Enos). This quote shows that the U.S. already know North Korean people do not have…

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    NorthStar Human Rights Policy Respect for human rights is fundamental to the sustainability of NorthStar. We are committed to ensuring that everyone at NorthStar - and everyone with whom we come into contact with - is treated with dignity and respect. Our Human Rights principles: • We conduct our business in a manner that respects the rights and dignity of all people, complying with all legal requirements. • We prohibit the use of all forms of forced labor, including prison labor, indentured…

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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. The country claims to run under the “Juche” ideology, or rejecting dependence on others using one’s own mind, and believing in one’s own strength. Due to this ideology, roughly 12 million people live in extreme poverty and do not have access to basic human needs. This paper will discuss North Korea’s culture, terrain,…

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    submerge her newborn child in a pool of water until the bubbles ceased to rise and the cries died out (Park 1). The belligerent prison guards corral the defenseless people into overfilled cells and rule over them to ensure that the tyrant power of Kim Jong-un’s North Korea never leaves their minds. Just like in the novel 1984, prisoners are beaten and starved and…

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    Violence In North Korea

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    These sanctions however hurt the average North Korean much more than the dictatorship, and have thus far been ineffective in obtaining more compliance in international human rights law. The international community has demanded action by current leader Kim Jong-un in response to these allegations which include burning bodies of deceased prisoners, hard labor camps, torture, and starvation. The United Nations has also warned the leaders of North Korea that they could be held accountable for his…

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    Definitely not America's Bitch Although actions speak louder than words, North Korean people continue to remain silent for their sanity. Taught to bow down and give all to the mighty Kim Jong Un, leaving none for themselves. The sovereign immunity of North Korea protects only the main man in charge but provides absolutely no effect to the biggest problem occurring, the tribulation of the people enduring it. Through the eyes of Shin Dong-hyuk, who experienced the trouble first hand, Blaine…

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    Kim Jong Un Pros And Cons

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    requires us to take actions that generate controversy.” (Dick Cheney) Ever Since Kim Jong Il’s death in 2011 his son, Kim Jong Un, has taken over power in North Korea. The United States has demanded them to get rid of their Nuclear program and also demanded the respect and safety that United States and other countries deserve. Kim Jong Un has not listened and has continued to strengthen and develop their program. Kim Jong Un became marshal when his father died. Marshal is the highest ranking…

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    The future is conquered by mysterious unknowns. In a world that lives in the present, the future's outcome holds the scariest time for change that will shape society either for better or for worse. George Orwell's novel, 1984, portrays a dystopian society managed by a totalitarian government that forces their ideologies on their people in a (mainly) psychological demeanor. Essentially, it is a novel that hints at a pessimistic future that will unravel, given contemporary of society's reliance…

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    Position on the Syrian Refugee Crisis The United Nations (UN), created in 1945 from the aftermath of World War II, currently has 193 Member States. The UN focuses on peace and human rights, doing its best to clean up the broken pieces of war stricken countries. The most current global human rights issue is the Syrian Refugee Crisis; in March of 2011 anti-government demonstrators began a peaceful protest, which quickly escalated to a civil war, continuing today. According to a recent article,…

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    Greed In North Korea

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    half at the 38th Parallel. Russia would take the northern half and the United States would take the southern half. “In 1948, when the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea was established, Kim Il-Sung became the first premier of the North Korean communist regime.” (Encyclopidia Britanica , 2014). At first Kim Il-Sung would follow his Russian supports in a communist regime, soon though his leadership would change from being Pro-Russian to Pro-Chinese to finally self reliant. Joche or self…

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