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    North Korea Violations

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    The lives of North Koreans are embedded with the fascist policies of their leader Kim Jong-un. There is absolutely no freedom within North Korea and being a citizen of his regime. The lives of these people are being harmed every single day due to the policies of the regime. No internet, prison camps, public executions, and food shortages are just to name a few. The country of North Korea has been faced with scrutiny and allegations regarding the mistreatment of their own citizens. According to Kim Jong-un’s biography on biography.com , after becoming the leader in 2011 Kim took after his father Kim Jong-il. Kim was born in North Korea and the son of Ko Young-hee, an opera singer, and Kim Jong-il, who was the leader of the country for over…

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    The North Korean Population Since the 1990s, North Korea has faced several significant economic crises, as well as famine, that has significantly affected its inhabitants. Furthermore, despite the nation’s ability to maintain stability within the regime, North Korea’s economic and political climate has not improved since its initial downfall in the 1990s. This situation has caused several of its citizens to seek refuge in neighboring and other foreign states. More specifically, while many…

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    North Korea

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    Odd One Out: The Culture of North Korea SGT Banas, Thomas 13F Class #004-17 NCO Academy SFC Hunsecker The Odd One Out: The Culture of North Korea The establishment of the 38th parallel divides the Republic of Korea in two separate countries. The one to the North has been marching to the beat of their own drum ever since the birth of their Nation. Isolated from the rest of the world the North Korean culture is certainly unique. One of the many definitions of culture is "that complex…

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    Corruption In North Korea

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    North Korea is perhaps the most corrupt country in Asia. North Korea’s government picks and chooses what the people are allowed to see and hear. The objective in doing so is to control the people and keep them submissive. While this is working out for the leaders of North Korea, the people are being manipulated into thinking that their lifestyle is the only way to be living. According to an Economic Freedom Snapshot, North Korea’s economic freedom status is repressed. There are 24.7 million…

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    North Korea

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    in North Korea The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, commonly known as North Korea to the United States, has effectively existed as a hermit kingdom since the end of the Korean War in 1953. A cease-fire was signed and the DMZ of the 38th parallel became the tentative boundary dividing the North from the South. South Korea has enjoyed economic prosperity and liberal democracy in the past several decades, but the North Korean government exercises strict totalitarian rule over the nation’s…

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    The relationship between the US and North Korea has become hostile. North Korea's nuclear threats have become more serious, and the US is put in a tough situation. The United States must decide if they should act on the threats. I believe the US should go to war with North Korea for the better of the world. I think that the actions taking place in North Korea are morally wrong, and it must be stopped. Although the war may not be peaceful, it would have a positive impact on all surrounding…

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    North Korea, the country whose leader is now referred to as “Rocket Man” has held a oppressive regime for more than seventy years, and now thinks that it can threaten the UN and its members. The country is and has been threatening the United States with not only ballistic missile but now they also threaten with Hydrogen bombs (Winsor). US government officials claim that they have tried to negotiate with North Korea, but the foreign officials refuse to listen (Winsor). While President Trump’s…

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    Religious Rights Brittanie Haight Campus High School In North Korea citizens are allowed no religious freedom. Providing no religious freedoms in a country is against human rights and every citizen should have equal right to freedom of religion. In North Korea people do not have the right to express their personal faith or do simple things like teach about God or carry a bible. Juche religion is very different from most religions but relates to other to religions. Compared to most…

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    TO: United States President, Donald Trump FROM: Washington Nyathi DATE: 7 April 2017 RE: Foreign Policy Relations with North Korea Introduction The United States’ relations with North Korea have been strained due to North Korea’s nuclear programs. The problems that arise with the implementations of the North Korean nuclear programs are the potential impacts they would have on world peace and stability, with the Asian allies being the most at risk. The United States, therefore, has a role to play…

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    North Korea Case Analysis

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    Mark Bowden attempts to answer whether there is a clear way of dealing with North Korea in his article. He begins by discussing North Korea’s advances in their nuclear warfare program and how it has impacted the United States. In the past the United States has tried to control North Korea by threatening them as well as relying on China to intervene when tensions arise, and committing cyber sabotage. Due to North Korea paying little to no attention to these warnings, the United States is being…

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