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North Korea threatens for the first time to launch a pre-emptive nuclear strike against the United States and South Korea.
On March 30th, 2013, North Korea said they were entering a "state of war" with South Korea, forcing Koreans to stay on their T's. Future Predictions Connections The world has declared North Korea's coming collapse as inevitable due to Kim Jong Un's age and lack of experience. Economists and politicians speculate that he will not be able to salvage his country from its impending doom. North Korean Government Philosophy The Korean Empire ruled the Korean Peninsula throughout the 19th century
The imperial nation of Japan annexed Korea in 1910 after the Russo-Japanese War
Soon after the second world war and Japan's defeat at the hands of the United States, Japan was stripped of the Korean Peninsula
It was then divided at the 38th parallel into two territories and given to the Allies. The North was controlled by the USSR while the South was given to the USA. Conflicts Global Relations North Korea has close relations with People's Republic of China (PRC) and Russsia.
They also have a strong ties with Socialist Southeast Asian allies in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. The North Korean government's belief system leans towards ideology.
They consider themselves a Juche(Self-Reliant) nation
North Korea is ruled by a hereditary dictatorship, also called a de facto absolute monarchy
Kim Il Sung is still the president even after death but Kim Jong Un holds supreme power over the nation as of December 2011 when his father, Kim Jung Il, passed away North Korea Failures Although North Korea boasts about its greatness, over 6 million rely on the United Nations food program
North Korea is currently in a state of war with South Korea
North Korea has lost the support of China as far as conflicts go
The North Korean economy is incredibly dependent on China as an economic ally Successes North Korea currently has a great nuclear program that provides more than 25% of the countries energy
North Korea has allied itself with China, the current economic superpower in the world
In conclusion we can not call this a thriving government because its economy relies heavily on other nations North Korean government constricts much of their citizens freedoms like in Anthem.
Their government is controlled by a single group (KWP).
In dystopian literature, the governing group or person usually try to force their citizens to be loyal
North Korea's secretive government foreshadows evil intentions
Parallel to North Korean beliefs. Oliver Montelongo