What stage of the DTM is North Korea in?
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The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (sometimes abbreviated toDPRK) is an Asian democracy (although, in reality it is adictatorship). The name of the country in Korean is… ì¡°ì ë¯¼ì£¼ì£¼ìì¸ë¯¼ê³µíêµ Âand usually informally referred as North Korea. It is located Northof the Republic of Korea (abbreviated as ROK, informally referredto as south Korea), South of Manchuria, West of the JapaneseIslands and borders the Yellow Sea and the East Sea/Sea ofKorea/Sea of Japan.
North Korea is a sovereign country that shares the Korean peninsulawith South Korea and is located south of China and west of Japan.It is known for its Dynastic Communist Regi…me over which the KimFamily (Kim Il-Sung, Kim Jong-Il, and Kim Jong-Un) has presided.
Korean Peninsula and Manchuria ( Kando Region) were all part of Korean Territory. Before 60 years ago Korean Peninsula were one nation. After Korean War have left North /Sou…th Korea separated. At present North Korea population of 24 million is separated independent nation.
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In my opinion, I disagree. No offence to them, but their activity is very old fashioned. So that's why I think SOUTH KOREA is better i agree.you'd never find American's…,Canadian's,ect. there! There is no best Korea. You can point out negative things about North Korea, but you can also point out positive things. Same goes for South Korea. I disagree. North Korea has a very bad economy right now. And South Korea has a good economy. Also South Korea is prospering and North Korea's economy is getting really bad. So I guess South Korea is better than North Korea.
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Answer 1 The history of North Korea formally begins with the establishmentof the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) in 1948. In the aftermath of the Japanese occup…ation of Korea which endedwith Japan's defeat in World War II in 1945, Korea was divided atthe 38th parallel in accordance with a United Nations arrangement,to be administered by the Soviet Union in the north and the UnitedStates in the south. The Soviets and Americans were unable to agreeon the implementation of Joint Trusteeship over Korea. This led in1948 to the establishment of separate governments, each claiming tobe the legitimate government of all of Korea. Answer 2 in short, north Korea which is contiguous to the land of china wanta communist government while south Korean want a democraticgovernment. Answer 3 Stated simply, and in good grammar; When Japan left Korea afterWWII, the monarchy was dissolved. New governments had to be formed,and with the US occupying South Korea, and Russia occupying NorthKorea, the influence of the occupying countries rubbed off of theiroccupants. Answer 4 The short answer is because there was a shift in ideology,particularly in the northern part of Korea, after the end of WWII.The country started moving towards overt Communism, which theUnited States saw as a serious threat to US interests and security.The United Nations, with the USSR and China abstaining, voted tosend in Allied troops to stop the spread of Communism. This was theKorean War. The war effectively ended in a draw, with a peacetreaty being signed that separated Korea into North Korea(communist by name, although not following true communistprinciples any more) and South Korea (democracy).
Yes, DPR is short for Korea (Democratic People's Republic). It is used during sporting events when the two Korean nations participate in the same event.
North Korea is an Asian country located north of south Korea, east of china, west of japan, and south of russia.
North Korea attacked South Korea in the Korean war and Korea has been separated in 2 countries from then! North Korea is a Communist, and South Korea is a anti-communist like …North America.
None at the moment. All countries have moved on to stages two (early industrial) or three (mature industrial) at this point.
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For many places in the world, there are travel programs in special tourist areas in North Korea. Otherwise, if not a North Korean citizen, not much.
Yes, there is an underground railroad through which many peoplehave escaped. Most cross the northern border into China, as theborder with South Korea is much more tightly guar…ded.