North%20Korea%20-%20The%20Ideology%20and%20Reality%20of%20%e2%80%9cSelf-Reliance%e2%80%9d%20%28Chuch

North%20Korea%20-%20The%20Ideology%20and%20Reality%20of%20%e2%80%9cSelf-Reliance%e2%80%9d%20%28Chuch

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HILD 12: 20 th -Century East Asia (Spring 2010) Professor Henry Lecture Outline (5-12): North Korea: The Ideology and Reality of “Self-Reliance” ( Chuch’e ) 1. The Human Costs of Rapid Economic Development: The IMF Crisis (1997) (continued from 5-10) II. Initial Triumphs: The Formation of DPRK Politics and Socio-Economics (1953- 80) A. Korean Workers Party and the Totalitarian State B. Postwar Recovery and Socialist Revolution (1953-56) C. Early Success of State Economic Planning (1953-70)
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Unformatted text preview: 1. “Mass Line” Politics D. Signs of Strain and Limits of DPRK Economy (1970’s) E. The Leader Cult of Kim Il-sŏng F. The Ideology of “Self-Reliance ” ( Chuch’e ) III. Falling Behind: The DPRK’s Crises (1980’s-Present) A. Growing Isolation at Cold War’s End (1980’s) B. New Contacts with Regional Economies (1990’s-) 1. Foreign Trade Zones C. Nuclear Confrontation and The Agreed Framework (Oct. 1994) D. The Great Famine (1996-97)...
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