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are fully stocked, but you cannot buy anything. They show there is plenty, but only on surface. Propaganda (speeches in public places). Total control of Media (no access to specific sites). Imprison people that think differently and imprison family. Jail/work camps have increased since Un. Work Camps partially want to “re-educate”. Wants total allegiance to Un. If Leader dies in North Korea, believe the World will fall apart because of God-Like power over citizens. Wants and Needs love and fear! 1/31/18 TEST 1 Today!!(30 Q’s) 1) North Korea Cont’d Why is Kim Jong Un firmly set on developing military capabilities to fight a war with the United States and its allies, including a nuclear weapon system capable of reaching Washington DC? a) North Korea has nuclear biological and chemical weapons
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b) 1 million strong army, rockets and artillery to turn Seoul into rubble in hours c) Cyber-weapons for hacking computer systems in South Korea, the U.S. and elsewhere d) The regime has long encouraged North Koreans to believe the U.S. will attack at any time, recalling the devastation of the Korean War 2) Importance of Kim Dynasty: Kim resembles his grandfather Kim II Sung, the country’s founding father and a god-like figure for many North Koreans a. Grandson adopted look and mannerisms of first great leader, and wants to reunify Korea, by force if necessary b. South Korea’s population, at 51 million, is more than twice the North’s and its per capita income is 10-20 times greater c. Two in five North Koreans have insufficient food, Kim’s regime has violated many human rights, as seen by the UN 3) Relationship between North Koreans and their Supreme Leader a. Love and fear b. Obedience c. Believe in his superior qualities d. Critical for governing 4) Content and Method of North Korea’s Indoctrination a. Content i. Supreme leader is omnipotent against all enemies ii. North Korea is in danger of disappearing. The US is the worst enemy iii. North Korea best country on Earth b. Method: i. Discipline ii. Repetition iii. Ceremonies iv. Social Control/spying v. Propaganda vi. Repression 5) US Foreign Policy Options a. Doing Nothing: Waiting for North Korea’s government’s collapse b. Strengthen economic sanctions (Debilitate Country), convince China to put pressure c. Pre-emptive military attack to take away Nuclear Capabilities d. Not Considered: Make North Koreans feel more secure i. North Korea would consider surrendering its nuclear program if it feels secure and integrated into the world. No need to prepare for war. 6) Do you agree with striking a deal with NK in which it gives up its nuclear capabilities in
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  • Spring '07
  • Wahlrab
  • People's Republic of China, Kim Il-sung, Kim Jong-il

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