Historical Dictionary of North Korea Author: Ilpyong J. Kim Publisher: Scarecrow Press Publication date: 2003 ISBN: 0-8108-4331-5 Number of pages: 282 Format / Quality: pdf Size: 619kb
Of all the countries in the world, none comes close to being as poorly known as the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), or more simply North Korea. Most of the time, it is ignored. When it is not, the response is usually annoyance, anger, or alarm, depending on the action it has taken. Yet, even then, it is clear that the outside world does not know just whom it is dealing with or exactly what is going on there. The descriptions are vague, consist more of rumor than hard fact, and sadly enough, reflect North Korean propaganda by referring only to one person as if there were no one else there. Yet, North Korea is a big country— it has a relatively large population—and while its positive contribution to the international community is hardly worth mentioning, its negative potential cannot be overlooked.
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