- What North Korea wants. Hayes, Peter // Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists;Dec1993, Vol. 49 Issue 10, p8
Contends that, after four visits within the past two years, what North Korea wants is survival. North Korea isolated, bankrupt, its economy incapable of overcoming its problems; Regime exercises total control over information; Ruling elite dominated by Kim Il Sung, his relatives, his son, and...
- History. // South Korea Country Review;2010, p6
The article provides an overview of the political history of South Korea and discusses the Koryo ruling class and the establishment of new land-distribution system.
- Political Conditions. // South Korea Country Review;2010, p9
The article provides an overview of the political condition of South Korea and discusses the army coup d'eta led by Major General Park Chung-hee in May 1961 and the restoration of the civilian rule in 1963.
- Political Conditions. // North Korea Country Review;2009, p10
The article provides an overview of the political conditions of North Korea.
- Government Structure. // North Korea Country Review;2009, p52
The article offers information about the government structure of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, including its executive branch, legislative branch and judicial branch.
- History. // North Korea Country Review;2010, p6
The article provides an overview of the political history of North Korea from 688 common era (C.E.) to 2002 including the invasion of Japan, the country's independence, and the establishment of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
- Government Functions. // North Korea Country Review;2010, p53
The article provides information on North Korea's government functions as of 2010 including the country's constitution, legislative authority, and legal system.
- The son also rises. Fenyvesi, C. // U.S. News & World Report;5/6/91, Vol. 110 Issue 17, p26
Considers speculation that North Korea's Kim Il Sung will retire due to a weak heart, using next April 15, his 80th birthday, for the announcement. Sources favor his son, Kim Jong Il, 49, as his successor.
- Order to an extreme: N. Korea stifles dissent from the cradle on. Tefft, Shiela // Christian Science Monitor;6/19/95, Vol. 87 Issue 142, p7
Highlights the political situation in North Korea. Changgwang Kindergarten, where 500 students get round-the-clock conditioning; Totalitarian state; Sports festival attended by the foreigners in April 1995; Visit of Amnesty International to North Korea; Improvements made for the benefit of...