A [REDACTED] Dictatorship

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Professor Amy Otis-De Grau

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North Korea has had a history of dividing and obscuring itself from the rest of the world, while advocating the creation of weapons and military advancements. The rest of the world has kept an eye trained on the activities of North Korea, measuring their accomplishments and abilities, and at times making them unsure about North Korea’s actions. Over time, as technology has improved, North Korea has begun to control its citizens’ access to media and implementing punishment measures. The control of all media within their country, and the tight hold on media that enters and exits North Korea, has affected other countries and their perception of North Korea. In turn, nations have tried to comprehend their actions and find ways to help the North Korean people while still benefiting themselves.

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