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  • 1. k.park.pdfNorth Korea South KoreaEdit: P. Anna Paddon October 31, 2012. Elect as Cowichan Crofton MLA, May 14 2013, BC Provincial Elections, Canada.Email: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • 2. North Korea k.park.pdf Kim Yong Nam, president of the Presidium of the DPRK Supreme Peoples Assembly Cha Kwang Su was a staunch defender of Hanbyol, the President, ... cherished belief that a rosy future is in store for the Korean revolution and a revolutionary can lead acalendar>> worthwhile life only when he or she holds theOctober 30. 2012 Juch 101 President in high esteem as the center of unityKim Yong Nam Receives Credentials from New Finnish and follows him to the end...AmbassadorPyongyang, October 30 (KCNA) -- Kim Yong Nam, president of the Kim Ki Nam, member of the Political Bureau andPresidium of the DPRK Supreme Peoples Assembly, received secretary of the Central Committee of the WPKcredentials from Matti Heikki Heimonen, new Finnish ambassadorto memorial speechthe DPRK, at the Mansudae Assembly Hall on Tuesday. After receiving the credentials, he had a talkwith the ambassador. Calender October 30 2012 Juch 101. A national memorial service for revolutionary martyr Cha Kwang Su was held here Tuesday, the 80th anniversary of his death. He was a core member of the first Juche-oriented revolutionary organization, Down-with Imperialism Union and the Society for Rallying Comrades, the first party organization which gave origin to the Workers Party of Korea. .Edit: P. Anna Paddon October 31, 2012. elect as Cowichan Crofton MLA, May 14 2013, BC Provincial Elections, Canada.
  • 3. North Korea and South Korea: Edit: P. Anna Paddon Sources: Andras Konya Adam Schlegel Amanda Baldwin, North Korea and South Korea: Different Perspectives on Globalization and Its Effects. Japan Current http://wfi.worldforestry.org/media/presentations/korea_k.park.pd Wkikipedia: Korea; Kim Il Sung 15 April 1912 - 8 July 1994; Etcetera, Politics in North Korea. 주체 k.park.pdf The Korean peninsula is divided just slightly north of the 38th parallel. It is said to be a “Demilitarized Zone,” called The DMZ. This separated the country into two political The areas. Each gained international acceptance trading in countries such as Canada, the United States, Russia, and DMZ. China, and in International Organizations, (IOs) such as the United Nations, (UN). Each sought independence as countries, and a form of union. North Korea and South Korea are compared by Konya, Schlegal, and Baldwin, as accepted countires with borders, stability, and political order with the required transportation, economic stability, and political freedom.Etcetera. The template lists the irrelevant rubber-stamp "parliament," the Supreme Peoples Assembly, the probably nonexistent Political parties in North Korea(besides the WPK), and the staged Elections in North Korea. Is Kim Il-sung less relevant than these?http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template_talk:Politics_of_North_Korea
  • 4. North Korea and South Korea: Different Perspectives on Globalization and Its Effects A ndras Konya, A dam Schlegel, A manda Baldwin k.park.pdf Japan CurrentEdit: P. Anna PaddonSources: Andras Konya Adam Schlegel Amanda Baldwin, North Korea and South Korea: Different Perspectives onGlobalization and Its Effects.http://wfi.worldforestry.org/media/presentations/korea_k.park.pd •http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template_talk:Politics_of_North_KoreaWkikipedia: Korea; Kim Il Sung 15 April 1912 - 8 July 1994; Etcetera, Politics in North Korea. •PremierI have updated the "premier" slot as Pak Pong-Ju has been replaced by Kim Yong-Il (not to be confused with Kim Jong-Il) —The precedingunsigned comment was added by 24.176.136.221 (talk) 22:30, 11 April 2007 (UTC).
  • 5. Introductiontwo comparable countries with similar culture, history,and definite point of separation. Compare the effects of globalization (or lack thereof) on two comparable countries with similar culture, history, and definite point of separation. Pinpoint strengths/weaknesses of globalization Method, not apples/orangesEdit: P. Anna Paddon October 31, 2012. Elect as Cowichan Crofton MLA, May 14 2013, BC Provincial Elections, Canada.Email: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • 6. History: Korean War Soviets and Americans decide to divide Korea into their own sphere of influence North and South (1948) Secretary of State Dean Acheson neglected to include Korea in the US sphere of influence in Asia. Kim Il Sung took initiative to invade the South (1950) Kim Il-sung, also romanised as Kim Il Sung (15 April 1912 – 8 July 1994), was the leader of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea , commonly referred to as North Korea, from its establishment in 1948 until his death in 1994.... Wikipedia. Feb 2011 – Kim Il - Sung , the father of communist North Korea, began his political life by fleeing Japanese rule of his homeland. www.time.com/time. Kim Il Sung , the son of peasants, was born in Korea in 1912. The family emigrated to Manchuria and Kim attended a Chinese school. by John Simkin. www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk not Stalin but Stalinist War ends ends in stalemate, 38th parallel, DMZ Both countries are ruined in the similar manner Ideal comparison Each embraces different ideology: totalitarian vs. authoritarianEdit: P. Anna Paddon October 31, 2012. Elect as Cowichan Crofton MLA, May 14 2013, BC Provincial Elections, Canada.Email: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • 7. Path to Globalization Following the Korean War, a decade of political turmoil begins First President Syngman Rhee ousted from office (1960) Rigged Elections for vice president cause student riots Democracy not initiated military coup d’etat, Park Chunghee takes over Park Chunghee begins to build South Korea into economic power stability but still not democratic tool: chaebolEdit: P. Anna Paddon October 31, 2012. Elect as Cowichan Crofton MLA, May 14 2013, BC Provincial Elections, Canada.Email: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • 8. Chaebol System Conglomerate large corporation with many unrelated subsidiaries centrally planned though private lack of input from minor shareholders financial security for all companies involvedEdit: P. Anna Paddon October 31, 2012. Elect as Cowichan Crofton MLA, May 14 2013, BC Provincial Elections, Canada.Email: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • 9. Park’s Economic Plans for Chaebols Creation Of Export-Oriented industries Creation And Fostering of heavy industry Maintenance Of Anti-Union behavior Protection Of Domestic Market Pegging Won to Dollar Chaebols Are Major Force in the South Korean Economy 1960’s to 1990’s big enough to utilize limited resources effectively government contracts andEdit: P. Anna Paddon October 31, 2012. Elect subsidies as Cowichan Crofton MLA, May 14 2013, BC Provincial Elections, Canada.Email: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • 10. Top Chaebols in South Korea Hyundai Automobiles Engineering, construction, shipbuilding and industrial activity Finances Samsung Electronics Petrochemicals Construction (Petronas Towers in Malaysia) LG Home appliances and electronics Petrochemicals and chemicalsEdit: P. Anna Paddon October 31, 2012. Elect as Cowichan Crofton MLA, May 14 2013, BC Provincial Elections, Canada.Email: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • 11. Emerging Globalization(Advantages) Through the chaebols, South Korea emerged as an export leader of the world Import raw materials to manufacture exports Industrialization and Service Economy Higher standard of living better education more material possessions increased leisure time GDP skyrockets from third world equivalent to Western European standardsEdit: P. Anna Paddon October 31, 2012. Elect as Cowichan Crofton MLA, May 14 2013, BC Provincial Elections, Canada.Email: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • 12. Emerging Globalization (Disadvantages) Profits appease populace as long as they are positive economic downturn leads to civil disobedience and revolution no democratic process or structure to deal with problems political stability dependent on economic situation authoritarian until 1987, numerous revolutions, undemocratic chaebols are undemocraticEdit: P. Anna Paddon October 31, 2012. Elect as Cowichan Crofton MLA, May 14 2013, BC Provincial Elections, Canada.Email: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca by nature
  • 13. Decline of Chaebols Ultimate decline of chaebols Too big to manage effectively Core competency (unrelated industries) Decline rise in labor cost standard of living competition from other Asian countries (China) cheaper workforce Effect lower of standard of living to match competitiveness contributed to South Korea’s economic crisis (1997)Edit: P. Anna Paddon October 31, 2012. Elect as Cowichan Crofton MLA, May 14 2013, BC Provincial Elections, Canada.Email: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • 14. Globalization (Financial Crisis) Unfortunate Economic Events Convergence banking sector burdened with non- performing loans excess debt lower credit rating chaebol oversight and accountability low Democracy swiftly corrected recession 1998: GDP: -6.6% 1999: GDP: 10.8% 2000: GDP: 9.2% allowed for greater input of populaceEdit: P. Anna Paddon October 31, 2012. Elect as Cowichan Crofton MLA, May 14 2013, BC Provincial Elections, Canada.
  • 15. South Korea Conclusion Globalization Started To Have: higher wages demands for social reforms South Korea became less competitive, Ironically, the good of globalization caused the badEdit: P. Anna Paddon October 31, 2012. Elect as Cowichan Crofton MLA, May 14 2013, BC Provincial Elections, Canada.Email: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • 16. History: North Korea After Korean War, Kim Il Sung takes over Nationalization versus Chaebol “people’s” property versus the highly private chaebol while abuses in both, higher standard of living obvious only in one Juche (self-reliance) closed all capital flow "the hermit kingdom” Militarization versus Chaebol to secure power Kim Il Sung diverted a third economy for military instead of economic reform (South Korea, 3%) 22 million population, 1.2 million military wastes the most able-bodied men of society with unproductive job famines every year, starving peopleEdit: P. Anna Paddon October 31, 2012. Elect as Cowichan Crofton MLA, May 14 2013, BC Provincial Elections, Canada.
  • 17. North Korea: Economics Refusal To Join Global Markets Through Juche Lower Standard Of Living Police State: lack of democratic institutions Government Army Legitimacy: massive famines Notable Exceptions To Global Markets Drugs Arms Trade Significant portion of GDP used for making the military bigger, not foodEdit: P. Anna Paddon October 31, 2012. Elect as Cowichan Crofton MLA, May 14 2013, BC Provincial Elections, Canada.Email: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca
  • 18. Conclusion North Korea control group, complete nonacceptance of globalization South Korea experienced problems, it is now on a democratic path with an economy that is substantially better in every aspectEdit: P. Anna Paddon October 31, 2012. Elect as Cowichan Crofton MLA, May 14 2013, BC Provincial Elections, Canada.Email: paz4tunnel@hotmail.ca

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