- 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...
- Coming in from the cold. // Time;6/10/1991, Vol. 137 Issue 23, p43
Reports that North Korea's xenophobic Communist government has announced it will apply for full membership in the United Nations, a glaring admission that its isolationist policy has been checkmated by Seoul's smooth cultivation of Moscow and Beijing.
- North Korea. Myonghee Lim // New Internationalist;May97, Issue 290, p36
Focuses on the politics and government of North Korea. Korean cookery; Agriculture; Condition of the people; Threatening war against South Korea. INSET: At a glance..
- 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.
- Country Overview. // North Korea Country Review;2011, p1
The article provides an overview of the politics, geography, economy, and demography of North Korea.