How has communism affected North Korea?

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Officially, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (commonly known as "North Korea" and "Korea DPR") operates under a Juche socialist republic-type government, not a communism. However, in the eyes of the outside public, North Korea is a communist country and, in some extreme views, a dictatorship.

A Juche-style government relies heavily on the motto of "self-dependence". Because of this, North Korea is an extremely isolated nation, torn from the outside world. And, as a result, North Korea's economy reflects on this.
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