Why is North Korea still communist?
Korea remains under the control of the facially Communist regime of the Kim Dynasty because any possibility of reform is closely blocked and monitored by the Kims. Any attempt to introduce new ideas to Korea is met by stern repression and violence. There are concentration camps throughout the country where torture is inflicted on dissidents up to the point of death.
North Korea is not communist nor has it ever really been it is a Dictatorship directed by the state 'Juche' Ideology.
No, North Korea is a communist nation.
yes, north korea is still a communist country to this day.
No just North Korea and South Korea is still non communist
South Korea was never a communist government; North Korea, however, remains communist.
Yes it is a Communist country still today.
China, North Korea, and Vietnam are still under Communist control.
No it is not. It is still under communist rule. No it is not. It is still under communist rule. No it is not. It is still under communist rule. No it is not. It is still under communist rule. No it is not. It is still under communist rule. No it is not. It is still under communist rule.
North Korea is Communist and South Korea is Capitalist
North Korea is communist South Korea is capitalist
The Korean peninsula is divided into two countries: North Korea and South Korea. North Korea is communist, but South Korea is not communist.
North Korea was communist.
Communist, they presently are still a communist country
Both The North had and still has a communist government. The South had and still has a capitalist government
To prevent Communist North Korea from conquering the NON-Communist South Korea; which was successfully accomplished. The Communists were stopped at the 38th Parallel, which still exists to this day.
For starters; Red China, Vietnam and North Korea are still communist nations.
Communist North Korea and Non-Communist South Korea are still separated at the 38th Parallel by the Armistice signed in 1953.
Yes Vietnam is still a communist nation. Along with China, North Korea, Laos, and Cuba
The first communist country to be founded was the Soviet Union, which no logner exists. What the oldest communist country currently in existance is depends whether or not you consider North Korea to still be communist. If you do, then North Korea is the oldest. If not, then it's the People's Republic of China.
Before the war even occured, North Korea was (and still is) a communist country. The war basically happened because of the argument over is Korea should be a communist or non-communist country. So when the war began, China and USSR wanted to keep Korea a communist country, therefore, sided North Korea. The USA sided South Korea. No one won the Korean War so that's why Korea is currently divided into communist (North Korea) and non-communist… Read More
if you are talking about Korea , north Korea yes, it is a communist country.
NORTH KOREA has the Communist government.
North Korea is currently communist, and has been communist since WWII. It is split from South Korea along the 38th parallel. All of North Korea is Communist. Maybe not the civilians and/or other people living in North Korea, but definitely the government.
North Korea. South Korea was allied with the US (they were a democracy), and they teamed up to fight the Communists (North Korea). In the end North Korea still won and that's why its is till one of the few dictatorships/communist countries in the world today.
North Korea attacked South Korea in the Korean war and Korea has been separated in 2 countries from then! North Korea is a Communist, and South Korea is a anti-communist like North America.
Currently, Korea is split into two countries: North Korea and South Korea. North KoreaNorth Korea is a unique type of state, properly classified as a DYNASTIC COMMUNIST STATE. This means that the country is a Communist State, but has succession in leadership passing along a dynastic line like a monarchy. Some consider Dynastic Communism to be part of the Absolute Monarchy category, because of the similarities, while others argue that since the leader of a… Read More
The communist leader of North Korea is Kim Il-Sung.
North Korea is communist, South Korea is democratic. Which means South Korea is not a communist.^0^
China, Cuba, Laos, North Korea and Vietnam.
Communist North Korea and Free South Korea are still separated by the 38th Parallel signed during the Armistice in 1953. The US still maintains military forces in South Korea.
because ussr forced north korea to be communist by army
Answer: China, Vietnam, Cuba, North Korea, and Russia are still Communist countries.
North Korea is a communist dictatorship.
Communist supported North Korea.
Communist China and North Korea communist china and North Korea
The communist leader of North Korea 1950 is Kim Il-Sung.
North Korea- Communist South Korea- Presidental
communist, as does Cuba, Laos, China, and North Korea
China cuba laos Vietnam north Korea (as by media)
Presumably so, as North Korea is a Communist state and not a Republic ___________________________________________________________________ Republic of Korea is the official name of South Korea and North Korea is referred as Democratic People's Republic of Korea North Korea is still a republic because it is called the Democratic (yeah right) REPUBLIC of Korea
North Korea has consistently had the same communist government since independence in 1948. Prior to independence, North Korea had never had a communist government before.
Although the goal of uniting the Korean peninsula under communist rule was unsuccessful, North Korea and its Communist allies still consider the conflict a victory because North Korea's government survived and exists to this day.
South Korea is capitalist, north is communist.
Everything is relative. North Korea is still a communist nation; but has advanced with the times. North Korea is far more industrialized than it was during the 1940's and 1950's.
No. Only North Korea
The Korean was was a battle between North Korea (who were communist) and South Korea (who Were capitalist) both wanting to unify Korea under their own government. Communist North Korea trying to conquer NON-Communist South Korea.
North Korea wants to reunify Korea as a communist state.
North Korea is, South Korea is not.
south korea, free from the war prospered and is still prospering. North Korea is totaltarian communist, you do not want to vacation there, even if they would let you.
North Korea attempted to reunite Korea in June 1950 under a single communist government.
At the end of World War II, the USSR established a pro-communist government based in Pyongyang and then withdrew in 1948. Communist tradition has stayed in North Korea even after the Soviets left, and is still the prevalent form of government in the country up to the present.