The Democratic People 's Republic Of North Korea

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The Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea is known for being secluded from the remainder of the world. Communism created the country that North Korea is today as it was sponsored to become a country by another communist country. Nuclear weapons acquired by the country have caused great tension between North Korea and the rest of the world. North Korea is one of the world’s most secretive nations. The Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea is almost completely secluded from the outside world and is sometimes referred to as a Hermit Kingdom. Communism is a political and economic system of ideas essentially based on joint ownership of property and a social structure without classes. Individuals within the system perform work and earn a living based on their contributions and requirements. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels established this system of ideas during the last half of the nineteenth century; in 1844 Marx and Engels met and discovered that they shared similar ideas principles. Four years later, 1848, Marx and Engels wrote The Communist Manifesto in Brussels, Belgium. The document, a twenty-three page pamphlet, would be published in London, England, in late February that year. Seventy-four years later, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republic became the first communist state. After the founding of the Soviet Union, communism spread to many different countries in Europe, Asia, Africa, even North America. These countries included Afghanistan, Cambodia, Mongolia,
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