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    decades, the internal affairs in South Korea have been anything but smooth. The public demand for a democratic future is prevalent, but it is unquestionable that the authoritarian leaders and government have had a larger impact that any democratic ones. The strong hand of leaders like Syngman Rhee and Park Chung-hee allowed South Korea to persevere through difficult times and explode onto the international market. The measures leaders in the 60s, 70s, and 80s took to get Korea to the position of wealth

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    After the Japanese invasion, Korea had been swept into turmoil, which lead to the division of the country into two separate states. In the North the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, (D.P.R.K.) and in the South the Republic of Korea, (R.O.K.). The United States presence in South Korea would remain until an independent and unified Korean government was established successfully in the country. Following the impact of the Korean War, South Korea has undergone significant reform, which has aided

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    1. What are some of the personal dynamics in your life that influence and/or impact your leadership style and/or effectiveness? When I was young between 21 and 27 years old, I met many people including former presidents of the South Korea, minsters of the South Korea, foreign nation’s presidents, from whom I learned and watched a variety of leadership styles. In 2008, to discuss that we think what is my and co-workers’ present and future in private life and company life, the first leadership

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    South Korea has a liberal democratic government type. The liberal democratic government type can be described as a political ideology and a form of government in which representative democracy operates under the principles of liberalism. Overall, the government is stable despite one of the top issues of business complaints is dealing with political instability. South Korea has elections by popular vote for the President every five years. The Presidency is limited to one five year term. The government

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    Both North and South Korea have different economic systems. Collectivist Economy Collectivist economy is a type of economy which advocates for collective control over production, as well as distribution. It puts a lot of emphasis on collective action rather than individual action. Another name for collectivist economy is communism economy. Apart from North Korea, other collectivist economies include Japan and Indonesia. Economic System in South Korea The economic system of South Korea is a capitalist

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    Unified Korea

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    of an independent Korea. The emergence of the Cold War prevented the formation of a unified Korea. Failure to accept United Nations resolutions by the Soviet Union caused the formation of a communist government in the North, while in the South the United States introduced a democratic government. Two extremely distinctive countries were created

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    Political Economy of South Korea: A Necessary Transformation I. Introduction: In this paper, I will discuss the measures that the Republic of Korea’s (addressed as South Korea from here on out) government took in trying accomplishing economic development despite its several economic and political upheavals. I will, specifically, review the economic growth and institutions established in South Korea beginning in the 1950s, the process of democratization in South Korea, and the effects that

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    weapons of mass destruction and threatening to aim them at the United States. The Democratic Republic of Korea is a communist dictatorship with Kim Jong-un declaring himself the Supreme Leader. The Republic of Korea, otherwise known as South Korea, is a non-communist state with Moon Jae-in as its president. It is a democratic republic with three branches of government. North Korea and South Korea were once one nation under Japan. They are now bitter enemies and have no plan to reunify due to a long

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    Beginning in the early 1940’s, Korea has been a split nation; the great divide that happened in initially in 1945 was just the beginning of what would become one of the world’s most infamous splits of a country. Radically different in political regime and agenda, these countries provide for a very complex case study of border conflict. Due to its extremely repressive regime, North Korea stands as one of the worst places to call home in the world, while South Korea is incredibly more liberal. Despite

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    Sara Hanna History How did the Cold War affect the development of Korea? After Japan started to industrialize, they began to imperialize and try to take over other surrounding countries. They gained control of Taiwan and the Pescadores Islands after China broke an agreement with them to keep military out of Korea. They also went to war with Russia over Manchuria, and won. Finally, in 1910, Japan annexed Korea and gained control of it until the end of World War II. Once World War II ended in 1945

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