Everyone has their own opinion on North Korea, its leaders, its culture, its politics, and its people. A big part of that opinion is usually formed on the basis of information people get from the news. Everyone who keeps up with world news knows that the whole Korean peninsula has been an unstable region since the Korean War. The war ended with an armistice but was not concluded with a peace agreement. So even today, North Korea considers itself at war – even if only technically. Outsiders see North Korea as a repressive militarized communist state. North Korea is seen as the last remnant of an old social and economic system which has been overtaken by global development and the victory of capitalist system.
In the non-fiction book “Are the US ready for Peace with North Korea?” by Andreas Schild, it becomes clear that particularly American sources consider the North Korean political system and its leadership defunct. Actually, little is known about the country, which is labelled as a hermit kingdom following largely irrational policies and threatening world peace with weapons of mass destruction. The author provides readers with up-to-date facts based in his work as a Chief Technical Advisor of UNDP and as a consultant for a bilateral agency in North Korea. With the help of documents and academic studies, he questions some of the generally accepted assumptions on the country and the mainstream opinion perpetuated by Western mass media.
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