May 24, 2024
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The communist front that North Korea targeted in its unification policy overhaul

Fatherland United Democratic Front started as scheme to legitimize communist rule before shifting focus to South Korea

The North Korean bureaucracy, or rather the part responsible for foreign policy issues, is currently in the midst of a storm. 

Institutions that have existed for decades are being disbanded with little warning, and concepts long regarded as sacred cornerstones of the official ideology are no longer supposed to be mentioned. 

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