How the North is run: non-Party organizations
From cradle to grave, organizational life is mandatory
This is part of a larger series examining some of North Korea’s key state institutions. The series has also covered the Cabinet, State Affairs Commission, the Central Military Commission, as well as the Politburo and the Central Committee and the Supreme People’s Assembly. One of the basic social traits of North Korean life is that every adult and teenager who is not
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Fyodor Tertitskiy is an expert in North Korean politics and the military and a contributor to NK News and NK Pro. He holds a Ph.D. in Sociology from Seoul National University, and is author of "N...
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