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Democratic People's Republic of Korea Embassy
Topic Started: Nov 6 2017, 05:38 PM (342 Views)
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Greeetings to the non-aligned democratic republic of Korea, your compromise with third world independence and anti-imperialism made us to consider you are the most suited to take the rotatory seat in the Security Council of the UN, we call for all thr third world natioms to embrace the same stance in defense of the global south.

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The Republic of India calls upon the DPRK to follow China's policy of economic liberalization. Grasping at nuclear weapons to "punch above your weight" is less necessary if your economy join that of the rest of the world. Your state does not have to be a pariah in the world.
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Jan 8 2018, 07:34 AM
The Republic of India calls upon the DPRK to follow China's policy of economic liberalization. Grasping at nuclear weapons to "punch above your weight" is less necessary if your economy join that of the rest of the world. Your state does not have to be a pariah in the world.
It's entirely in the interests of the government and people of the DPRK for its economy to 'join that of the rest of the world', the DPRK would see a huge rise in living standards and prosperity just as China has been seeing. The only, minor, minute obstacle here is that the West does not want to see the DPRK economy join the rest of the world. Russia does agree that sanctions are a necessary element to persuading the DPRK to halt its progression with regards to nuclear technology but the current sanction situation only serves to push the average DPRK citizen into famine and poverty.

The DPRK has been pushed away (and has to a degree certainly pushed itself away) from the world economy by the powers that see themselves as dominating the global economy, the DPRK has no incentive to stop pursuing its nuclear program as it has been labelled as a pariah state by the West long ago and has no stake in the global economy.

It's clear however that they do wish to refresh the DPRK's situation - their increased exports of korean alcohol is a prime example of the DPRK trying to get a stake in the world's economy and systems of trade, and with a stake in the world's economy comes an incentive to not catalyse nuclear war.

The Russian Federation will stand by the DPRK as much as we can to help them on their path to joining the world economy and reconsidering the acquirement of nuclear weapons.
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Jan 8 2018, 07:34 AM
The Republic of India calls upon the DPRK to follow China's policy of economic liberalization. Grasping at nuclear weapons to "punch above your weight" is less necessary if your economy join that of the rest of the world. Your state does not have to be a pariah in the world.
India is not a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, and for similar reasons as India we have opted to not be bound by the NPT. We shall continue to follow the same path that India themselves followed in this regard. Your "Smiling Buddha" is an inspiration and we shall see the creation of our own "Smiling Kim" to inspire the Korean people.

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It's clear however that they do wish to refresh the DPRK's situation - their increased exports of korean alcohol is a prime example of the DPRK trying to get a stake in the world's economy and systems of trade, and with a stake in the world's economy comes an incentive to not catalyse nuclear war.


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We do not condemn your pursuit of weapons, as such would be simple hypocricy for India. However, economic liberalization may provide a path to security that is less expensive and more beneficial for your people.
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Jan 9 2018, 08:26 AM
We do not condemn your pursuit of weapons, as such would be simple hypocricy for India. However, economic liberalization may provide a path to security that is less expensive and more beneficial for your people.
We appreciate the advice and it is advice that we are considering. Juche demands self-reliance and self-determination; there may be certain aspects of 'economic liberalization' compatable with Juche, yet that is something for the party to decide.

By the by, if you're in the market for soju or rare earth metal exports, please let us know.
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