Discussion Reply – Reunification
Prepare a reaction paper on the below discussion post regarding how freedom may be brought to the North without igniting a civil war.
REPLY TO THIS DISCUSSION:
According to the findings of my investigation, the Netherlands and Germany are discussing and considering a possible merger. Unfortunately, this attempt was not fruitful. Because Hendrik Van Der Noot, the Prime Minister of the fledgling Belgian state, advocated merging the confederation into the Dutch Republic during the Brabant Revolution, Willem, I later acknowledged that the suggestion made by Van Der Noots had a significant impact on his decision to combine the Low Countries under the rule of the United Kingdom of the Netherlands.
To continue with the engaging conversation that we are now having, I would want to address the question of how freedom may be brought to the North without igniting a civil war. The state of North Korea is often regarded as one of the most authoritarian on the planet. Freedom of speech, assembly, association, and religion are some of the civil and political rights that are restricted for individuals by the government. Other liberties include freedom of association and affiliation with others.
It makes it illegal for any kind of organized political opposition, independent media, civil society, or labor unions to exist. To maintain fear and control, the government will often resort to arbitrary arrests and punishments for offenses, as well as torture while in detention, forced labor, and executions.
In recent years, the government has cracked down on North Koreans who contact the outside world by punishing them and increasing the number of restrictions placed on internal travel as well as unofficial travel over the border with China after investigating the available information and circumstances. Due to the existence of competing priorities, the civil war could not have been unavoidable. The only way forward is to carry out a successful engagement and win the war for independence in the North.