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DPRK Diplomatic Relations - National Committee on North Korea

DPRK Diplomatic Relations - National Committee on North Korea

DPRK Diplomatic Relations - National Committee on North

ong>DPRKong> ong>Diplomaticong> ong>Relationsong> Establishment of diplomatic relations with ong>DPRKong>, by period 1 (Countries are included according to the date of their initial establishment of diplomatic relations with North Korea; countries that have broken off their relations with North Korea remain blank.) Introduction North Korea’s foreign policy has been marked by several distinct stages since the establishment of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea in 1948. In its earliest years, North Korea maintained diplomatic ties exclusively with Eastern bloc countries, along with the People’s Republic of China and Vietnamese revolutionaries. By the 1960s and 1970s, North Korea began reaching out to Third World countries emerging from colonialism, competing with South Korea for diplomatic recognition and the legitimacy it entails. 2 After the collapse of the USSR and the beginning of China’s economic reforms, the ong>DPRKong>, seeking foreign investment and security, tried to improve relations with capitalist countries including the U.S., Japan, and Europe. 3 North Korea’s state ideology of Juche emphasizes self-reliance and independence in foreign affairs, but it has not meant diplomatic or economic isolation. Rather, the ong>DPRKong> has historically displayed flexibility in its approach to foreign policy, while consistently seeking to preserve its www.ncnk.org Supporting Principled Engagement with North Korea Honorary Co-Chairs: Ambassador Tony P. Hall and Ambassador Thomas C. Hubbard Co-Chairs: Robert Carlin, Stanford University and Dr. Robert E. Springs, Global Resource Services Steering ong>Committeeong>: Dr. Charles Armstrong, Columbia University; David Austin, Mercy Corps, Brad Babson, Consultant; Gordon Flake, The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Foundation; Katharine Moon, Wellesley College, Susan Shirk, University of California/San Diego, Scott Snyder, Council on Foreign ong>Relationsong>; Philip Yun, Ploughshares Fund. Executive Director: Karin Lee

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