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Karen – Dasinyaw Bper law tha

May 27th, 2011 · No Comments · Karen, Self-determination

Dasinyaw Bper law tha Relates to self-determination The Karen leadership places a strong emphasis on the concept of self-determination which connotes  an autonomous (‘autonomy’ can also be a translation of the same word) state ruled by the Karen. The Karen use two terms to describe such an autonomous country. The first is ; and has […]

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North Korean – Juch’e

May 26th, 2011 · No Comments · Korean (North), Self-determination

주체 Juch’e ‘self-reliance, self-determination’ Relates to self-determination Juch’e, or chuch’e, refers to the self-reliance of Korea upon its own resources, and also its total independence/self-determination in politics, economics and defence. The concept first emerged in 1955, and indicated an open proclamation of the independence of the country from Soviet and Chinese political and cultural influence. […]

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