The broken bond or how to undermine North Korea dictatorship
The writer an exiled ex-officer of the regime informs of the real North Korea and pledges that the best way to change the regime is to empower its citizen through market relations and communication. The regime is described as having lost grip to society. “The umbilical cord between the individual and the state has been severed. In the people’s eyes, loyalty to the state has been replaced by the value of hard cash.” The military and nuclear paranoia being the only asset of such a country against a supposed internal enemy one understands how severe and dangerous could be the response to a popular reaction.