Kim Jong-il

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Kim Jong Il

also Kim Jong-il  (jŏng′ ĭl′) 1941-2011.
Korean politician and head of state of North Korea (1994-2011).

Kim Jong-il

(kɪm dʒɔŋiːl)
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(Biography) 1942–2011, North Korean politician; supreme leader of North Korea (1994–2011): son of Kim Il-sung
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The younger sister of late leader Kim Jong-iI (the father of current North Korean leader Kim Jong-un) was named in a state media dispatch as part of a funeral committee for fellow senior Workers' Party official Kim Kuk-thae.
Sin embargo, en el contexto de la coyuntura surgida tras la sucesion de Kim Jong-II por Kim Jong-Un, en diciembre de 2011, Corea del Norte vive uno de los momentos mas delicados de su corta historia como consecuencia de las dificultades economicas, el aislamiento internacional, las disfunciones del sistema politico y un largo etcetera.
Tras la muerte de Kim Jong-II, uno de los regimenes mas cerrados y oscuros del mundo enfrenta un proceso de sucesion que, segun analistas, podria adquirir tintes violentos y ya preocupo a la comunidad internacional.
His "Sunshine Policy" which included financial and food aid, culminated in an historic 2000 meeting in Pyongyang with "Dear Leader" Kim Jong-II.
No obstante, el llamado que se hacia era retornar a las negociaciones "de seis bandas" con el gobierno de Kim Jong-II.
London, Apr 5 (ANI): North Korea's supreme leader Kim Jong-II has expressed his agitation on being overthrown in an annual poll that names the world's worst dictators.
The first, Kim Jong-II, is a biography of North Korea's leader, written by Seoul-based journalist Michael Breen.
Conflict between the two Koreas continued to the point that North Korean forces led by the republic's leader, Kim Jong-II (Great Leader), invaded the south in June 1950.
I]f the world continues to isolate Kim Jong-II through the U.
The US has insisted that all negotiations it takes part in with the North Koreans must also be joined by China, Japan, South Korea, and Russia, while North Korean leader Kim Jong-II has consistently called for one-on-one talks with Washington as well.
Throughout their 12-year stints on the DMZ, North Korean soldiers are ordered to shoot anyone who betrays their brutal dictator, Kim Jong-II.