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|Draws on original documents to discuss the historical background of the recurrent territorial dispute over Dokdo/Takeshima (aka Tok Island), which is geographically located between Japan and Korea but which has been controlled by Korea ...|
|to travel to Ullungdo through Takeshima and engaged in fishing around |
Takeshima as well. – In 1696 the Tokugawa Shogunate decided to withdraw from
Ullungdo, but not from Takeshima. – In 1905 Takeshima became officially
|The next question is the effect of Japan's 1905 annexation—was this action |
illegal? At first glance the annexation of Takeshima by Japan appears clearly
illegal; after all, a nation cannot annex the territory of another state in secret and
|Yang D, Pan Z, Takeshima H, Wu C, Nagaraj RY, Ma J, Cheng H. JBiol Chem. |
2001 ;276:402104. Takekura H, Flucher BE, Franzini-Armstrong C. Dev Biol.
2001 ;239:204-14. Takeshima H. Ann N YAcad Sci. 1993;707:165-77. Sakube Y,
|Takeshi ma The fisheries question is closely related to, and in the public |
discussion focuses on the territorial dispute concerning Takeshima, or Tokdo in
Korean. The fishery issue as such is from an economic point of view almost
|Takeshima Ikken (the Affair ofTakeshima/Ulleungdo/Dagelet) from 1693 to 1696 |
is an enormously important case to examine ideas of 'possession', 'border', and '
territory' in the Tokugawa period. This incident occurred at Ulleungdo, not in ...
|At a dinner in Lyon he meets one of his old school friends, Mr. Takejima, who |
now works at a bank. It is Takejima who comes under scrutiny in this story as
Kafū shows how years working abroad can change a person, often for the worse.
Seokwoo Lee, Hee Eun Lee - 2011 - Preview
|Takeshima' or 'being an islet close to Takeshima'. Thus, they treat Matsushima as |
an adjunct to Takeshima. During the period when Japanese were repeatedly
navigating to Ullungdo, Japan apparently was unaware of the fact that the island
|Hiroyuki Takeshima. Complications arise when information about a new GM |
variety is given in terms of cost reduction instead of yield growth, because a 30
percent cost reduction is not necessarily a 30 percent yield growth, unless the
|See 'War games at Takeshima/Dokdo seem sure to escalate ill feelings', Daily |
Japan Digest VII(29), 13 February 1996; 'Japan–South Korea animosity heads
toward a crescendo in island dispute', Daily Japan Digest VII(30), 14 February