Assorted Articles Related to Dokdo – Takeshima (獨島 竹島) Island
PDF Files of Published Dokdo – Takeshima Articles from International Scholars.
Jon M. Van Dyke, Legal Issues Related over Dokdo and Its Maritime Boundary:
This article examines the historical events relevant to the claims of sovereignty by Japan and Korea over Dokdo. It examines the principles governing maritime boundary delimitation that are relevant to the ocean space around Dokdo. It was written by Professor of Law, Jon Van Dyke, BA, cum laude, Yale University, 1964 JD, cum laude, Harvard Law School, 1967. Click PDF Logo on the right.
Sean Fern, Dokdo or Takeshima? The International Law of Territorial Acquisition in the Japan – Korea Island Dispute:
In this article Sean Fern (Stanford Journal of East Asian Affairs) explains why Korea’s claim to Dokdo Island would prevail over Japan. To view article, simply click PDF Logo on the right.
Kim Myeong Gi, A Study of the Legal Aspects of Japan’s Claim to Dokdo (Takeshima):
Professor of International Law, Kim Myeong Gi gives his analysis of Japan’s claim to Dokdo from the standpoint of international law. He uses historical records to support his views. To view article, simply click PDF Logo on the right.
Professor Hosaka Yuji, A Study on the Legitimacy of the Peace Line:
In this article a Japanese Professor of Humanities, Hosaka Yuji from Sejong University, Seoul Korea explains the reason behind the Republic of Korea’s declaration of the Peace Line in 1952. Professor Hosaka also explains why Korea feels justified in protecting her adjacent waters. Click PDF Logo on the right.
Mark Selden, Small Islets Enduring Conflict, Korea – Japan Colonial Legacy and America:
A brief article by Mark Selden, Senior Research Associate in the East Asia Program at Cornell University, a Coordinator of The Asia-Pacific Journal: Emeritus Professor of History and Sociology at Binghamton University. Please click PDF Logo to the right.
Hee Kwon Park, Jong In Bae, Korea’s Territorial Sovereignty Over Dokdo:
Hee Kwon Park, LL. D. (Doctor of Law) member of Korean International Law Association and Jong In Bae LL. M (Master of Laws) Edinburgh University give their analysis of the Dokdo Takeshima Problem from a legal standpoint. Click PDF Logo on the right.
Dokdo As Seen From Ulleungdo, Northeast Asian History Foundation:
This article has various images of Korea’s Dokdo Island as seen from her sister island, Korea’s Ulleungdo. It was a study to determine how visible Dokdo (Takeshima) was to those who resided on Korea’s Ulleungdo. Click PDF Logo on the right.
Hideki-Kajimura, The Question of Dokdo – Takeshima:
Japanese Professor of Economics Hideki Kajimura gives a detailed excellent writing about Dokdo from a Japanese person’s perspective. Please click PDF Logo on the right.
Kazuo Hori, Japan’s Incorporation of Dokdo – Takeshima Into Its Territory in 1905:
Japanese Professor, from Kyoto Kazuo Hori gives detailed historical information about Japan’s true motives for annexing Dokdo in 1905, a must read. To view article, simply click PDF Logo on the right.
Hoon Lee, Dispute Over Ownership of Dokdo – Takeshima in the Late Chosun Era:
Senior Researcher from the Korean National History Compilation Hoon Lee cites both Korean and Japanese historical records proving Korean title over Dokdo. To view article, simply click PDF Logo on the right.
Jung Byeongjun, Korea’s Post Liberation View and Policies Toward Dokdo – Takeshima:
A well-researched article about Korea’s post WWII policy toward Dokdo and how the islands were regained by liberated Republic of Korea. To view article, simply click PDF Logo on the right.
Shojin Sato, Japanese Expansionist Policy and the Question of Dokdo – Takeshima:
Then President of the Asian Rearch Institute, Japanese researcher Shojin Sato, gives historical context and perspective regarding Japan’s 1905 annexation of Dokdo (Takeshima). Please click PDF Logo on the right.
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