Category : Why Japan Can't Have Dokdo

Why Japan Can’t Have Dokdo V

Monday, July 6th, 2009

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Why Japan Can’t Have Dokdo – Takeshima Part IV

Monday, July 6th, 2009

Korea’s Economic Interests in the Dokdo Region “..The Dokdo Region’s Economic Situation the Early 20th Century and Now..” The following page is a visual introduction to Dokdo Island’s most proximal fishing communities to help the readers to familiarize themselves with the Dokdo region. Dokdo Island is also called Liancourt Rocks or Takeshima by Japan. This […]

Why Japan Can’t Have Dokdo Takeshima Part III

Monday, July 6th, 2009

Korea’s Ancient Title to the Dokdo Region Koreans Living Within Visual Proximity of Dokdo Since at Least 512 A.D. The following page gives the reader a sense of Korea’s ancient presence in the Dokdo region. Dokdo Island is sometimes referred to as Liancourt Rocks or Takeshima by Japan. Here we will see some of the […]

Why Japan Can’t Have Dokdo – Takeshima Part II

Monday, July 6th, 2009

The Politics, Economics and Demographics of the Dokdo Region In 1905, and The Present Why Modern Asia Cannot Go Back to the Colonial Era The following page is intended to give the reader a clear picture of the situation on Ulleungdo Island before and during the time Japan annexed Dokdo Takeshima in 1905. From there […]

Why Japan Can’t Have Dokdo – Takeshima Part I

Monday, July 6th, 2009

Japan’s Insatiable Appetite for Territory Most, if not all, pages on this website have focused on the historical reasons as to why Japan’s claim to Dokdo is unacceptable. This page focuses on the geographic reality of the Dokdo – Takeshima region. Korea’s Dokdo Island is sometimes referred to as Liancourt Rocks. On this page the […]