Aeronautical charts made by the US Government in 1953 and 1954: Takeshima as Japanese territory
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Event ReportJIIA and Stanford University co-hosted a symposium titled " The Past, Present, and Future International Order in East Asia " on May 10, 2019.
Event ReportJIIA, Doshisha University Center for Study of South China Sea and Faculty of Law Doshisha University co-hosted a symposium titled " Territory and Maritime Issues in East Asia and their Origins " on March 2, 2019.
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The Formation of the San Francisco SystemJIIA and FRS co-hosted a symposium titled "ASIA AND EUROPE FROM THE VERSAILLES TREATY TO THE PRESENT: The Legacies of Past War-Endings and Peace-making between Constraints and Forward Looking" on January 28th, 2019.
Symposium on Crossed perceptionsJIIA hosted a symposium titled "The Formation of the San Francisco System : From Occupation to Peace" on October 15th, 2018.
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