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The Treaty of Peace with Japan and Takeshima (Revisited) *5
U.S. Department of State Documents regarding the Dispute over Territorial Sovereignty over Takeshima (Addendum) = Documents = *5
Senkaku Islands were nothing more than "navigation markers" in premodern China *5
Survey of Yaeyama by Antei Tashiro and Survey of Senkaku Islands by Okinawa Prefecture in 1885 *5
The Name "Sea of Japan" Is the Only Internationally Established Name (English)
The Name "Sea of Japan" Is the Only Internationally Established Name (Korean)
The Name "Sea of Japan" Is the Only Internationally Established Name (Japanese)
Some Thoughts on the Concept of Territory in the Late Edo and Early Meiji Periods
East Asian and European Notions of Territory
Do Not Rush the Territorial Issue

*1:Rule of Law Series (March 2015) "These articles were translated by JIIA from Japanese into English as part of a research project sponsored by the Government of Japan to promote academic studies on the rule of law. JIIA takes full responsibility for the translation of these articles. To obtain permission to use these articles beyond the scope of your personal use and research, please contact JIIA by e-mail (jdl_inquiry@jiia.or.jp).
Citation: Rule of Law Series, Japan Digital Library (March 2015), http://www2.jiia.or.jp/en/digital_library/rule_of_law.php"

*2:Japan's Territories Series (March 2017) "These articles were translated by Mitsubishi UFJ Research and Consulting (MURC) from Japanese into English as part of a research project sponsored by the Government of Japan to promote academic studies on Japan's territories. MURC takes full responsibility for the translation of these articles. To obtain permission to use these articles beyond the scope of your personal use and research, please contact MURC by e-mail (info@murc.jp).
Citation: Japan's Territories Series, Japan Digital Library (March 2017), http://www2.jiia.or.jp/en/digital_library/japan_s_territories.php"

*3:Japan's Territories Series (March 2016) "These articles were translated by JIIA from Japanese into English as part of a research project to promote academic studies on Japan's diplomacy. JIIA takes full responsibility for the translation of this article. To obtain permission to use this article beyond the scope of your personal use and research, please contact JIIA by e-mail(jdl_inquiry@jiia.or.jp).
Citation: Japan's Diplomacy Series, Japan Digital Library (March 2016), http://www2.jiia.or.jp/en/digital_library/japan_s_diplomacy.php"

*4:Japan and the World Series (March 2017) "These articles were translated by JIIA from Japanese into English as to promote Japanese scholarly works on international relations. JIIA takes full responsibility for the translation of these articles. To obtain permission to use these articles beyond the scope of your personal use and research, please contact JIIA by e-mail (jdl_inquiry@jiia.or.jp).
Citation: Japan and the World, Japan Digital Library (March 2017), http://www2.jiia.or.jp/en/digital_library/world.php"

*5:Japan's Territories Series (March 2018)"These articles were translated by Mitsubishi UFJ Research and Consulting (MURC) from Japanese into English as part of a research project sponsored by the Government of Japan to promote academic studies on Japan's territories. MURC takes full responsibility for the translation of these articles. To obtain permission to use these articles beyond the scope of your personal use and research, please contact MURC by e-mail (info@murc.jp).
Citation: Japan's Territories Series, Japan Digital Library (March 2018), http://www2.jiia.or.jp/en/digital_library/japan_s_territories.php"

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