A study of the territorial dispute between Japan and Korea over Liancourt Rocks, a small cluster of barren, rocky islets in the Sea of Japan that Japanese call Takeshima and Koreans call Dokdo.
Thank you for teaching Gerry, an interesting document.I may not understand one. What is Meriden Journal?
Hi Makoto. The Meriden Journal was a newspaper published in the town of Meriden in the state of Connecticut. I think it is now called the Meriden Record Journal.
Gerry,I thank for your kindness.The fact that Takeshima was recognized to be a territory of Japan in the city of the scale in Connecticut in 1954 is important.Of course a legal position of Takeshima is not settled because this editorial exists. However, the fact recognized to be a territory of Japan there is not changed.
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