Mga batong Liancourt

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Liancourt

Ang mga batong Liancourt', kilala rin sa ngalang Dokdo o Tokto (독도/獨島, literal na "nag-iisang pulo") sa Koreano o Takeshima (竹島/たけしま?, literal na kawayang pulo) sa Hapones [1] ay isang lipon ng mga maliliit na pulo sa Dagat ng Hapon. Habang nasa ilalim ng pangangasiwa ng Timog Korea ang mga munting kapuluan, inilalaban ng Hapon ang sobereino ng Timog Korea sa kapuluan.

Mga sanggunian[baguhin | baguhin ang batayan]

  1. Staff Seoul and Tokyo hold island talks BBC, 20 April 2006
  1. BAEK In-ki; SHIM Mun-bo; Korea Maritime Institute (December 2006), A study of Distance between Ulleungdo and Dokdo and Ocean Currents (울릉도와 독도의 거리와 해류에 관한 연구), pp. 20–22, ISBN 978-89-7998-340-1, http://library.kmi.re.kr/w03_01e.asp?gs_DType=m&gs_DControlNo=52190 
  2. BBC staff (20 April 2006), Seoul and Tokyo hold island talks, BBC, http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/asia-pacific/4925258.stm 
  3. BBC staff (27 July 2008), "Island row hits Japanese condoms", BBC News, http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/7511065.stm 
  4. Fern, Sean (Winter 2005), "Tokdo or Takeshima? The International Law of Territorial Acquisition in the Japan-Korea Island Dispute", Stanford Journal of East Asian Affairs 5 (1) 
  5. Gyeo ngbuk Province (2001), Introducing Dokdo, Korean Government, sininop mula sa orihinal na pahina noong 24 February 2012, https://web.archive.org/web/20120224133020/http://www.dokdo.go.kr/eng/html/introduction/introduction.jsp 
  6. Gyeo ngbuk Province (2001a), Natural Environment, Korean Government, sininop mula sa orihinal na pahina noong 29 July 2014, https://web.archive.org/web/20140729172424/http://en.dokdo.go.kr/pages/sub01/page.html?mc=0082 
  7. Gyeo ngbuk Province (2001b), Visit Dokdo, Korean Government, sininop mula sa orihinal na pahina noong 29 July 2014, https://web.archive.org/web/20140729172446/http://en.dokdo.go.kr/pages/sub01/page.html?mc=0093 
  8. Ha, Michael (26 August 2008), "A Unique Trip to Dokdo — Islets in the News", The Korea Times, https://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/special/2009/01/177_30015.html 
  9. Kirk, Donald (26 July 2008), Seoul has desert island dreams, Asia Times Online, http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Japan/JG26Dh01.html 
  10. KOIS staff (12 January 2007), Cell phones give Korean ring to Dokdo, Korea.net Korean Culture and Information Service (KOIS), sininop mula sa orihinal na pahina noong 2 March 2009, https://web.archive.org/web/20090302011635/http://www.korea.net/News/News/NewsView.asp?serial_no=20070111037&part=109&SearchDay= 
  11. KOIS staff (12 June 2007a), Doosan pours big drink for Dokdo residents, Korea.net Korean Culture and Information Service (KOIS), sininop mula sa orihinal na pahina noong 2 March 2009, https://web.archive.org/web/20090302022720/http://www.korea.net/news/news/NewsView.asp?serial_no=20070612020&part=102&SearchDay= 
  12. Sang-Hun, Choe (28 August 2008), "A fierce Korean pride in a lonely group of islets", International Herald Tribune, sininop mula sa orihinal na pahina noong 28 August 2008, https://web.archive.org/web/20080828200807/http://www.iht.com/articles/2008/08/28/asia/island.php 
  13. Yonhap staff (20 July 2011), N. Korea denounces Japan's vow to visit island near Dokdo, Yonhap News Agency, http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr/national/2011/07/30/34/0301000000AEN20110730001800320F.HTML 

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