International Media Framing of Current Territorial Disputes in the Asia‐Pacific Region, 2017-2020
Jang, Won Yong
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South Korea, Japan, and China have disputed over territories since the end of World War II in the Asia-Pacific region. The dispute is significant and unique in that it involves three U.S. allies and partners placing the U.S. in an uncomfortable position. The Dokdo islands, called the Takeshima Islands in Japanese, are a chain of islands located in the East China Sea. Japan and South Korea both claim sovereignty over these islands. The Senkaku islands, called ‘Diaoyudao’ in the People`s Republic of China, and ‘Diaoyutai’ in Taiwanare located in the East China Sea and are disputed over by Japan and China.
Asian territorial disputes
Department of Communication and Journalism
Color poster with text and graphs.