The Historical Perceptions of Korea and Japan
  • Author(s) Hyun Dae-song
  • Date of issue 2008
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    [Note to Readers]

    [Introduction: The Historical Perceptions of Korea and Japan]

    [Part 1. The Dokdo · Takeshima Issue

    Chapter 1. The Dokdo · Takeshima Issue: Its Origins and the Current Situation / Hyun Dae-song

        - Introduction

        - 1. Controversial Points Over the Claim of Sovereignty Over Dokdo and Relevant Research

        - 2. Controversies Over Historical Facts

        - 3. Controversial Points From the Perspective of International Law

        - 4. Confrontations Over Interpretations of a Series of Measures Taken in the Period Between the Pacific War and the Korea-Japan Treaty on Basic Relations

        - Conclusion

    Chapter 2. Japan's Incorporation of Takeshima into Its Territory in 1905 / Hori Kazuo

        - Introduction

        - 1. Knowledge and consciousness of Dokdo · Takeshima as a Territory

        - 2. Japan's Invasion of Korea's Outlying Islands

        - 3. Japan's Territorial Incorporation of Takeshima Conclusion

    Chapter 3. Questions Concerning the Japanese Theory on Takeshima as Japan's Inherent Territory / Naito Seichu

        - Introduction

        - 1. Wasn't Ulleungdo Korean Territory?

        - 2. Questions Surrounding the Permission of Passage to Takeshima

        - 3. Questions surrounding the Takeshima Ikken and the Passage Prohibiton

        - 4. Questions Surrounding the Testimony of Ahn Yong - bok

    Chapter 4. Japan's Policy towards Territorial Disputes in East Asia / Wada Haruki

        - Introduction

        - 1. Problems: Defeat in the War, Occupation and Territories

        - 2. The San Francisco Peace Treaty

        - 3. The Sovereignty Issue in Bilateral Relations

        - 4. Changes in the Situation and a Failed Effort

        - Concluding Remarks: Reconciliation and Coexistence - A Time for Turnabout in Territorial Disputes

    [Part 2. The Issues of Yasukuni Shrine, 'Comfort Women', and Textbooks

    Chapter 5. Yasukuni Shrine : A Controversial Historical Issue Involving Japan and Korea / Takahashi Tetsuya

        - Introduction    

        - 1. What is Yasukuni Shrine?

        - 2. The Issue of Class 'A' War Criminals

        - 3. Souls of Koreans Enshrined in Yasukuni Shrine

        - 4. Demand for the Cancellation of the Enshrinement of Fallen Korean Soldiers

        - Concluding Remarks : How Korean Demands for the Cancellation of the Enshrinement of Their Family Members at Yasukuni Shrine will be Delat with?

    Chapter 6. Controversies Surrounding the Question of the Japanese Army's Comfort Stations and 'Comfort Women' / Young Myoung-sook

        - Introduction

        - 1. Overview of the Issue

        - 2. Two Main Issues: "Were the Women Forcefully Taken Away?" and "Did the comfort Stations System Consist of Licensed Houses of Prostitution?"

        - 3. Japanese Government's Legal Responsibiliity for the Comfort Stations System

        - Conclusion

    Chapter 7. Historical Conflict and Dialogues Between Korea and Japan : With the Focus on the Current Issue Concerning Japanese Historical Textbooks / Chung Jae-jeong

        - Introduction

        - 1. Historical Perspectives and Conflict

        - 2. Disputes Over Historical Textbooks and History - related Dialogues Conclusion

    [Part 3. The Evolution of Conflict Between Korea and Japan in the Post World War 2]

    Chapter 8. The 'Treaty on Basic Relations' and the 'Agreement on Claims' between the Republic of Korea and Japan / Kim Chang-rok

        - Introduction

        - 1. Article 2 of the Basic Treaty

        - 2. Agreement

        - 3. Present Situation of Righting the Wrongs of the Past between Korea and Japan

        - Concluding Remarks : What Should be Done?

    Chapter 9. The Cold War and Relations between Japan and Korea / Kimiya Tadashi

        - Introduction : Purpose and Significance of This Article

        - 1. Japan - Korea Relations in the Early Cold War Period : Initial Conditions in the Bilateral Relations

        - 2. The Political Process of Negotiations for the Normalization of Relations Between Japan and Korea : With the Focus on Korea's Claims for Compensation for Japanese Colonial Rule

        - 3. Conclusion of the Negotiations for the Normalization of Relations between Japan and Korea

        - Concluding Remarks : The Cold War and the Relations Between Japan and Korea Following the Signing of the Korea-Japan Treaty on Basic Relations

    Chapter 10. Current Situation of Compensation for Koreans Mobilized Forcefully During Japan's colonial Rule: With the Focus on the Period Following the Disclosure of the Documents Related to the Korea - Japan Negotiation for the Normalization of Bilateral Relations / Choi Bong-tae

        - Introduction

        - 1. Disclosure of the Documents and Steps Taken by the Korean Government

        - 2. Actions Taken by Victims After the Disclosure of the Documents

        - 3. Noticeable Actions Occurred Recently in Japan

        - 4. Expected controversial Points

        - Conclusion

    [Part 4. Beyond the Past and Confrontation]

    Chapter 11. Background to the History-Related Conflicts Between Korea and Japan: Japanese Nationalism Against Korea / Kang Deok-sang

        - Introduction

        - 1. Seikanron

        - 2. Korea and the Popular Rights Movement in Japan

        - 3. Korea as a Forward Base for Japan's March Toward the Asian

        - 4. Significance of Japan's Annexation of Korea

        - 5. Policy of Harsh Oppression

        - 6. Suppression of the March First Independence Movement

        - 7. Speaking up for Democracy Internally, and Invading Other Countries

        - 8. Public Order Preservation Act and Koreans

        - 9. "Subjects of the Japanese Empire" During Wartime

        - 10. Reality of Forced Wartime Mobilization

        - 11. Do the Japanese Feel Remorseful About the Wrongs Perpetrated During Their Colonial Rule Over Korea?

        - Conclusion

    Chapter 12. What are the Japanese to Koreans? : The Past, Present and Future / Kim Young-jak

        - Introduction

        - 1. Views of Each Other in Pre-Modern Times: Confrontation Between the Korean Sense of Cultural Superiority Over the Japanese and the Japanese Sense of Military Supremacy and Self-image As a Divine Land

        - 2. Modern Times : The Conflict Over the "Peripheral Supremacy of Korea" and Japans' Dual Image as a Model for Modernization and/or as a Foreign Pressures

        - 3. Modern Times (Post-liberation Period) : Relations Between Korea and Japan - The Need for the Settlement of Past Wrongs Perpetrated by Japan and the Establishment of a New Relaionship as Virtual Allies and Economic Cooperation

        - Concluding Remarks : Issues to be Settled - Will the Two Countries Be the Key Actors in the Launch of the "Northeast Asian Community"?

    Chapter 13. For comprehensive Management of Relations with Japan: The dokdo Issue, a Stumbling Block to Smooth Bilateral Relations / Gong Ro-myung

        - Introduction: The Gap between the Reality and the Best Possible Approach

        - 1. Lack of Perspective When Recognizing Historical Facts

        - 2. "A Matter concerning Takeshima"(1696) and the Dajokan(Imperial Japanese Council of State)'s Instruction(1877)

        - 3. The Edo Bakufu's Prohibition of Japanese Voyages to Ulleungdo

        - 4. The Various Names for Dokdo Used by the Japanese

        - 5. Inshu shicho goki(Records of Observations of Inshu)

        - 6. Finding a Desirable Way of Settling the Dokdo Issue

        - 7. Need to Take Care of it Patiently as One Requiring Long-term Care

        - 8. What is Japan to the Koreans?

        - Concluding Remarks : Political Leadership Required


        - Chronology of the Historical Perceptions of Korea and Japan



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