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Author: Hyon Joo Yoo

political interest. The official position of the South Korean government regarding the issue of Dokdo is referred to as “calm diplomacy,” which seeks a soft position in promoting the information of Dokdo as South Korea’s territory. Although the South Korean government has a desire to maintain the calm

In: The Korean Journal of International and Comparative Law
Author: Seokwoo Lee

between the Korean government’s approach towards Japan in regards to Dokdo which is described as “calm diplomacy” versus the desire of the public and civic groups which want the government to take a more assertive stance with Japan. Professor Yoo examines how political actors such as Korean presidents

In: The Korean Journal of International and Comparative Law

Territorial Issue in Dokdo,” she examines the political context from South Korea’s perspective. Yoo argues that most South Korean leaders and administrations sought to pursue “calm diplomacy” that maintained the claim to Dokdo but did so in a way that tried to avoid antagonizing Japan, even in the face of

In: The Korean Journal of International and Comparative Law

, Nafisa’s calm diplomacy allowed her to avoid many of its depredations, while revealing her integral role in Egyptian social and political life. The Declining Curve On his way from Upper Egypt, expecting to receive power from the French, Murad Bey succumbed to the plague; he died on April 18, 1801

In: Hawwa