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Senkaku Islands

Definitions

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  • proper noun A chain of islands in the East China Sea, the Japanese name.

Etymologies

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From Japanese 尖閣諸島 (せんかくしょとう, Senkaku shotō).

Examples

  • Japan has administration of the islands, which it calls the Senkaku Islands, but both

    Inform - Politics

  • • The bits of land that the Japanese call the Senkaku Islands and the Chinese call the Diaoyu Islands have triggered conflicts between Beijing and Tokyo before.

    Jeffrey Wasserstrom: Friedman's Flawed Beijing Bulletin

  • • The bits of land that the Japanese call the Senkaku Islands and the Chinese call the Diaoyu Islands have triggered conflicts between Beijing and Tokyo before.

    Jeffrey Wasserstrom: Friedman's Flawed Beijing Bulletin

  • • The bits of land that the Japanese call the Senkaku Islands and the Chinese call the Diaoyu Islands have triggered conflicts between Beijing and Tokyo before.

    Jeffrey Wasserstrom: Friedman's Flawed Beijing Bulletin

  • The Diaoyu Islands, called Senkaku Islands by Japan, lie 167 kilometres north-east of Taiwan and 427 kilometres south-west of Japan's Okinawa island.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • The Diaoyu Islands, called Senkaku Islands by Japan, lie 167 kilometres north-east of Taiwan and 427 kilometres south-west of Japan's Okinawa island.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • The Diaoyu Islands, called Senkaku Islands by Japan, lie 167 kilometres north-east of Taiwan and 427 kilometres south-west of Japan's Okinawa island.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Controversy over the sovereignty of the island group was re-ignited this year when a Taiwanese fishing boat sank after colliding with a Japanese patrol vessel on June 10 near the islands, known as the Senkaku Islands in Japanese.

    Taipei Times

  • Tensions between Japan and China flared in September last year when a Chinese fishing boat crashed into Japan coast guard patrol boats in the potentially resource-rich waters near the Senkaku Islands.

    Japan PM Warns on Defense

  • Japan has a territorial headache of its own with China, over an archipelago in the East China Sea known in Japan as the Senkaku Islands and in China as Diaoyu.

    Japan, Philippines Seek Tighter Ties to Counter China

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