This study represents a criticism of Chinese scholarship's point of view on the ancient Korean state of Koguryo, within the limits of the so-called "Dongbei Gongcheng". The author especially emphasizes the political nature of Chinese scholarship's attitude, by hypothesizing the Chinese will of establishing (also by denying the "Koreanity" of ancient Koguryo) a definitive influence over the northern part of the Korean peninsula. The territory of today's DPRK, in fact, belonged to Koguryo in ancient times.

"Old and New Reasons for the Controversy on Koguryo:A Geo-Political Comment"

RIOTTO, Maurizio
2009

Abstract

This study represents a criticism of Chinese scholarship's point of view on the ancient Korean state of Koguryo, within the limits of the so-called "Dongbei Gongcheng". The author especially emphasizes the political nature of Chinese scholarship's attitude, by hypothesizing the Chinese will of establishing (also by denying the "Koreanity" of ancient Koguryo) a definitive influence over the northern part of the Korean peninsula. The territory of today's DPRK, in fact, belonged to Koguryo in ancient times.
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