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In OSM, 37°14'30.6"N 131°51'55.1"E is labeled as Korean territory(Dokdo). However, under international law, 37°14'30.6"N 131°51'55.1"E is Japanese territory(Takeshima). OSM should redisplay the map notation as Takeshima, the territory of Japan.

asked 11 Sep '22, 06:21

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closed 11 Sep '22, 16:21

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The question has been closed for the following reason "Too subjective and argumentative" by SimonPoole 11 Sep '22, 16:21

There is a page about disputed territories on the wiki here and an official policy from the OSMF here

Where a dispute exists OpenStreetMap generally records who controls a place rather than than imposing views on who "should" have it.

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answered 11 Sep '22, 11:20

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