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Tibet: Time to Review India's Tibet Policy:

       Paper No. 6712                       Dated 16-Dec-2020                                                                                        
                                                                                                                     
By Prof. Ramu Manivannan.
                                                                                               

Tibet Freedom Needs to be Pivotal Thrust of Indian Foreign Policy 2020

Paper No. 6653                       Dated 23-July-2020

By Dr Subhash Kapila

India’s foreign policy establishment and its mandarins for decades have swept under the carpet the issue of Tibet’s “Freedom” from brutal Chinese Military Occupation impelled by misperceived obsessive mindsets of ‘China Appeasement’ and ‘Risk Aversion’ spawned by political timidity of Indian political leadership of past decades.

The Importance of Tibet. Why South and South East Asia Should be Concerned?

Paper No. 6651               Dated 22-July-2020

By Gurvinder Singh

The Indo Gangetic Plain is one of the most  fertile land in the world, thanks to the rivers that flow down from the Himalayas and the Tibet Plateau.. This is why this region evolved naturally to have the highest population densities in the world.

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From Doklam to Tibet

Paper No. 6299                                  Dated 05-Sept-2017

by Dr. Parasaran Rangarajan

As the Doklam standoff ended last week, observers were left wondering what the legal circumstances of the situation is, including the international legal status of Tibet. Even the large online Wikipedia encyclopedia added a section titled “Tibetan sovereignty debate” which was last edited on August 27th, 2017.[1]

China: ‘Central Government Will Approve Dalai Lama’s Reincarnation.’

Paper No. 5984                                            Dated 10-Aug-2015

By D. S. Rajan

Tibet: Symmetrical SAR (Special Administrative Region) For Business

Paper No. 5975                                      Dated 23- July-2015

By Dr. Parasaran Rangarajan

The Indo-Sino Agreement On Tibet Of 1954 (With Exchange Of Notes)

The Agreement Between The Republic Of India And The People’s Republic Of China On Trade And Intercourse Between Tibet Region Of China And India (1954) consists of a bi-lateral treaty with conditions stated in exchange of notes signed by the plenipotentiaries of both nations which are legally binding.

China’s Dalai Lama Dilemma-Pursuing the Wrong Path

Paper No. 5924                                 Dated 4-May-2015

By Bhaskar Roy

There is a lot of talk, and writings, that China’s minorities have become a huge challenge to the Chinese Communist Party and the security and integrity of the nation. How correct is this assessment? The party leadership is convinced that the Tibetans and the Muslim Uighurs pose this threat, encouraged and abetted mainly by the west. 

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