Born in Sin: The Panchsheel Agreement : the Sacrifice of Tibet
Looks At The Gensis Of The Panchsheel Agreement Between India And China Which Surrenderd Tibet To China. What We Did Still Haunts Us. This Study Concludes With Some Tentative Proposals To Resolve The Current In Passe. 14 Chapters-Appendices-Bibliogrpahy-Index. 10 Maps, 6 Illustrations.
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