Reviews on Tibetan Political History: A Compilation of Tibet Journal Articles

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Ms Tenzin Dolma
Library of Tibetan Works and Archives, Jan 1, 2020 - Political Science - 370 pages
In the sixty years since Tibet was incorporated into the People's Republic of China, Tibetans within its border and in exile have never stopped advocating for their sovereignty. Although the Chinese government has constantly put their effort to systematically destroy Tibetan identity, and Chinese propagandist misconstrued interpretation of Tibet's sovereignty, which is evident in their insidious approach in restricting the basic human rights in Tibet such as the freedom of speech and religion. Tibetan determination vividly outweighs China's approach by depicting success stories of not giving up around the world with more supporters and scholars to contribute to this struggle for independence.
 

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Contents

The Historical Status of China in Tibet
1
A Debacle of Secret Diplomacy
17
The Genesis of Chinese Suzerainty and Tibetan Autonomy
51
Democracy Tibetan Independence and Protest under Chinese Rule
101
Traditional Tibetan Polity and its potential for Modernization
127
British Penetration of Intransigent Tibet
141
The Language of Inequality
155
Some Formal Problems of Negotiations and Results of the Simla Conference
167
Remarks on the manipulation of power and authority in the high Himalaya
239
Some Observations on the Draft Constitution of Tibet
259
The Influence of Religion on Tibetan Politics
273
Ministers of the Tibetan Kingdom
285
1948 Tibetan Trade Mission to United Kingdom
311
Tibet and The League of Nations with reference to letters found in The India Office Library under Sir Charles Bells Collections
333
The 1901 Proclamation of HH Dalai Lama XIII
347
Acknowledgements
356

Beginning at the 20th Century
175
After the Fall of Chamdo
189
Bibliography
357
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