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Old Perspective on Sino-Tibetan Relations

Old Perspective on Sino-Tibetan Relations G P Deshpande Tibet: Past and Present by Sir Charles Bell; Oxford University Press, ANY discussion of India's China policy inevitably begins with a discourse on our Tibet policy. Barring Kashmir, Tibet is probably the most widely discussed subject in the foreign policy debates in our country. Reissue of Sir Charles Bells very useful volume 'Tibet: Past and Present'', first publish- ed in 1924, is very valuable; for it throws considerable historical and political light on the Tibetan question as it then bothered His Majesty's Government.

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