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Jawaharlal Nehru with China's Premier Mao Tse-Tung in a picture dated 27 October 1954 during the Indian Prime Minister’s visit to China. The Panchsheel agreement had been signed on April 29 of the same year.(Bettmann Archive)

Review: The End of an Era; India Exits Tibet by Claude Arpi

By Thubten Samphel | Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON SEP 11, 2020 08:03 PM IST
Claude Arpi’s four volumes on Tibet’s relations with India show how China developed its Tibet playbook that includes encroachment, occupation, and the spinning of a narrative of false claims. The last book in the series focuses on the last five years of India’s diplomatic presence in Tibet
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In the run up to signing the Panchsheel agreement: Jawaharlal Nehru with Zhou Enlai, the first Premier of the People's Republic of China (both centre) at Palam Airport on 25 June, 1954.(HT Photo)
In the run up to signing the Panchsheel agreement: Jawaharlal Nehru with Zhou Enlai, the first Premier of the People's Republic of China (both centre) at Palam Airport on 25 June, 1954.(HT Photo)

Review: Tibet: When the Gods Spoke by Claude Arpi

By Thubten Samphel | Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON AUG 17, 2019 10:10 AM IST
Claude Arpi shows that the 1954 Panchsheel Agreement’s guiding principle of non-interference in and respect for each other’s territorial integrity left China to do in Tibet whatever it willed
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A view of Lhasa, Tibet, on March 27, 2019.(VCG via Getty Images)
A view of Lhasa, Tibet, on March 27, 2019.(VCG via Getty Images)

Review: Will Tibet Ever Find Her Soul Again? by Claude Arpi

By Thubten Samphel | Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON APR 05, 2019 05:59 PM IST
Claude Arpi’s new book is particularly relevant as China rolls out the Belt and Road Initiative
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