The Historical Status of China's Tibet

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五洲传播出版社, 1997 - 333 páginas
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An interesting book that explains the reason of the Chinese claim over Tibet. It should be read for anyone who wants to learn the conflict thoroughly, to avoid one sided view. Most of the information are true, however there are some information that shows Chinese propagandas that are not important to be written. Also, most of the information doesn't give a strong answer to the solution of the conflict itself. 

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Chinese propaganda

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Introduction
1
Relations Between the Han and the Tibetans During
7
Relations Between the Emperor of the Yuan Dynasty
20
Ming Dynastys Policy of Enfieffment and Tribute
31
The SovereignSubject Relationship Between
45
British Invasion and the Birth of the Myth
80
Tibet Is Not an Independent Political Entity During
111
The Founding of the Peoples Republic of China
183
3 The Local Government of Tibet Refused Peace Talks
204
4 The Signing of the 17Article Agreement and the Peaceful
210
Armed Rebellion in Tibet Opposed the Democratic
223
Tibetan People Acquired Ultimate Human Rights
246
2 Democratic Reform
259
Tibet Institutes Regional National Autonomy
282
The 14th Dalai Lamas Illegal GovernmentinExile
292
Achievements in Construction
303

1I The Chinese Communist Partys Policy for Nationalities
191
Concluding Remarks 330332
330

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