International resolutions and recognitions on Tibet, 1959 to 1997
Dept. for Information and International Relations, Central Tibetan Administration, 1997 - Tibet (China) - 166 pages
Senate on December 6, 1990 and House of Representatives on June 6, 1991.
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THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE
Norwegian Nobel Committee October 51989
UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY 4 Resolution 1353 XIV October 211959
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