India & China, 1904-2004: a century of peace and conflict
This Volume Traces The Genesis Of The Present Conflict Between India And China From The Expansionist Policies Of The British And The Manchus In The Himalayan Regions. The Respective Expansionist Policies Resulted In The Making Of A Common Border Between India And China; The Spin Off Of Which Is The Present Geopolitical Conflict.
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British Military Expeditions to Tibet
The AngloRussian Convention over Tibet 1907
The Chinese Annexation of Xinjiang
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