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Media File Assessment: China Tibet Conflict
Religion and Theology
Pages 3 (753 words)
After analyzing the whole situation critically, the writer is of the views that Indian government should review its policy for Tibet. If India needs cooperation from China in many areas, then they should also think not to displease China from any such action that is in favour of Tibetans…
There is so much material available on the subject of China Tibet conflict, but the writer still intends to add his views in this regard. He wants to applaud his voice for the said issue. Since the issue has been started, a lot of work has been done by many writers and historians but the recent big changes in the matter are of prime nature and this has diverted the world’s attention towards this core issue of the region. With the audible voice of Tibetan youth, a little conservative and some moderate leadership of Dalai Lama has been brought in front of the whole world with more zeal, when the whole world had his eyes on the recent Olympics which were about to held at Beijing China. Therefore, the writer of this article has attempted to see the matter under these circumstances.
In this regard, there are so many questions that arise in the mind of the writer. He wants to visualise the situation in all possible future outcomes, whatever comes out of the present scenario in future and that is the major motive behind writing the whole article and during all the course of the study, he tries to find out the answers of these questions. These questions are undoubtedly very important, because they do include the current, past and expected role of all the stake holders on the issue. If we see Tibet movement from its day one till today, it is evident that the Dalai Lama’s movement has not gained much from China because Chinese are still stuck over their viewpoint of first day what opinion they had about Tibet in start. Moreover, economic and military success of China over the past few decades is also an undeniable fact. ...
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