Category Archives: Elsewhere on the Web
‘China Doesn’t See Us as Friends’: Patel’s Letter to Nehru in 1950
29 May 2020
These are some of the questions which occur to my mind. It is possible that a consideration of these matters may lead us into wider questions of our relationship with China, Russia, America, Britain and Burma. ...
Can McMahon Line dispute be resolved?
19 November 2019 | Pradip Phanjoubam
More than a century after the McMahon Line was drawn at the tripartite Simla Convention of 1913-1914 between British India, Tibet and China, uncertainty over the Indo-China boundary in the Northeast remains a festering sore. ...
China’s Tibet enjoys development, religious freedom: Chinese ambassador to India
7 November 2019
Tibet has been part of China since ancient times and it enjoys development and religious freedom, Chinese Ambassador to India Sun Weidong wrote in an article published in the Hindustan Times ...
Commentary: 14th Dalai Lama’s ebbing influence in Tibet
7 July 2019
Sixty years after the 14th Dalai Lama, who fled China in the wake of a failed coup to resist the slave abolition reform, his following among people in Tibet is waning. ...
Enigma of the Dalai Lama
10 June 2019 | Khalid Saleem
It is something of a pity that, despite having won the Nobel Prize for Peace, the Dalai Lama has hardly been seen as an agitator on the side of peace. ...
China hopes US ambassador will better understand Tibet through visit
22 May 2019
China hopes the US Ambassador to China Terry Branstad will have a deeper understanding of Tibet Autonomous Region through his visit, Foreign Ministry Spokesman Lu Kang said Monday. ...
Dalai Lama lets slip how India vetoed his meeting with China’s leader in 2014
19 May 2019 | Michael Safi and Lily Kuo
China’s President Xi Jinping agreed to meet the Dalai Lama during a state visit to India in 2014, but the plan was quashed by Delhi, the Buddhist spiritual leader has said. ...
BRI’s impact on Tibet require far wider scrutiny
4 May 2019 | Dipanjan Roy Chaudhury
The second edition of Belt and Road Initiative or BRI Summit is over but the mega project deserves far greater scrutiny than it is currently receiving, including the impact that it may have. ...
Vote result won’t hurt Modi’s bid to boost ties
16 April 2019 | Long Xingchun
The development of China-India relations should be partly attributed to the Modi administration's efforts and India's awareness of China's significance and the fact that Beijing can bring ...
US Tibet Act interferes with China’s internal affairs
27 March 2019
China's Foreign Ministry slammed the US Reciprocal Access to Tibet Act (RATA), saying it "has severely violated the basic codes of international relations and is a violent interference. ...