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Tibet: The Last Months of a Free Nation: India Tibet Relations (1947-1962): Part 1 Hardcover – Import, 31 Jul 2017
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Claude Arpi was born in 1949 in Angouleme, France. Since 1974, he is settled in South India. He is the author of several books and more than one thousand articles on Tibet, China, India, defence and border issues and Indo-French relations.Claude holds the Field Marshal K.M. Cariappa Chair of Excellence of the United Service Institution of India for his research on India-Tibet Relations.His website (http://www.claudearpi.net) carries the largest number of historical documents on topics such as the Indo-China relations, the flight of the Dalai Lama in 1959 and the consequences of the 1962 Sino-Indian war for India, etc. His blog (http://claudearpi.blogspot.in) is popular with those interested in defence and international relations issues, particularly related to Tibet and China.
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in our northern neighbourhood, where a friendly country to India was replaced by one, which was to become,
a hegemonistic, ambitious, arrogant super power. The country also took advantage of its better strategic
position to humiliate us in 1962, despite all our friendly gestures.