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Indo - China Relations - The Dalai Lama Issue
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Indo - China Relations - The Dalai Lama Issue.

Ayussh Sanghi is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Ayussh Sanghi
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Sir, please make video on India and USA.... It will be very helpful to us
Hi Ayush!! We r not able to know that this course is for which year examination??? Kindly include this information in the introduction or in any other lecture.
Amazing course . Please keep enlightening us by making other videos of economy and IR . PLEASE . :)
I think Tibet issue(inciting violence) had nothing to do with Dalai Lama's Arunachal Pradesh visit....They'll protest even our PM visits....
  1. India-China Relations

  2. General studies paper iii Topic- international relations


  4. PART 1


  6. The Dalai Lama Factor in Sino-Indian Relations . Dalai Lama "is a highly politicized symbol in China's diplomacy," so much so that a country's attitude toward him affects almost "the entire relationship" with China.

  7. The Dalai Lama Factor in Sino-Indian Relations China has stridently opposed recent Dalai Lama's visit to Arunachal Pradesh. India and China view both the Dalai Lama and Arunachal Pradesh very differently. . From India's perspective, the Dalai Lama is the spiritual leader of the Tibetan Buddhist community, and so has the right to minister to his followers at the great Tibetan Buddhist monastery in Tawang and, because Arunachal Pradesh is a state of the Indian union, what happens there is India's decision alone.

  8. The Dalai Lama Factor in Sino-Indian Relations In China's view, however, Arunachal Pradesh is not really India's. In any case, says China, the Dalai Lama is not a spiritual leader, but a political one. And, given his support for Tibetan self-rule (Chinese officials angrily call him a "splittist") his visit to a sensitive border area is being viewed as a deliberate provocation. . Chinese soldiers promptly crossed the disputed frontier with India in the Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir, going so far as to pitch tents on land that India considers its sovereign territory. Mini-crisis was followed by a series of policy setbacks that reflected China's scant regard for India's sensitivities on various issues.


  10. other issues that followed China opposed India's bid (strongly supported by the United States) for membership in the Nuclear Suppliers Group. . It blocked India's request to name Masood Azhar, the head of Jaish- e-Mohammed (a Pakistani terrorist group), to a United Nations Security Council blacklist, despite support for the move from the council's 14 other members