In Tibet Unconquered, East Asia expert Diane Wolff explores the status of Tibet over 800 years of history. From the Mongol invasion to the emergence of the Dalai Lama, Wolff investigates the history of political and economic relations between China and Tibet. Looking to the long rule of Chinggis Khan as a model, she argues that by thinking in regional terms, both countries could usher in a new era of prosperity while maintaining their historical and cultural identities. Wolff creates a forward-thinking blueprint for resolving the China-Tibet problem, grounded in the history of the region and the reality of today's political environment, that will guide both countries to peace.
Tibet Unconquered: An Epic Struggle for Freedom
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