Chinese invasion over Tibet had major impacts on the geopolitics in the Himalayan region. The political asylum that India gave to Dalai Lama and Tibetan refugees had complicated the relations between India and China significantly. In this context, this book broadly discusses the historical background of the Tibetan issue and also Tibet issue as a factor in India-China relations during the post British period. The book also focuses on the Tibetan Government in Exile - a government without a state - and its activities. How do the exile government functioning in Indian territory impact India-China relations at this point of time is something interesting which this book looks into.
Dr. Sebastian N is currently working as Senior Assistant Professor of International Relations, Sikkim University. He is Educated from Mahatma Gandhi University and took his PhD from Jawaharlal Nehru University. He has also taught at Calicut University. He has published edited books and number of articles on International issues like Globalization, Politics in South Asia, social development, Islamic movements and Democracy. His area specialization is Globalization, Political Economy and North Africa.