China's Tibet policy / Dawa Norbu

Author(s): Dawa Norbu, 1949-
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Subjects: Tibet Autonomous Region (China)--Politics and government
China--Relations--China--Tibet Autonomous Region
Tibet Autonomous Region (China)--Relations--China
Formats: Print
Material Type: Books
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: Richmond, Surrey : Curzon Press, 2001
Series: Durham East Asia series
LC Classification: D, DS
Physical Description: xiii, 470 p. : 1 map ; 24 cm
Table of Contents: Acknowledgements
List of Tables
Map of Tibet and Her Neighbours
Introduction 1
Pt. I. Patterns of the Sino-Tibetan Past and Current Political Realities
1. The Origins of Tribute Relations and the Buddhist Factor in Sino-Barbarian Relations 15
2. The Warrior Kings of Tibet (624-842 A.D.) and Tang China (618-756 A.D.): The Strategic Factor 33
3. The Song Dynasty (960-1126) and the Buddhist Revolution in Tibet (842-1247): A Period of Benign Neglect 39
4. The Mongol Empire (1207-1368) and the Sakya Lamas (1244-1358): The Buddhist Factor in Operation 44
5. The Confucian Restoration in Ming China (1368-1662) and the Refeudalization of Post-Sakya Tibet (1337-1565): The Role of Karmapa in Tibetan Politics 55
6. The Manchu Empire (1662-1912) and the Gelugpa Hegemony (1642-1950): The Indigenous Instruments of Indirect Rule 65
7. The Rise of the Han Nation and the End of Indirect Rule: The Consequences of Non-Change in Tibet 86
8. The Anatomy of Tibetan Autonomy: An Agenda for the Twenty-first Century 100
Pt. II. China and Tibet in War and Peace
9. The Warrior Kings of Tibet and the Tang Dynasty 125
10. Imperial China and the Lama Rulers: Imperial Power, a Non-coercive Regime and Military Dependency 137
11. British Interpretations of Sino-Tibetan Relationships: The Genesis of Tibetan "Autonomy" and Chinese "Suzerainty" 148
Pt. III. Tibet in Communist China
12. The Problematics of the Sino-Tibetan Agreement of 1951 179
13. The 1959 Revolt: In Defence of the Value System 210
14. The Political Economy of Communist Rule: Strategic Developments 1951-1998 228
Pt. IV. Tibet in International Politics
15. The Tibet Factor in Sino-American Relations 1948-1998: From Secret Service to Public Pressure 263
16. The Tibet Factor in Sino-Indian Relations: The Centrality of Marginality 283
17. Beijing, Taiwan and the Tibet Question: The Politics of Internal Differentiation 298
Pt. V. Tibet's Future
18. China's Dialogue with the Dalai Lama 1979-1998 315
19. Tibet's Possible Future Structures: The Dalai's and the Dissidents' Visions of Federation 340
20. Self-Determination in the Post-Communist Era: The Tibetan People's Case 363
Notes 392
Bibliography 445
Index 462
Notes: ISBN: 0700704744
Includes bibliographical references (p. 392-461) and index
Contents: The origins of tribute relations and the Buddhist factor in Sino-Barbarian relations -- The warrior kings of Tibet (624-842 A.D.) and Tang China (618-756 A.D.): the strategic factor -- The Song Dynasty (960-1126) and the Buddhist revolution in Tibet (842-1247): a period of benign neglect -- The Mongol Empire (1207-1368) and the Sakya Lamas (1244-1358): the Buddhist factor in operation -- The Confucian restoration in Ming China (1368-1662) and the refeudalization of post-Sakya Tibet (1337-1565): the role of Karmapa in Tibetan politics -- The Manchu Empire (1662-1912) and the Gelugpa hegemony (1642-1950): the indigenous instruments of indirect rule -- The rise of the Han nation and the end of indirect rule: the consequences of non-change in Tibet -- The anatomy of Tibetan autonomy: an agenda for the twenty-first century -- The warrior kings of Tibet and the Tang Dynasty -- Imperial China and the Lama rulers: imperial power, a non-coercive regime and military dependency -- British interpretations of Sino-Tibetan relationships: the genesis of Tibetan "autonomy" and Chinese "Suzerainty" -- The problematics of the Sino-Tibetan Agreement of 1951 -- The 1959 revolt: in defence of the value system -- The political economy of Communist rule: strategic developments 1951-1998 -- The Tibet factor in Sino-American relations 1948-1998: from secret service to public pressure -- The Tibet factor in Sino-Indian relations: the centrality of marginality -- Beijing, Taiwan and the Tibet question: the politics of internal differentiation -- China's dialogue with the Dalai Lama 1979-1998 -- Tibet's possible future structures: the Dalai's and the dissidents' visions of federation -- Self-determination in the post-Communist era: the Tibetan people's case
OCLC Number: 48506610
ISBN/ISSN: 0700704744