India, Tibet and the US: Scoring a Diplomatic Six

Tenzing Dhamdul, FNVA Research Associate

by Tenzing Dhamdul

Recent diplomatic activities involving India, Tibet, and the US have created significant international repercussions, sending a clear message to China. Key events included India’s inauguration of Nalanda University, highlighting Tibetan ties, and a high-profile US delegation’s visit to Dharamshala, where they met with Tibetan leaders, including the Dalai Lama. These actions were met with strong reactions from Beijing, including Chinese President Xi Jinping’s strategic visit to Amdo and official objections to US interactions with Tibetan officials and legislation. Amidst escalating tensions, the international spotlight on Tibet has intensified, presenting a critical moment for geopolitical manoeuvres and potential advancements for India on the global stage.

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