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Battleground Tibet:History, Background, and Perspectives of an International Conflict(English Edition)

Author:Albert Ettinger

Publication date:2018-01-01

ISBN:9787508533988

Language:English

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  • Cover

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  • Titlepage

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  • Contents

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  • Author Introduction

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  • Insert 1

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  • Insert 2

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  • Preface

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  • 1 Lots of questions, and no hasty answers please!

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  • 2 Historiography and journalism between facts, myths and propaganda lies

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  • 3 More than one thousand years ago: Chinese culture for a kingdom of barbaric warriors

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  • 4 Common history: the Mongolian, Ming, and Manchu emperors

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  • 5 "Chinese cake" on the menu for greedy colonial powers

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  • 6 Tibetan "independence" as a project of the British Empire

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  • 7 The 13th Dalai Lama, tyrant of Lhasa

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  • 8 Failed modernisation, failed "state": Tibet under the 13th Dalai Lama and his successors

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  • 9 Three rusting cars, bagpipes and play money printed by hand

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  • 10 After the thirteenth: intrigues, banishments and squeezed-out eyeballs

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  • 11 Lamaist greed and immorality: His Holiness Reting Rinpoche

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  • 12 Civil war in Lhasa: political murders, belligerent monks, and a ransacked monastery

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  • 13 Reting's most important legacy: a "Chinese" Dalai Lama

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  • 14 The "Tibetan trade mission": Great Britain and the USA refuse to grant the "lama state" international recognition

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  • 15 A new type of army, Red Scare and 17 points as the basis for peaceful liberation

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  • 16 "Winds of Change" – approaches to reform, a political honeymoon, and a forgotten love poem

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  • 17 Hunger, economic boycott, and a Tibetan Ku Klux Clan – reactionary circles thwart the 17 Point Agreement

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  • 18 The early exile, the "holy family" and the rich uncle from America

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  • 19 Khampa uprising: robbers and "holy warriors" become CIA "freedom fighters"

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  • 20 Lhasa 1959: Khampas and the CIA stage a "people's uprising" and bring the Dalai Lama out of the country

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  • 21 "Tibet" in exile: mismanagement, prosperity at the expense of others and democracy as a facade

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  • 22 "International Commission of Jurists": CIA jurists enter the Cold War

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  • 23 Stories from wonderland: how a "genocide" resulted in unprecedented population growth...

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  • 24 ...and how a "cultural genocide" triggered a cultural blossoming

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  • 25 "Give the Emperor what belongs to the Emperor!" – Religious freedom and its limits

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  • 26 The human rights to education and development

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  • 27 "Tibetans aren't Chinese": the racial argument

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  • 28 The Dalai Lama's "Greater Tibet" – a call for racial hatred, ethnic cleansing, war, and genocide

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  • 29 Nazi friends of the Dalai Lama: the "Austrian mountaineer" Heinrich Harrer

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  • 30 Nazi friends of the Dalai Lama: the "race researcher" and war criminal Bruno Beger

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  • 31 Nazi friends of the Dalai Lama: the right-wing scene

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  • 32 ICT, NED, RwB: continuation of the CIA war with other means

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  • 33 Burning for the Dalai Lama?

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  • References

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  • Copyright

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  • Backcover

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