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Talk by Mr. Claude Arpi on "New Chinese Leadership and the Tibet Question"

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  • October 04, 2013
    Round Table
    1030 hrs

    Chair: Brig (retd) Rumel Dahiya, DDG, IDSA

    Speaker: Mr. Claude Arpi

    Veneu: Room No. 005

    About the Author

    Born in 1949 in Angoulême, France, Claude Arpi studied dental surgery in Bordeaux University. After graduating as a Dental Surgeon in June 1974, he decided to come to India.

    He is the author of The Fate of Tibet (Har-Anand Publications, 1999); Tibet, le pays sacrifié (Calmann-Lévy, Paris, 2000); And Dark Shall be the Night: The Karma of Tibet (Editions Auroville Press International, 2001); La politique française de Nehru : 1947-1954 (Pavilions Series, Auroville 2002); Cachemire, le paradis perdu (Editions Philippe Picquier, France, 2004);  Born in Sin: the Panchsheel Agreement (Mittal Publications, New Delhi, 2004); India and her Neighbourhood: A French Observers' Views (Har Anand, Delhi, 2005); Tibet: The Lost Frontier (Lancers Publishers); The Negotiations that never were: Dharamsala and Beijing (Lancer Publishers) and 1962: The McMahon Line Saga(Lancer Publishers).

    More recently, he published Glimpses of Tibetan History (The Tibet Museum, Dharamsala, 2013).

    He regularly writes on Tibet, China, India and Indo-French relations for,, The Pioneer, The Statesman, DNA and other Indian publications.

    He is member of the Editorial Board of the Indian Defence Review.