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India and Her Neighbourhood

Claude Arpi (Author)
Synopsis For the past 30 years, Claude Arpi has been a keen observer of the political developments in India and her neighbourhood. In the early 90’s, he has writing on current affairs in the region, sharing with his readers his research on the history of the subcontinent. This series of articles published over a span of ten years covers subjects as diverse as the Dalai Lama’s non-violent struggle for Tibet’s ‘genuine autonomy’, the rise of China, the Kashmir imbroglio and the relations between India and France, all subjects close to his heart. Written by an outsider by birth but insider by heart, the compilation leads the reader through these momentous times for the Asian continent.
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About the author

Claude Arpi

Born in Angouleme (France) Claude Arpi's real quest started thirty-three years ago with a journey to the Indian Himalayas. Since then he has been an enthusiastic student of the history of Tibet, China and the subcontinent. After graduating from Bordeaux University in 1974, he decided to live in India and settled in the South where he is still staying with his Indian wife and young daughter. He is the author of "The Fate of Tibet" (Har-Anand Publications, 1999), "Tibet, le pays sacrifie" (Calmann-Levy, Paris, 2000), "La politique francaise de Nehru: 1947-1954"(Pavilions Series, Auroville, 2001), "Cachemire: le paradis perdu" (Editions Philippe Picquier, France, 2004) and "Born in Sin: The panchshed Agreement"  (Mittal Publications, New Delhi, 2004). He writes regularly on Tibet, China, India and Indo-French relations.

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Bibliographic information

Title India and Her Neighbourhood
Author Claude Arpi
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8124110972
length 364p., Index; 23cm.