China can’t find a single post-1962 document to support its Bhutan border claim


Quartz reports:
Back in the 1950s, Chinese troops marched in and took control of Tibet in what the then newly founded Communist government called a "peaceful liberation." After an uprising against the Communist rule was thwarted, the Dalai Lama, Tibet's Buddhist spiritual leader, fled into exile in India, where he lives to the present day. Tensions between India and China rose after the Tibet episode, culminating in a war over the border in 1962, which ended in India's defeat.
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