This article focuses on what Chinese authorities intend to accomplish politically and diplomatically in the Himalayan region through “development in a peaceful environment” and on how this policy could create ties between the Tibetan Autonomous Region and other Himalayan states and regions. It analyzes the Tibetan Autonomous Region's strategic position and its potential implications for Tibet, Tibetans, and their Himalayan neighbors.

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