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A seminar course entitled “Contemporary Tibet: Identity, Development and Conflict” is currently being offered under the Master of Arts – Asia Pacific Policy Studies Program (MAPPS). This course explores key issues in understanding modern Tibet as it has emerged since the 1950s. It will also cover a broad range of subjects that not only deal with the politics of Tibet and China but also socio-cultural development in Tibet-speaking regions of China and the Himalayas, as well as among the Tibetan diaspora community. For more details, please see the list of MAPPS Courses.

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