Tibet, the Position in International Law: Report of the Conference of International Lawyers on Issues Relating to Self-Determination and Independence for Tibet, London 6-10 January 1993
Serindia Publications, Inc., 1994 - 237 pages
In 1993, a conference of leading international lawyers from 14 countries was held in London to consider the claims of Tibetans for self-determination and independence, within a legal and peaceful framework. Two committees on evidence - each under a judge - examined the material evidence in detail, including submissions by the Chinese government. This is a report of the conclusions reached in the conference. It should assist governments, the international community, international lawyers and all concerned about human rights.
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