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Tibet, America, and the inconsistent rhetoric of the Truman Doctrine
In 1949, Tibet was a peaceful, independent country situated in the Himalayan Mountains. China, its neighbour to the North, however, was under a major transition as its civil war ended. Under the leadership of Mao Zhe Dong, China became a Communist country. One of the first proclamations of this new government was to announce to the world that there was only "One China", and that Tibet was lying within its borders. Without an army that could defend the country from invasion , the Tibetan government looked to the global community for help. America was the leading superpower at this time…
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