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Tibet has had lots of problems with China since the thirteenth century Yuan Dynasty, and Tibet continues to have protests, riots and immolations defying China. These conflicts continue to have a heavy cultural and political impact on Tibet and China but can be solved through political compromises and international participation to preserve the culture based on current and past attempts. The Tibetan conflict that is present today has roots from centuries in the past. The interaction between Tibet and the Chinese began in the thirteenth century Yuan Dynasty when Tibet was considered a protectorate of China after the Chinese claimed power over them. Tibet’s responsibility was to provide spiritual guidance to the emperors and receive political protection in return (Bajoria 2).During ... ... middle of paper ... ...-Pacific.
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