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Argument: Mongolia gave diplomatic recognition to the Tibetan state in 1207

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*[http://www.friendsoftibet.org/articles/india.html Lhasang Tsering. "India's Tibet. A Case for Policy Review." 2000] - "that long before the Mongols established the Yuan Dynasty in China in 1279; the Tibetans established a tribute relationship with the Mongols in 1207 and thus averted a military invasion by Gengis Khan. The ties of the Mongols with Tibet not only pre-dated their conquest of China - it was an entirely separate relationship. The Mongols never considered Tibet a Province of China. As such China’s revised claim that ‘Tibet has been a part of China since the Mongol rule over China’ has no substance." *[http://www.friendsoftibet.org/articles/india.html Lhasang Tsering. "India's Tibet. A Case for Policy Review." 2000] - "that long before the Mongols established the Yuan Dynasty in China in 1279; the Tibetans established a tribute relationship with the Mongols in 1207 and thus averted a military invasion by Gengis Khan. The ties of the Mongols with Tibet not only pre-dated their conquest of China - it was an entirely separate relationship. The Mongols never considered Tibet a Province of China. As such China’s revised claim that ‘Tibet has been a part of China since the Mongol rule over China’ has no substance."

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  • Lhasang Tsering. "India's Tibet. A Case for Policy Review." 2000 - "that long before the Mongols established the Yuan Dynasty in China in 1279; the Tibetans established a tribute relationship with the Mongols in 1207 and thus averted a military invasion by Gengis Khan. The ties of the Mongols with Tibet not only pre-dated their conquest of China - it was an entirely separate relationship. The Mongols never considered Tibet a Province of China. As such China’s revised claim that ‘Tibet has been a part of China since the Mongol rule over China’ has no substance."

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