Increased economic engagement between India and China is the only solution to controversial McMahon Line to demarcate international boundaries between India, Tibet and China. The geopolitical and socio-economic situation, demography, governance and strategic issues has changed drastically in the past 100 years.
This was stated by experts at a one-day international conference on “Re-visiting Shimla agreement 1914” organised jointly by Himachal Pradesh University and the Tibet Policy Institute, Dharamsala, here today.
Tashi Phuntsok, secretary, International relations, Central Tibetan Administration, said, “We have come here not to celebrate the century of the agreement, but to recall the historic time as history is not static. We hope for a better future for our people.”[Source]