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Chinese Occupation of Tibet In 1949, China entered Tibet with military force and has been occupying the country as. Throughout China's occupation of Tibet, innumerable human rights violations are dedicated towards the Tibetan citizens. By killing and forcing countless Tibetans from the country, destroying most of the Tibetan monasteries and forcing Communist beliefs on the Tibetans, China has succeeded in permanently changing the Nordic culture. Tibet has received some aid from the united states and other nations in the UN but not sufficient to free them out of China's job. Many individual nations as well as the UN have given recognition to the human rights violations in Tibet but to date no nations have risked destroying their relationships with China to formally help Tibet. In order to prevent additional suffering of the Tibetan citizens and destruction of the unique culture, overseas support has to be awarded to Tibet. The US has a lot of sway in this issue and has the ability to pass pro-Tibet laws and put pressure on China to end human rights violations or completely withdraw from the nation and recognize its independence. To make this bold move, the US would have to risk breaking positive connections with China. Tibet's civilization as we once knew it has been wiped out and if action isn't taken to assist Tibetan connections with China the human rights violations will continue. The Chinese government has contemplated Tibet as a part of the country since 1890 when they attempted to open Tibet to trade with Britain. This transaction agreement was met by Tibetan resistance and never became effective. China did no show persistence in its own alleged sovereignty over Tibet before 1949 when China was...