A student’s perspective on the Rangzen and Umaylam conferences

June 17, 2018 6:09 am0 comments
A student’s perspective on the Rangzen and Umaylam conferences

By Choekyi Lhamo* (TibetanReview.net, Jun16, 2018) – The 5th International Rangzen Conference (May 23rd-25th) and the first International Umaylam Conference (May 26th-31st), both held in Dharamsala this year, saw the participation of a large number of Tibetan students. The question how Tibetans can regain their homeland in this unique time […]

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In Memory of an Unknown Hero: Lha-nga Tseten Namgyal

May 8, 2018 11:06 pm0 comments
In Memory of an Unknown Hero: Lha-nga Tseten Namgyal

  By Paljor Tsarong Lha-nga Tseten Namgyal (Tsenamla) recently passed away on April 18, 2018. He was a brave patriotic man who took part in underground political activities against the Chinese even before 1959. After almost 20 years of hard life in Chinese prisons, one would think he would emerge […]

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The Tibet Issue at the United Nations

May 5, 2018 12:24 am0 comments
The Tibet Issue at the United Nations

This article appeared in the Special Issue 2015 edition of the Tibetan Review.  By Professor Yeshi Choedon Thank you very much for inviting me to participate in this symposium in memory of the great Professor Dawa Norbu-la. I first met him at the Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies at Sarnath where […]

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Dalai Lama, not Tibet, is an issue to China

April 29, 2018 1:54 am0 comments
Dalai Lama, not Tibet, is an issue to China

This editorial appeared in the Special Issue 2018 edition of the Tibetan Review. As speculations twirl around the question whether Professor Samdhong Rinpoche did or did not visit Tibet or China in November this year, unrealistic expectations about a new beginning being underway to try to resolve the issue of […]

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WILL DALAI LAMA RETURN TO CHINA?

April 16, 2018 2:49 am1 comment
WILL DALAI LAMA RETURN TO CHINA?

Dr. Sangay’s statement has only further confirmed fears among many observers that an influential section among the Tibetan exile leadership is desperate about cobbling up a deal with China on whatever terms. The very first negotiation point in this deal, as already declared by Dr. Sangay, is bound to be […]

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China’s Foreign Policy and India

April 15, 2018 4:41 am1 comment
China’s Foreign Policy and India

This article appeared in the Special Issue 2015 edition of the Tibetan Review.    Prof. Srikanth Kondapalli, Centre for East Asian Studies, Chinese Division, JNU   My presentation is on Chinese foreign policy vis-à-vis India. I will take a few minutes to broadly operate the major policy options that China has […]

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