The middle way or no way

July 29, 2014 12:49 pm0 comments
The middle way or no way

The apologetic rebuff with which leaders of the government of Norway recently shied away from meeting with the visiting exiled spiritual leader of Tibet, the Dalai Lama, citing the overriding imperative to improve relations with a dictatorially demanding China, poses a rather significant challenge to the viability of the middle […]

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TO BE OR NOT TO BE A CITIZEN: The Tibetan dilemma

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TO BE OR NOT TO BE A CITIZEN: The Tibetan dilemma

While the actual status of born Tibetan citizens of India still remains unresolved despite a High Court ruling in their favour in 2010 and the response of the Tibetan people, still yearning for their lost homeland, to the Feb 2014 Election Commission of India’s clearance for their registration as voters […]

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Tibet issue hit by global economic crisis?

May 20, 2014 6:43 pm0 comments
Tibet issue hit by global economic crisis?

By Pema Thinley (TibetanReview.net Mar09’09) China has again closed Tibet to foreigners and deployed extra troops there on a massive scale without any acknowledgement either of these actions or the reasons for them. Forget the fact that such patently emergency measures can only betray state of affairs of utmost seriousness, […]

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Cherish the Tibetan People

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Cherish the Tibetan People

Prof Siddiq Wahid* argues that the Dalai Lama’s considerable climb-down in his position on resolving the Tibet issue has both served to expose the Chinese designs and provides a measure of his confidence in the power of truth. (www.TibetanReview.net, May 29, 2008) There is an old Ladakhi saying, kor chag, […]

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Beijing’s talk offer beggars sincerity

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Beijing’s talk offer beggars sincerity

By Pema Thinley (www.TibetanReview.net, May 3, 2008) The indifferent suddenness and the casualness of the manner in which China sounded out an intention to “have contact and consultation with Dalai’s private representative in the coming days” shows that China did not entirely have its mind committed to what it appeared […]

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China, a prisoner of its Tibet policy

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China, a prisoner of its Tibet policy

By Pema Thinley www.TibetanReview.net, Mar 31’08 China did its best to conceal its violent suppression of the monk-led demonstrations in Lhasa which provoked riots across the Tibetan plateau. It remains steadfast in its determination to use massive force and repression to enforce peace. What is more, it blames the Dalai […]

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Advances made in the Spanish lawsuit on genocide and other crimes in Tibet

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Advances made in the Spanish lawsuit on genocide and other crimes in Tibet

(www.TibetanReview.net, Feb 15, 2008) José Elías Esteve* and Alán Cantos* seeks to reassure that although the crime against humanity lawsuit in the Spanish court against some of the top retired Chinese leaders by and on behalf of Tibetan victims may seem to drag on, there are sound legal and procedural […]

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