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The Bodhisattva Path – A Cosmic Mandate for the Tibetan People, a broader view from an outsider

By: Liem Giok In Contending that the tragic issue of Tibet, for all its appeals to the sympathetic world, lack a political solution as at present, LIEM Giok In* feels that the Tibetan people’s energy and uniquely inherited gift...

Tibet in the Year of the Tiger

Pointing out that the democratic West led by the United States, and branded by China as a ‘paper Tiger’, does not have a great record of being able to defend freedom and democracy when it comes to the crunch...

Restoring Hope for the Future of Tibet

Losang Gyatso* contends that the Tibet issue needs to be strengthened by taking advantage of the fact that the Dalai Lama is not only the charismatic force that garners global support for the Tibet issue but also the one...

Upholding Freedom of Conscience and Belief

(TibetanReview.net, Nov27’21) As the world marked on Nov 25 the 40th anniversary of the UN Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Intolerance and Discrimination Based on Religion or Belief, Rene Wadlow* recalls the history behind this declaration...

Appeasement no antidote to venomous innuendoes: Condemning Monlam Tharchin’s recent statement

Luna L.H.* condemns allegations of political intrigue made against a Dhomey member by Chithue Monlam Tharchin for insidiously implicating the Dhomey constituency as a whole, and hopes that such comments are neither allowed by the Speaker nor tolerated by...

Rough, rocky road lies ahead in parliament for the Sikyong

Norbu Tsering* is concerned that a seemingly domineering coterie of members of the 17th Tibetan Parliament in Exile, some using the tool of scriptural-line flourishes, appear to have made it the sine qua non of their functioning to try...

Crackdown on Buddhism in Tibet?

China’s new religious crackdown in Tibet appears to have a broader context and has especially come at a time when there is growing interest in the mainland on Tibetan culture and spiritual tradition as some Chinese search for a...

Jonathan Mirsky: An Ardent Advocate of Truth and Tibet

A humane, erudite, and a straight-talking man of principle, and a friend of HH the Dalai Lama, the internationally well-known award winning journalist Mr Jonathan Mirsky who passed away earlier this month (Sep 5) will be remembered for his...

Is Voting a Fundamental Right in the Tibetan Exile Polity? A Different View of the Current Tibetan Constitutional Crisis

Tenzin Choeying* argues that the Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission should not have penalized the Standing Committee members of the 16th Tibetan Parliament in Exile (TPiE) as it did for their decision to cancel a session of the TPiE; he...

Why didn’t Nehru help Tibet against the Chinese?

Nehru welcomed the Dalai Lama as a refugee in 1959 and facilitated the establishment of the Tibetan Government in Exile in India. However, he didn’t oppose the Chinese occupation of Tibet and in some ways actively facilitated it, argues...
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17th century climate change doomed Tibet’s Guge kingdom?

(TibetanReview.net, May15’22) – Scientists believe that the collapse of a Tibetan kingdom in western Himalayas, which has long been...
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