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How I am Choosing my Sikyong Candidate

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by Ngawang Choechen (TibetanReview.net, Dec26’20) The Tibetan community in exile is honored that we have many highly respected persons possessing varied experience and willing to...

Thondup Tsering, A Chithue Candidate Who Walks the Talk

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by Yangchen Tenzin Nangpa* (TibetanReview.net, Dec17’20) As a Tibetan-American living in North America, I want my Chithue candidate to be a mission-driven leader who instills a...

Tibetan Elections: Why are we not voting 

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While lack of interest, lack of knowledge, disillusionment, voter apathy, and low level of political engagement may indeed be reasons for the low level...

TIBET- leading light for the world not the middle but a higher way

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Liem Giok In* suggests that Tibetan youths employ their unique Buddhist heritage to free themselves from the confines of their current preoccupations to aim...

Election Issues of Unity and Trust: Kasur Ngodup Dongchung Fits the Bill

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– by Nawang Phuntsog, Professor Emeritus, USA (TibetanReview.net, Dec04’20) Supporters of Kasur Ngodup Dongchung (KND), led ably by Mr. Kunga Tashi la, recently organized a...

A Call for Early Voting in the Tibetan Election

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Rinchen Namgyal* argues that given the current prevalence of the Covid-19 pandemic, the upcoming exile Tibetan election need not be a choice between health...

A Constitutional Crisis in Gangchen Kyishong

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Kunsang Tanzin* contends that a constitutional crisis has arisen from the refusal of the Standing Committee of the Tibetan Parliament in Exile to submit...

A darker fate?

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Ben Byrne* wonders whether Tibet before the Chinese invasion took place would have accepted a possible American support with conditions whose full range of...

Why am I running for Sikyong?

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- Kasur Lobsang Nyandak Today, we Tibetans are at a significant crossroad in our history. While tremendous opportunities lie ahead to rebuild on the momentum...

Tibet’s rights against China’s might

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Whatever the legal status of Tibet might have been under international law, Tibet around the turn of the 20th century and thereafter abjectly lacked...