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Sunday, February 28, 2021

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...

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...

The Tibet issue as it remains

This editorial appeared in the Jan-Feb 2015 edition of Tibetan Review. The last half a decade or so has not been the best of times...

What’s cooking behind China’s Dalai Lama talks?

Editorial (From the print edition Sept-Oct 2014) Two remarks made recently by Tibet’s exiled spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, caused international news headlines. It is...

Autonomy versus independence versus China

This editorial appeared in the March-April 2015 edition of Tibetan Review.  The immediate provocation for the Mar 10, 1959 uprising in Tibet’s capital Lhasa was...

Understanding the real Tibet issue

This editorial appeared in the Special Issue 2016 edition of Tibetan Review. The Sino-Tibetan conflict today is a battle for minds rather than for territory as...

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...

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...

Tibet medal-of-courage awardee has two sons living in exile

Dear Tibetan Review Members, Tashi Delek to everyone. My name is Dawa Tsering. I am the elder son of Tibetan Political prisoner Mrs. Yeshi Choedon...