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Is Chinese Rule in Tibet Colonial?

While China claims that Tibet has been part of China since ancient times and speaks of having only liberated it, peacefully, Dr Gyal Lo* finds, based on the yardstick...

Ghost of ‘Resolution No. 39’ continues to haunt exile Tibetan parliament

EDITORIAL (TibetanReview.net, Sep11’22) – A quorum-busting section of members of the Tibetan Parliament in Exile (TPiE) has staged a...

Please Go Get The Popcorn!

(TibetanReview.net, Sep10’22) After decades of being refugees I realize that we’ve become unused to giving towards our own interests....

What Tibetan exile icons are reading this summer

(TibetanReview.net, Aug21’22) Tibetan Review is giving you a time to tune out the news, for a second, so that...

Sinicization will not succeed, Basuria will be free again

While no one can predict what any possible or eventual breakup of the People’s Republic of China will...
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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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...
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