Category Archives: Opinions

  • NS Venkataraman Can China afford a trade war?

    It is extremely doubtful as to whether China can sustain a trade war, since the Chinese economy would virtually collapse if the export of Chinese products were to be considerably curbed. ...

  • Lobsang Wangyal No need to thank India — just grow up a little

    CTA is the hope and heart of six million Tibetans. We need to see some maturity in it. ...

  • Ugyen Gyalpo Time for civic engagement on our political science

    When knowledge and exuberant ignorance collide, when maturity and immature impulsive minds meet, it’s time that we look into the sapling minds of our younger generation. ...

  • Mila Rangzen Sikyong Sangay, the ball is in your court now!

    The 10-point grenade of accusations from Lobsang Sangay did not burst on Penpa Tsering. It just refused to do so. It backfired. ...

  • Nathan Gyatso Sangay’s Ten Commandments with Tibetan characteristics

    It is sad to witness a once-successful society that had been iconic and promising in the eyes of many refugee communities in the world, now beginning to wane. ...

  • Kunchok Gyatso Redefining Unity Destroyer, a new fashion!

    We can condemn, protest, disagree, debate. and discuss any socio-political issues, even bitterly also if required, but not slandering each other! ...

  • NS Venkataraman Sri Lanka’s historic mistake to “gift” Hambantota Port to China

    The Sri Lanka government’s decision to hand over the Hambantota port to China is a classic instance of a government taking decision without viewing the long-term implications. ...

  • Ugyen Gyalpo Closure to a cause

    More than the independence of Tibet, many Tibetans simply wish to see HH return to his rightful place and see another day from the windows of the Potala Palace. ...

  • NS Venkataraman Applaud Myanmar and Bangladesh for accord on Rohingya refugees

    Bangladesh and Myanmar have exhibited extraordinary qualities of wisdom and understanding in reaching an accord for peaceful repatriation of the Rohingya refugees, ...

  • Kunchok Gyatso Division hurts; Unity helps!

    We Tibetans have a responsibility to keep wider perspectives in mind always, to defend our democracy not only for Tibetans -- for the Chinese, and for the world. ...