Category Archives: Opinions
Only a free China can free Tibet
12 May 2016 | Yang Jianli
The Tibetan issue is one of most difficult issues facing humanity. It is a test on mankind’s morality and wisdom, especially on the Tibetans and Chinese and the world leaders. ...
Ajai Shukla: Drama in Dharamshala
9 May 2016 | Ajai Shukla
Cancelling Uyghur leader Dolkun Isa's visa could have been a mutual face-saving exercise for New Delhi and Beijing. ...
Thoughts on Sikyong-Elect Dr Lobsang Sangay’s cabinet formation for second term
16 April 2016 | Doring Tenzin Phuntsok
Let us go ministry- or department-wise to see who could be Ministers in Dr Sangay’s second term. ...
The fire in the belly of a Tibetan sweater seller
10 March 2016 | Ugyen Gyalpo
The fire in the belly that has made Tibetans all over India succeed could wishfully be transferred to the Central Tibetan Administration on its working with China and the world for the cause of Tibet. ...
Finding the sources of our political divisiveness
22 January 2016 | Ugyen Gyalpo
To survive the chaotic and sometimes xenophobic attitudes within our polity, we can wait in forgiveness and tolerance for "Time ... healer of all" to ferry us through history to our freedom. ...
The Return Visa fuss
10 January 2016 | Lobsang Wangyal
India is a beautiful place, but the Indian bureaucracy has a long way to go if India wants to make it easier for everyone who is living there, including the Tibetans. ...
Why I will vote Penpa Tsering for Sikyong 2016
6 January 2016 | Mila Rangzen
The dismissal of Lukar Gem was also the loss of issues important to our struggle. Both Tsering and Sangay are Umaylam followers: I choose Penpa Tsering. ...
Rangzen needs to be reviewed
3 January 2016 | Tendar Tsering
Recent incidents are causing many to mull over the idea that maybe the Rangzen model needs to be reviewed, considering the real situation in Tibet and China’s rapidly growing global strength. ...
Arbitrary dance of Tibetan democracy
8 November 2015 | Tashi Shitsetsang
All it takes is for us to achieve a more liberal and transparent democracy is that we make use of our rights, question arbitrariness, and challenge our EC and CTA. ...
Reading the Jonang issue
9 October 2015 | Lobsang Wangyal
As long as the other sects enjoy power and privileges, why should followers of Jonang be denied them? ...