Category Archives: Opinions
Nothing to celebrate about 60 years of Nehruvian folly
30 April 2014 | Claude Arpi
The time has come to look into the history of the troubled years that led to the Panchsheel Agreement, and see what went wrong. ...
1962 – The view from Beijing
8 April 2014 | Shyam Saran
The debate has been reignited over why India suffered a humiliating defeat in the 1962 Sino-Indian War, and whether lessons have been learnt even now. ...
A slave mindset
2 April 2014 | Vijay Kranti
Finding virtues in a dead enemy may be a great virtue in Buddhism, but is national hari-kiri in the struggle of nation striving for freedom and justice. ...
The debacle of Tibet’s salvation
30 March 2014 | Londen Phuntsok
The consciousness of the world must be re-instilled, and Tibet must be free from this debacle of salvation. ...
How Britain, Tibet and China actually chalked out claim lines at the 1914 Simla conference
28 March 2014 | Joe Thomas Karackattu
This week marks the centenary of a key attempt at defining and delimiting the India-China boundary in the eastern sector. The "McMahon Line" was born on 24 March 1914. ...
Chinese grip on Tibet and Buddhists
22 March 2014 | Jayadeva Ranade
The CCP leadership under Xi Jinping continues to accord priority to the "Tibet issue" and exercise authority in Tibetan Buddhist affairs. ...
Why Sikyong Sangay matters
8 March 2014 | Lobsang Wangyal
Why Sangay will have my vote in the next Tibetan election in 2016. And all Tibetans should be alert so that Tibetan unity is not disturbed by outsiders. ...
Creating a cohesive and self-reliant exile Tibetan community
25 February 2014 | Tsewang Rigzin
Possibilities for application of SHG-based micro-credit for generating micro and small enterprises in Tibetan refugee settlements ...
One of the things Obama did right
22 February 2014 | Lobsang Wangyal
By meeting with the Dalai Lama, Obama has thrown the ball into the Chinese court. We now need the other world leaders to stand behind Obama. ...
Reflections on “Tibetan Independence Day”
14 February 2014 | Tenzin Nyinjey
Without some sense of history, without some sense of memory, without falling back creatively on our past, it would be difficult to work for our freedom. ...