Category Archives: Opinions
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. ...
The Tibetan identity is at stake
7 February 2014 | Tenzin P Pamnor
We must take responsibility to explain about Tibet to whomever we are with, to establish our Tibetan identity wherever we are. if we don't fight for it, who will? ...
The great false hope
26 December 2013 | Kunsang Dolma and Evan Denno
If there is going to be a solution for Tibet, it will have to come from within the community. ...
Madiba: The last best revolutionary
16 December 2013 | Tibetan National Congress
We understand where Madiba came from because we are there right now. We knew the man before the world decided to know him. ...
Centenary of the Simla Agreement: What should we do?
6 December 2013 | Narkyid Ngawang Thondup
I would like to request to all that in 2014 the centenary of the signing of the Simla Agreement should be marked with the most memorable events. ...
Taking out the trash: Time to speak up to abuse
17 November 2013 | Kunsang Dolma
Abuse is the type of trash that doesn't belong in our culture, it would be better to be picked up, taken out, and burned somewhere. ...
Jamyang Norbu: A blind man on a blind horse
13 November 2013 | Nathan Gyatso
There are scores of blind men riding a blind horse running aimlessly in a vast desert, far away from the reality of the True Tibetan circumstance. ...
Is Migrating to a “New Tibet” the Solution?
11 November 2013 | Mila Rangzen
Four decades of Middle Way Approach (MWA) with no Genuine Autonomy in sight proves that it has failed. An alternative: demand Independence for the Kongpo area. ...
Jamyang Norbu: The merchant of mendacity?
8 November 2013 | Jay Gelek
I can't understand what Jamyang Norbu was thinking when he wrote his latest piece "the sad painful joke of Tibetan democracy". To me it defies common sense to compare the efficacy of a nascent democracy. ...