Category Archives: Opinions
Saving Tibet’s unique heritage
7 July 2015 | Brahma Chellaney
New Delhi must not remain a mere spectator to China’s actions in Tibet. India, home to Tibetan exiles, has a legitimate stake in Tibet’s future. ...
Dalai Lama at 80: Praying for the cause
4 July 2015 | Vijay Kranti
The Dalai Lama has publicly expressed his desire to close the institution of Dalai Lama, and leave the Tibetan issue to be settled by elected leaders and future generations of Tibet. ...
Tribute to Kundun
1 July 2015 | Jamyang Dorjee
The Dalai Lama's influence transcends all geographical borders, and he is today the true messenger of Buddha, a living Buddha, a Yug Purush of this millennium. ...
Is the Tibet issue dead?
12 June 2015 | Claude Arpi
Beijing believes that only 'development' can bring 'stability' in the TAR and Tibetan-inhabited areas of Yunnan, Sichuan, Gansu and Qinghai; in such a scenario, Beijing solves the Tibetan issue and the Dalai Lama becomes irrelevant. ...
A man under the bed
28 May 2015 | Tashi Wangchuk
How the money flows among the filmmaker, distributors, and exhibitors: Where does it come from and where does it go? ...
Seven reasons why Dalai Lama should not visit China
23 March 2015 | Vijay Kranti
Knowing Tibet’s place in China’s geo-political aspirations and the significance of the present Dalai Lama in its future game, this probable event holds the potential of changing the geo-political discourse of Asia. ...
What is your identity?
20 January 2015 | Tenzin Namdak
"The Tibetan people will remain alive as distinct from other nationals as long as the Tibetan language exists." ...
PS Never give up
15 January 2015 | Eeha J Singh
Don't let your exile experience get the best of you by tying weights to your ankles. You are a strong people. I am with you, the world is with you. ...
Tibet, The Road Ahead
3 December 2014 | Pam Tenzin Phuntsok
It isn’t Tibetans alone who are fighting for freedom. There are Uyghurs, Manchurians, Mongolians, and even Han Chinese are constantly involved in the freedom struggle. ...
Sizing up Xi’s “Friendly Overture” – Part I
12 November 2014 | Lobsang Yeshi
Xi’s lofty rhetoric about friendship, assuring India of the need to "work together to carry forward the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence" has failed to match genuine actions, as always. ...