Category Archives: Opinions

  • Ben Griffin Did Edward Snowden do the right thing?

    Snowden is right to speak out publicly about US privacy intrusions, because the NSA has become one of the threats that it was formed to protect against. ...

  • Lobsang Yeshi HIV/AIDS in the Tibetan diaspora

    The approach of the Tibetan community towards HIV/AIDS oscillates between callous indifference and frantic intensity, despite the gradual swell in HIV/AIDS infections and decade-long awareness campaigns. ...

  • Julian Assange The Banality of “Don’t Be Evil”

    The New Digital Age is essential reading for anyone caught up in the struggle for the future, in view of one simple imperative: Know your enemy. ...

  • Abanti Bhattacharya Chinese Premier’s Visit: Tibet remains the core issue

    Li Keqiang's visit to India raises a pertinent question whether his visit suggests a change in China's strategy towards India or it is a mere continuation of the old one. ...

  • Senge Sering Dalai Lama meets interfaith groups

    I requested His Holiness the Dalai Lama to pray for the freedom of Gilgit-Baltistan. I was hardly able to look at his face while trying to control my tears. ...

  • Anirban Ganguly Our founding fathers stood by the Tibetan cause

    Our stalwarts were clear on the Tibet issue and on the way forward in handling China, but their voices have always fallen on deaf years and we continue to pay a heavy price. ...

  • Tsering Choekyap Serving Tibet better by changing with changing times

    Different times call for different strategies. What is at stake is how best to ensure the survival of the Tibetan identity, in Tibet and outside. ...

  • Jeff Taylor Morals or Money: Dealing with China

    A recent spat with China over David Cameron’s meeting with the Dalai Lama last year could cost the UK economy some £8 billion. ...

  • Brahma Chellaney India sings peace to an occupier

    India's leadership fails to distinguish between caution and pusillanimity: the former helps to avert problems, but the latter conveys weakness and invites more aggression. ...

  • A true son of Tibet

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