Category Archives: Interviews

  • Will work to restart the Sino-Tibetan dialogue

    PENPA TSERING, the newly elected president of the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) -- known earlier as the Tibetan government-in-exile -- has plans to approach the Chinese government to facilitate the visit of the Dalai Lama to China. ...

  • US support for Tibet will always be bipartisan

    For the past 60 years, the Tibet issue has enjoyed bipartisan support in the US Congress and also in the administration. Support for Tibet will always remain bipartisan. ...

  • Target China beyond the border: Vijay Kranti

    An expert on China and Tibet affairs, Vijay Kranti is an author, traveller, photographer, media educationist, and former staffer of BBC World, Deutsche Welle (German) and Radio Voice of America. ...

  • Deployment of SFF has upset China immensely: Former advisor to GoI

    The country should handle SFF like all the instruments under its command. Information about the SFF's recruitment, postings etc are things that are best kept under wraps. Even if the enemy knows about them, why put an address to them? ...

  • ‘Make Tibet a peace zone, border issue will be over’: Lobsang Sangay

    Even in this Covid-19 era, China is capitalising the global health crisis to serve its own political interest, instead of joining the world to fight the pandemic collectively. ...

  • Nepal needs to change its policy towards Tibetans: Gopal Krishna Siwakoti

    Interview with Gopal Krishna Siwakoti, President of the International Institute for Human Rights, Environment, and Development, in Kathmandu, who has been working for the rights of all refugees, including Tibetans. ...

  • Personal moves of Dalai Lama won’t be recognised: Chinese official

    A top Chinese government official in Tibetan autonomous region has said that China will not recognise any personal moves of 14th Dalai Lama on his successor. ...

  • Beyond Beijing: 1989 in Changsha

    Thirty years ago, the CCP’s army massacred peaceful demonstrators on Tian’anmen square, putting an end to a nationwide protest movement. Andréa Worden remembers 1989 in Changsha and Beijing. ...

  • Visiting McLeod Ganj to show support for Tibet: Estonian Parliamentarian Yoko Alender

    The question of Tibet is more than that: It is a question of human rights and democratic values for all of us, and actually something we all can relate to. ...

  • The Tibet Question

    Despite six decades of Chinese rule, maintaining domestic stability in Tibet is a challenge for Beijing, JNU professor Swaran Singh tells Sapna Singh in an interview. ...