Category Archives: Opinions

  • Lobsang Wangyal Sangay’s desperate act for legacy

    A recent announcement by Lobsang Sangay saying he is the first Tibetan leader to enter the White House seems to have created confusion amongst Tibetan people. It deserves to be analysed in depth, if not outright debunked. ...

  • NS Venkataraman RCEP: China’s strategy to browbeat the world

    With several weak countries like Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka falling into China’s trap, China can feel confident that its strategies and approach have been further vindicated by its clever RCEP strategy. ...

  • Lobsang Wangyal Joe Biden will be good for Tibet and the world

    It can be expected that Biden will meet with the Dalai Lama, as he promised. But more than this, what is urgently needed for him to do is address the human rights situation and the environmental degradation in Tibet. ...

  • NS Venkataraman Let not the world underestimate China’s expansionist greed

    There is no greater proof needed about China’s expansionist greed and unscrupulous methods than its aggressive occupation of Tibet, claims in India, suppression in Hong Kong, threats to Taiwan, and claims in the South China Sea. ...

  • Ugyen Gyalpo Let us Tibetans not forget

    Although we Tibetans are a drop in the ocean of all who make up the US population, our political attitudes are swift, robust, and tsunamic. Kudos to that! ...

  • Kunchok Gyatso An open letter to Sameera Khan who sold her conscience

    Out of much compassion and pity, I am writing this to you, Sameera, in a sincere attempt to help you take back your sanity, which you seem to have lost by selling your conscience (zameer) to the CCP. ...

  • Nava Thakuria Losing Corona warriors: Indian media’s way

    The populous country of India has lost nearly 50 working journalists to Covid-19 complications till date, whereas the worldwide media Corona casualties have risen to nearly 450. ...

  • Nyiwoe My Sikyong candidate: The alchemy of great vision

    We should choose our Sikyong based on who can handle the challenges and take full advantages from the present international politics. I believe we should choose Mr Kelsang Dorjee (Kaydor) Aukatsang. ...

  • Norbu Tsering My Sikyong vote for Penpa Tsering, and why

    I will not be surprised if Penpa Tsering la comes out of the elections in the manner of the Phoenix rising from the ashes to be the Sikyong. ...

  • NS Venkataraman QUAD should accord recognition to Taiwan

    The Foreign Ministers of Japan, Australia, USA, and India have now met at Japan under the banner of the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (QUAD) to discuss the future strategies and plans to ensure security in the Asia-Pacific Region. ...