Category Archives: Opinions

  • Lobsang Wangyal Secretary Blinken gives a boost to Free Tibet movement

    US Secretary of State Blinken's meeting with Dongchung is a highly significant move, because it indicates that Tibet matters in US politics, and that the US is concerned about the plight of the Tibetan people. ...

  • Lobsang Wangyal Xi visited Tibet with fear in his heart

    How liberated Tibet really is, is apparent from the way a Chinese president came to Tibet -- President Xi came to Tibet with fear in his heart. ...

  • NS Venkataraman Security concerns of Chinese personnel in Pakistan

    In world politics, money and military power alone is not enough to dominate any region. Chinese are bound to learn this at heavy cost. ...

  • Lobsang Wangyal Meaning of Modi’s Dalai Lama birthday wish

    With that one single Tweet Modi readjusted India's position, and asserted India's rightful place in the scheme of the new geopolitics in the region. ...

  • Laden Tshering Samdup A Time piece for you

    I ain't gone crazy man, the world has. My ramblings are aspects of our life in the lap of the greatest cosmic power that governs our universe: time. The sum and total of these aspects forms our so-called life. ...

  • NS Venkataraman Why India should commit itself to QUAD

    India is a partner with the US, Australia, and Japan, in Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (QUAD). There is no doubt that India's decision to be a member of QUAD is a strategic decision to safeguard India's security interests. ...

  • Laden Tshering Samdup Sangey Menla

    What do we poor mortals do in the midst of this frightening situation? We are told to maintain social distance, but man is a social animal, and when politics is in the air, they become unstoppable Gesars. ...

  • Norbu Tsering Can we have nominated Choeluk MPs?

    Monks are supposed to have preferred the life of spirituality to the tumultuous life of the layman. Throwing them into the messy business of parliamentary politics can be a disservice to the Buddha. ...

  • Lobsang Wangyal Lobsang Sangay’s ten years as Sikyong in a nutshell

    My assessment of Lobsang Sangay's ten years as Sikyong in a nutshell – a disaster, wasted ten precious years for Tibet and the Tibetan people, and the Tibetan unity was fractured. Even the CTA lost its sheen. ...

  • Vijay Kranti A Chinese fraud called “17-Point Agreement”

    The increasing belligerence of China, especially its opaqueness regarding the spread of the deadly Wuhan virus around the world, has the potential to be the battle of Waterloo for China’s communist leaders. ...