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Recent Editorials

  • "Getting to Yes" in Sino-Tibetan Dialogue   By the editorial board of The Tibetan Political Review  The classic negotiation book “Getting to Yes”, by Harvard law professor Roger Fisher and anthropologist William Ury, describes how a successful ...
    Posted Mar 7, 2014, 6:26 PM by The Tibetan Political Review
  • Dharma Kings: Recalling the Tibetan Empire Era   By the editorial board of The Tibetan Political Review  Many Tibet supporters know that Tibet was an independent country prior to the 1949-50 invasion by the People’s Republic ...
    Posted Feb 8, 2014, 6:15 PM by The Tibetan Political Review
  • Freedom, Independence, and Autonomy: A Little More Accuracy Please   By the editorial board of The Tibetan Political Review  As part of TPR’s effort to contribute toward a more level-headed discussion on the independence/autonomy debate, we believe ...
    Posted Feb 3, 2014, 7:33 PM by The Tibetan Political Review
  • Stumbling Toward a More Level-Headed Debate on Independence v. Autonomy in 2014?   By the editorial board of The Tibetan Political Review  For those interested in the development of the Tibetan people’s young democracy in exile, 2013 saw some dramatic internal developments ...
    Posted Jan 9, 2014, 5:59 PM by The Tibetan Political Review
  • Living at Gunpoint: A review of Woeser and Wang's "Voices from Tibet"   By Bhuchung D. Sonam (Member of the editorial board of The Tibetan Political Review) Review of Voices from Tibet: Selected Essays and Reportage by Tsering Woeser and Wang Lixiong Translated ...
    Posted Dec 28, 2013, 6:58 AM by The Tibetan Political Review
  • Our Belated Response to the Sikyong's "Ten Questions"   By the editorial board of The Tibetan Political Review  Photo: DIIR/Tibet.net In August 2013, on the anniversary of his second year in office, Sikyong Lobsang Sangay gave an ...
    Posted Dec 19, 2013, 6:11 PM by The Tibetan Political Review
  • Infected with Politics: WHO and China Turn Public Health into Political Battleground   By the editorial board of The Tibetan Political Review  On October 14th, the doctors at Delek Hospital, the main hospital for the hundred and fifty thousand Tibetan refugees in India ...
    Posted Dec 22, 2013, 5:08 PM by The Tibetan Political Review
  • Tibetan Democracy Takes a Step Backwards   By the editorial board of The Tibetan Political Review  On September 20, 2013, the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile (TPiE) spent an entire session censuring Member of Parliament (MP) Karma Chophel ...
    Posted Oct 24, 2013, 6:39 PM by The Tibetan Political Review
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The following North American Chitue candidates have provided responses to TPR's 10 questionsTashi Namgyal (Seattle), Tashi Phuntsok (Calgary), Dicki Chhoyang (Montreal), Tsewang Ngodup (Minnesota), Norbu Tsering (Toronto), and Kunga Thinley (New York).

Recent Articles

  • A Rebuttal to Lobsang Sangay’s Claim of "Baseless" Attacks: The Facts Editors' Note: This article was submitted to TPR by the author.  It is a follow-up to a public debate between the author and the Sikyong conducted in the pages ...
    Posted by The Tibetan Political Review
  • Doing China's Bidding in Nepal   By the Editorial Board of The New York Times   www.usnews.com Excerpt: "A Human Rights Watch report released this month shows how far Nepal has gone in capitulating to ...
    Posted by The Tibetan Political Review
  • China Repeats Rejection of Dalai Lama’s 'Middle Way' for Tibet   By Yeshi Dorje (Voice of America, March 28, 2014) China has marked the 55th anniversary of the dismantling of Tibet’s government in Lhasa with another explicit rejection of the ...
    Posted by The Tibetan Political Review
  • An Unnecessary Resolution   By Kalsang Phuntsok (Toronto, Canada, March 26, 2014)  Today I am writing this as I can no longer stay silent and feign ignorance of this little thing that happened last ...
    Posted Apr 1, 2014, 7:50 PM by The Tibetan Political Review
  • Why is Ngaba Burning?   By Woeser (March 28, 2014) As Kirti Rinpoche put it in his testimony to the U.S. Congress on Nov. 2, 2011: "The Chinese Communist Party has implemented policies of ...
    Posted Mar 30, 2014, 7:46 PM by The Tibetan Political Review
  • The Elephant and the Mouse   By Wang Lixiong (Translated by Elliot Sperling March 13, 2014)  While travelling in Europe in the summer of 2012 I made a special trip to Munich. As a longtime observer ...
    Posted Mar 24, 2014, 5:19 PM by The Tibetan Political Review
  • China Caught in a Bind over Crimea Decision to Quit Ukraine   By Parameswaran Ponnudura (March 18, 2014) A referendum for the independence of Tibet?  A vote for self-determination in Xinjiang?Such questions surrounding the future of the two restive autonomous ...
    Posted Mar 20, 2014, 7:11 PM by The Tibetan Political Review
  • Until a favorable solution is reached   By Choenyi Woeser (Editor of Tibet Express); translated by Tenzin Gaphel  It has been close to 63 years since the infamous 17-point Agreement was signed under duress between Tibet ...
    Posted Mar 19, 2014, 7:38 PM by The Tibetan Political Review
  • EU can play a leading role in the opening of a new page Tibetan-Chinese relations   By Kelsang Gyaltsen (Feb. 19, 2014) Speech of Kelsang Gyaltsen, Special Representative of H. H. the Dalai Lama at the 100th Meeting of the Tibet Intergroup of the European ...
    Posted Mar 19, 2014, 7:21 PM by The Tibetan Political Review
  • Dalai Lama engages with President Obama for third time   By International Campaign for Tibet (Feb. 21, 2014)  His Holiness the Dalai Lama met President Barack Obama today for nearly an hour at the White House. During the meeting, President ...
    Posted Mar 19, 2014, 7:13 PM by The Tibetan Political Review
  • Exclusive Interview: A Journalist Perspective on Tibetan Struggle for Freedom   Tibet Telegraph (Jan. 6, 2014) Tibet Telegraph caught up with Vijay Kranti, a long time supporter of Tibet and a senior Indian journalist who has extensively written about Tibet and ...
    Posted Mar 14, 2014, 10:10 PM by The Tibetan Political Review
  • China and Tibet's Revolution in Exile   By Thubten Samphel (Feb. 27, 2014) Throughout China's long and turbulent history, no people along its imperial fringes have been such a nuisance to the Middle Kingdom as the ...
    Posted Mar 14, 2014, 7:06 AM by The Tibetan Political Review
  • Tibet's Enduring Defiance   By Woeser (March 2, 2014)  On Feb. 27, 2009, three days into the Tibetan New Year, a 24-year-old monk in his crimson and yellow robe emerged from the ...
    Posted Mar 10, 2014, 5:25 PM by The Tibetan Political Review
  • Stanford University Welcomes Chinese Regime's Propaganda   By Gabriel Feinstein (originally published in Epoch Times Feb. 25, 2014) A propaganda show is playing at Stanford University, the latest incursion in a silent war being waged in large ...
    Posted Mar 7, 2014, 9:14 AM by The Tibetan Political Review
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Letters to the Editor:

Letters to the Editor

  • Questions about the Dalai Lama's security   By Senge Rabten (New York, March 6, 2014) For the first time in I don't know how many years I am inclined toagree fully with Jamyang Norbu (Phayul ...
    Posted Mar 7, 2014, 8:58 AM by The Tibetan Political Review
  • Eternal Bickering Is The Price Of Democracy   Dear Editors: Jamyang Norbu had mentioned in his article titled, "The Sad Painful Joke of Tibetan Democracy." To me the title 'Kalon tripa' does not at all sound grandiloquent as ...
    Posted Nov 21, 2013, 6:11 PM by The Tibetan Political Review
  • Re: Tibetan Democracy Takes a Step Backwards   Dear Editors: I am not a hard core follower of Rangzen or the middle path but hard core believer in two things, vision of His Holiness for Tibet and that ...
    Posted Nov 13, 2013, 5:54 PM by The Tibetan Political Review
  • Jealousy   By Zamlha Tempa Gyaltsen (Dharamsala, India) Respected Editor of Tibet Political ReviewI have been reading most of your editorial article but since 2011 election victory for Lobsang Sangay, you ...
    Posted Aug 10, 2013, 6:54 AM by The Tibetan Political Review
  • Response to " If Not Deficit Then What Do You Call This Year's Budget?"   Dear Editors, I appreciate the earlier piece titled If Not Deficit Then What Do You Call This Year's Budget? by Sangye Kunchok. The concerns raised by Sangye la are ...
    Posted May 24, 2013, 12:07 PM by The Tibetan Political Review
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