China and Tibet

(Blog Post) Lodi Gyari, the Dalai Lama’s representative in Washington, has a good op-ed in the South China Morning Post (by subscription only). In particular, he makes two points that I think Beijing just doesn’t “get.” First:

The third mindset is that China should wait until the passing away of the present Dalai Lama, when the Tibetan issue will naturally disappear. This thinking is based on the belief that a leaderless and disoriented movement would ... Full Story »

Posted by Patricia Blochowiak - via Nicholas Kristof, Google News (China), Umbreen Bhatti (t), Wil Kristin (t), Salvador Sala (t)
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Posted by: Posted by Patricia Blochowiak - Sep 11, 2010 - 9:54 AM PDT
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by Patricia Blochowiak - Sep. 11, 2010

This analysis of the possibilities for peace or violence, for reconciliation or assimilation or oppression, in Tibet is generally well-considered, though there is a modest nonviolent movement in the younger generation that is not considered.

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