An Important Anniversary Reminds Us: Don’t Forget About Tibet
By Andy Levin
On the anniversary of the 1959 Tibetan uprising against Chinese occupation, we must put Tibetan rights center stage in U.S. foreign policy once again.
Why the Chinese Communist Party Sees Tibetan Monks as ‘Troublemakers’
By Apa Lhamo
The CCP’s strategy for consolidating control over Tibet centers on “sinicizing” Tibetan Buddhism.
Will India’s Hindu Nationalists Play the ‘Tibet Card’ Against China?
By Krzysztof Iwanek
Or will the Tibet card remain buried in the deck?
Chinese Communist Party Vows to 'Sinicize Religions’ in China
By Charlotte Gao
Remarks at the Congress continue last year's campaign to force religions to adapt to “socialist society.”
12 Regions of China: The Tibetan Plateau
By John Lee
The “roof of the world” spans not only the Tibetan Autonomous Region but parts of Qinghai, Sichuan, and Yunnan.
India-China Doklam Standoff: A Chinese Perspective
By Liu Lin
The reasons for the outbreak of tensions are complex, and things could get worse before they could get better.