January 09, 2021
The Underlying Politics of Poverty Alleviation in Tibet
By Palden Sonam
Trainings and relocations of Tibetan nomads and farmers are aimed more at political stability than poverty alleviation.
December 30, 2020
Amid US-China Tensions, Tibetans Seize the Moment
By Kevin Holden
A Tibetan leader presses the U.S. to punish China for crimes against humanity.
October 16, 2020
US Appoints New Special Coordinator for Tibetan Affairs
By Abhijnan Rej
Beyond tokenism, the concurrent appointment of Robert Destro to the position does not signify much.
August 18, 2020
Trouble on China’s Periphery: The Stability-Instability Paradox
By David Skidmore
Today's Chinese nationalism is built on CCP loyalty and Han culture and identity – and thus leaves out a large number of China’s people.
August 13, 2020
The Tangled History of the ‘Tibet Card’
By Ben Hales
It is impossible to understand the transformation of a population into a political “card” without understanding Tibet’s early 20th century.
July 16, 2020
Is India Ready to Play the ‘Tibet Card’ in Its Battle With China?
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Talk of a “Tibet card” in India’s hands is not new, but is New Delhi likely to play it?
April 22, 2020
China’s Hidden Crackdown in Tibet
By Kate Saunders
The Chinese state has used the coronavirus pandemic to deepen its advance into the private and devotional lives of Tibetans.
July 16, 2019
How WeChat Conquered Tibet
By Tenzin Dalha
Tibetans know the surveillance risks, but many choose to give up privacy for convenience.
May 24, 2019
Where Does Tibet Fit Into the US-China Relationship?
By Eleanor Albert
With the U.S. ambassador's visit, Tibet may again be poised to play a larger role in US-China relations.
March 27, 2019
A Test Case for Reciprocity: The US Reciprocal Access to Tibet Act
By Natasha Kassam
Can the Act actually inspire China to loosen restrictions on travel to Tibet?
March 20, 2019
Beijing: Dalai Lama’s Reincarnation Must Comply With Chinese Laws
By Charlotte Gao
Dalai Lama says it is possible that his successor might be found in India.
September 22, 2018
A Boiling Pot: The CCP’s Increasingly Intrusive Surveillance in Tibet
By Tenzin Tsultrim
China’s repressive campaign in Xinjiang is now well-known. But what about Tibet?