New President of the Tibetan Exile Government Hopes to Resume Talks With China
By Ashwini Bhatia
Beijing should adopt a “middle way approach" that gives Tibetans autonomy, Penpa Tsering says.
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.
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.
The Cyber War Against Tibet
By Tenzin Dalha
Cyberattacks are having a chilling effect on the Central Tibetan Administration and Tibetan diaspora.
What Every Tibetan Wants
By Vishal Arora
The youngest member of the India-based Tibetan parliament-in-exile talks about her dream for her homeland.
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.”
Interview: Lobsang Sangay
By Sanjay Kumar
The prime minister of the Tibetan government-in-exile speaks about the future of the Tibetan cause.