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A Return to Tibet for the Dalai Lama?
September 29, 2014

A Return to Tibet for the Dalai Lama?

By Clint Richards
Rumors are once again circulating of a possible return for Tibet’s spiritual leader.
Nobel Laureates Decry Dalai Lama Visa Denial
September 25, 2014

Nobel Laureates Decry Dalai Lama Visa Denial

By Shannon Tiezzi
4 Nobel Laureates will boycott an upcoming summit in Cape Town to protest the exclusion of the Dalai Lama.

The Dalai Lama and the Politics of Reincarnation
September 22, 2014

The Dalai Lama and the Politics of Reincarnation

By Tim Robertson
The Dalai Lama suggests he’ll be the last of his line, and in doing so challenges Chinese imperialism.

Shangri-La: Consuming Paradise
September 18, 2014

Shangri-La: Consuming Paradise

By Brennan O'Connor
A former logging town in Tibet, now a tourist trap, is a world away from its fictional inspiration.

Modi’s Course Correction on Pakistan: Lessons from China’s Tibet Policy
August 27, 2014

Modi’s Course Correction on Pakistan: Lessons from China’s Tibet Policy

By Abanti Bhattacharya
Separating Kashmir from Pakistani relations could help solve India’s sovereignty problem.
India’s Worrying Border Infrastructure Deficit
June 19, 2014

India’s Worrying Border Infrastructure Deficit

By Sudha Ramachandran
A disturbing disparity has emerged in infrastructure development on either side of the disputed Sino-Indian border.

Establishing Quid Pro Quo on the India-China Border
June 14, 2014

Establishing Quid Pro Quo on the India-China Border

By Abanti Bhattacharya
Establishing Indian sovereignty in Arunachal Pradesh could solidify Chinese claims in Tibet.
The 'Cold Peace' Between India and China
May 03, 2014

The 'Cold Peace' Between India and China

By Ankit Panda and Zachary Keck
Our U.S. editors speak with Jeff M. Smith on the factors driving the India-China rivalry.

Interview: Lobsang Sangay
April 07, 2014

Interview: Lobsang Sangay

By Anuradha Sharma
The Diplomat speaks with the prime minister of Tibetans in exile.

In a Sensitive Month, China Touts Progress in Tibet
March 14, 2014

In a Sensitive Month, China Touts Progress in Tibet

By Saransh Sehgal
In move to sway international opinion, Beijing releases development figures and surging tourist numbers.

Pankaj Mishra
March 06, 2014

Pankaj Mishra

By Justin McDonnell
The Diplomat speaks with essayist and novelist Pankaj Mishra about his latest book A Great Clamour: Encounters with China and Its Neighbors, Chinese and Indian mutual distrust, perceptions of Tibet, and Chinese-style capitalism.
Spain Issues Arrest Order For Jiang Zemin, Li Peng
February 11, 2014

Spain Issues Arrest Order For Jiang Zemin, Li Peng

By Shannon Tiezzi
The court's ruling won't affect the accused Chinese leaders, but could have real consequences for China-Spain relations.

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