US Policy on Tibet Has Lost its Way. We Want to Change That.
By Jim McGovern and Michael T. McCaul
For years, Chinese officials have attempted to rewrite history. Now 2 Congressmen say the U.S. should push back on the CCP’s distortion of history rather than abetting it.
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.
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.
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.
Did the US Just Abandon Tibet?
By Pradeep Nair and Sandeep Sharma
A brief history of U.S. Tibet policy -- and how Trump just turned everything upside down.