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“Right of Return” - Tibetan Refugees

Paper No. 5728                               Dated 23-Jun-2014

By Dr. Parasaran Rangarajan

Tibet: Human Rights Violations

Paper No. 5700                                        Dated 13-May-2014

Dr. Parasaran Rangarajan

Examining Tibet today, the first topic of concern to the international community is spread through the voice of H.H. Dalai Lama and Tibetan government-in-exile; human rights. One cannot overlook the frequency of self-immolations being committed by peaceful Tibetan Buddhist monks who seek to bring attention to the situation in Tibet.

CHINA: Debating a New Tibet Policy

Paper No.5523            Dated 8-July-2013
By Bhaskar Roy
An interview by Professor Jin Wei of the Central Party School to the Hong Kong weekly Asia Weekly published on June 09, 2013 on the Tibetan issue and the Dalai Lama have stirred the Tibet watching community the world over.  

Tibet Freedom Movement Intensifies Through Incessant Self-Immolations

Paper No 5518                                            Dated 28-June-2013

By Dr Subhash Kapila

The Freedom Movement in China Occupied Tibet may soon be heading towards a “Tipping Point” if Chinese forcible suppression of the peaceful freedom movement is not restrained. The incessant self-immolations with dying slogans   of “Freedom for Tibetan People” and “Dalai Lama Must Return, refuse to die down despite Chinese suppression.

Xinjiang-Tibet: Continuing Weaknesses in China’s Peripheral Security


Paper No. 5471                                              Dated 25-Apr-2013

By B. Raman

Ten Uighurs, three Hans and two Mongols working for the Ministry of Public Security in Xinjiang and six Uighur separatists were killed on the morning of April 23, 2013, in an incident in the Selibya Township in the Bachu county, in the Kashgar area of China’s Xinjiang province. The area of the incident is near Xinjiang’s borders with Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan.

Continuing Ferment in Tibetan Areas of China


Paper No. 5454                                        Dated 09-Apr-2013

By B. Raman

The anti-Han and anti-Beijing ferment, marked by endless self-immolations of freedom-loving Tibetans---monks and others, young and old, men and women---- continues in the Tibetan areas of China.

2. There have already been 114 self-immolations so far---the majority in the Tibetan areas of Sichuan, where the self-immolations started in 2009 following Chinese suppression of the monks of the Kirti monastery.

China must Realize Tibet and Tibetans are a Reality

Paper No. 5395                                               Dated 14-Feb-2013

By Bhaskar Roy

The Chinese authorities, that is the Communist Party of China (CPC), must realistically admit that its minorities especially the Tibetans, Uighurs and Mongolians are flesh and blood people. 

Many of the country’s minorities have either disappeared or are too small in number to demand their identity.  That, however, is not the case at least for the Muslim Uighurs of Xinjiang (East Turkistan) and Tibet.


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