Dalai Lama concedes he may be the last
[BBC] DHARAMSALA, Dec 17: Exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama has said he realises that he may be the last to hold the title. more...
Second Day of the 14th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates
[Published by dalailama.com on December 14,2014] Rome, Italy, 13 December 2014 - His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s third day in Rome began with a cordial meeting with a group of Italian parliamentarians, including the Chair of the Human Rights Committee and a Vice President of the Senate. He thanked them for coming to see him and informed them of what he sees as positive signs in relations with China. more...
Peace – Living It. The 14th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates
[dalailama.com] Rome, Italy, 12 December, 2014 – When His Holiness the Dalai Lama arrived early at the venue of the 14th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates, the Auditorium Parco della Musica, this morning, he found that many of his fellow laureates were yet to come. He met first with the Mayor of Rome, Ignazio […] more...
Pope Francis denies Dalai Lama an audience because of China concerns
[Reuters] ROME, Dec 12: Pope Francis has denied a private audience to the Dalai Lama because it could harm the Holy See’s already fraught relations with China, the Vatican said on Friday. more...
Brand Tibet China’s and Tibetan Exiles’ Contrasting Narratives on Tibet
Thupten Samphel, The Huffington Post|December 8, 2014 No struggle in the world is as unequal as the one between Tibet and China. Beijing's position in Tibet is unassailable, reinforced by a network of all-weather roads, airports and an expanding railway line that are integrating the world's highest, largest and remotest plateau more closely to the mainland. more...
China disturbing peaceful Tibet
Claude Arpi, Niticentral | December 6, 2014 Last week, a strange piece of news appeared in The Economic Times (ET), “While transgressions by Chinese soldiers in Ladakh in September and the resultant standoff were widely reported, an incursion of another kind shrouded in mystery is said to have taken place in Tibet at around the same time.” more...
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