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UK-China relations – no change, no apology

by Philippa Carrick, CEO of Tibet Society What we are seeing in news reports about UK-China relations, initially published in Xinhua (the Chinese state-run news agency) and then taken up by The Telegraph, which ran a piece featured in its … Continue reading

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Voices of Freedom

The following is the introductary speech to Voices of Freedom (a concert held in central London on 12 December 2012 to highlight cultural resistance in China and to mark Human Rights Da), given by Jessica Trevis, who works at Amnesty … Continue reading

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The speech David Cameron could have given at the United Nations

On reading David Cameron’s address to the UN General Assmbly about Syria and the Middle East (on 26 September) it occurred to us he could so easily have been talking about Tibet.  Wouldn’t it have been great had he given … Continue reading

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A referendum to end the crisis in Tibet

Allowing Tibetans in Tibet to choose their own destiny may be the only way to end the current crisis and political deadlock. The following article, by Tsering Passang, first appeared on the Open Democracy website on 30 August 2012. Tsering … Continue reading

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