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Tibet: The Issue is Independence (Tibetans-In-Exile Address the Key Tibetan Issue the World Avoids)
Author : Edward Lazar
ISBN : 8176210285
Format : 93 Pages, 8.2" X 5.5",paperback
Publisher : Full Circle
Year of publication: 2000
Book Id :BU021  
Language : English
 U.S $ 15.95

 

 

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Tibet is a colony of China, conquered by force. But, in a world that has reflected colonialism, it is tragic that the issue of independence for Tibet is avoided. The U.S. and other countries do ask the Chinese to treat Tibetans better, but they are not demanding that china end its lillegal occupation. Even many of Tibet's friends who acclaim Tibetan wisdom and culture don't speak out for Tibetan independence because that would be "too political" or "urealistic". In Tibet: The Issue is Independence; eight Tibetans confront the weakness of this international response to the occupation of Tibet. These Tibetan authors, with clarity and passion, focus directly on the central issue for Tibet- the issue of independence. They counter the complacency and defeatism that has allowed the Chinese occupation to continue for four decades without persistent challenge. This book will be a revelation for readers new to the issue of Tibet and it will provide a provocative jolt to anyone already interested in Tibetan culture, the Tibetan people, and the contribution an independent Tibet can make to Central Asia and the world.

"The issue of Tibetan independence is one that has bedeviled the relations between Lhasa and Beijing for decades. This book is an excellent introduction to how Tibetans feel about this bitter dispute and how they would like to see it resolved."

 

 

 

 

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