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World In Photos, June 24, 2009
China Repoens Tibet For Tourists After Fears Of Riots Ease
China Makes a Song and Dance About Tibet's 'Liberation'
Writer with special interest in China and Tibet
To the average Tibetan, however, March 28th 1959 was not a day of liberation, but a day that marked the beginning of colonial rule when China dissolved the government in Lhasa.
China Arrests Tibetan Protesters Supporting Dalai Lama
Sports, Politics, and Morality on the Olympic Stage
Roger I. Abrams
Richardson Professor of Law, Northeastern University; Author
What then should the world do, if anything, about the official behavior of the Chinese government regarding Tibet?
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