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China’s heavy Olympic footprint on Tibet

On the eve of an Olympics closing ceremony, which will include a final propaganda push on Tibet, tight security remains in place across the Tibetan plateau, including shoot to kill orders to prevent further unrest during the final days of the Olympics Games. Beginning in March and continuing in the weeks and months preceding the […]

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Tibet at a Turning Point

Tibet at a Turning Point

DOWNLOAD THE REPORT » Since March 10, a tidal wave of mainly peaceful protests against the Chinese government has swept across Tibet. Tibetans have risked their lives to demonstrate that their exiled leader the Dalai Lama represents their interests, and not the Chinese state. This uprising is a result of more than half a century […]

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New report reveals intensified crackdown in Tibet as Olympics opens

Despite its promotion of a ‘peaceful Olympics’, China has intensified its crackdown on Tibet this week following the most significant uprising in nearly 50 years. The wave of mainly peaceful protests against the Chinese government that has swept across Tibet since March 10 is a result of more than half a century of Communist Party […]

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