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State Department Report on Human Rights: 2008

TIBET The United States recognizes the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) and Tibetan autonomous prefectures, counties, and townships in other provinces to be a part of the People’s Republic of China (PRC). The Tibetan population within the TAR was approximately 2.8 million, while the Tibetan population outside the TAR was an estimated 2.9 million. The government […]

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State Department International Religious Freedom Report: 2009

» The following report is available in Tibetan at State Department International Religious Freedom Report, 2009 – Tibetan Translation. TIBET The United States recognizes the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) and Tibetan autonomous prefectures (TAPs), counties, and townships in other provinces, as parts of the People’s Republic of China (PRC). The U.S. Department of State follows […]

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State Department International Religious Freedom Report: 2008

TIBET The United States recognizes the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) and Tibetan autonomous prefectures (TAPs) and counties in other provinces to be a part of the People’s Republic of China (PRC). The U.S. Department of State follows these designations in its reporting. The preservation and development of the Tibetan people’s unique religious, cultural, and linguistic […]

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State Department Report on Human Rights: 2006

TIBET The United States recognizes the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) and Tibetan autonomous prefectures and counties in other provinces to be a part of the People’s Republic of China. The Tibetan population within the TAR was 2.4 million, while in autonomous prefectures and counties outside the TAR the Tibetan population was 2.9 million. The government […]

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State Department International Religious Freedom Report: 2007

TIBET The United States recognizes the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) and Tibetan autonomous counties and prefectures in other provinces to be a part of the People’s Republic of China. The Department of State follows these designations in its reporting. The preservation and development of the Tibetan people’s unique religious, cultural, and linguistic heritage and the […]

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State Department Report on Human Rights: 2005

TIBET The United States recognizes the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) and Tibetan autonomous prefectures and counties in other provinces to be a part of the People’s Republic of China. The Tibetan population within the TAR was 2.4 million, while in autonomous prefectures and counties outside the TAR the Tibetan population was 2.9 million. The preservation […]

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State Department International Religious Freedom Report: 2006

TIBET The United States recognizes the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) and Tibetan autonomous counties and prefectures in other provinces to be a part of the People’s Republic of China. The Department of State follows these designations in its reporting. The preservation and development of the Tibetan people’s unique religious, cultural, and linguistic heritage and the […]

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State Department International Religious Freedom Report: 2005

TIBET The United States recognizes the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) and Tibetan autonomous counties and prefectures in other provinces to be a part of the People’s Republic of China. The Department of State follows these designations in its reporting. The preservation and development of the Tibetan people’s unique religious, cultural, and linguistic heritage and the […]

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US Department of State comments on fourth round of talks

US Department of State Office of the Spokesman For Immediate Release 2005/670 Statement by Sean McCormack, Spokesman Dalai Lama’s Special Envoys Meeting with Chinese Officials The United States is pleased that the Dalai Lama’s Special Envoys met with Chinese officials in Bern, Switzerland, June 29-30. This is the fourth meeting since the two sides renewed […]

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State Department Report on Human Rights: 2004

TIBET The United States recognizes the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) and Tibetan autonomous prefectures and counties in other provinces to be a part of the People’s Republic of China. The Department of State follows these designations in its reporting. The preservation and development of Tibet’s unique religious, cultural, and linguistic heritage and the protection of […]

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State Department Report on Human Rights: 2003

TIBET The United States recognizes the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) and Tibetan autonomous prefectures and counties in other provinces to be a part of the People’s Republic of China. The Department of State follows these designations in its reporting. The preservation and development of Tibet’s unique religious, cultural, and linguistic heritage and the protection of […]

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State Department International Religious Freedom Report: 2004

TIBET The United States recognizes the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) and Tibetan autonomous counties and prefectures in other provinces to be a part of the People’s Republic of China. The Department of State follows these designations in its reporting. The preservation and development of the Tibetan people’s unique religious, cultural, and linguistic heritage and the […]

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State Department International Religious Freedom Report: 2003

TIBET The United States recognizes the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) and Tibetan autonomous counties and prefectures in other provinces to be a part of the People’s Republic of China. The Department of State follows these designations in its reporting. The preservation and development of the Tibetan people’s unique religious, cultural, and linguistic heritage and the […]

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US State Department statement on Dalai Lama’s meeting with Secretary Powell

A State Department spokesman said yesterday that the U.S. is “encouraged” by recent visits of the Dalai Lama’s envoys to China and Tibet and hopeful that the process will lead to substantive dialogue towards a resolution on Tibet. Text of the briefing transcript: Question: Could you confirm the visit by the Dalai Lama to the […]

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US hopes Dharamsala-Beijing contact will lead to negotiated settlement on Tibet

A senior State Department official has said that they are encouraged by the visits of the envoys of the Dalai Lama to China and hopes that such contacts will lead to a negotiated settlement on the Tibetan issue. Participating in a discussion on “Will Religion Flourish under China’s New Leadership?” organized by the Congressional Executive […]

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US State Department reports on human rights in Tibet

The US State Department released its annual report on human rights situation in Tibet on March 31, 2003, which documents series of human rights violations in Tibet. This report is part of the overall Country Reports on Human Rights Practices – 2002 Released by its Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor. The text of […]

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State Department International Religious Freedom Report: 2002

TIBET (The United States recognizes the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR)–hereinafter referred to as “Tibet”–to be part of the People’s Republic of China. The preservation and development of Tibet’s unique religious, cultural, and linguistic heritage and protection of its people’s fundamental human rights continue to be of concern.) The Constitution of the People’s Republic of China […]

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Tibet Section of State Department 2001 Human Rights Report

(The United States recognizes the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) – hereinafter referred to as “Tibet” – to be part of the People’s Republic of China. The preservation and development of Tibet’s unique religious, cultural, and linguistic heritage and protection of its people’s fundamental human rights continue to be of concern.) Respect for the Integrity of […]

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