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TIBET - CHINA
Dalai Lama: Beijing should learn from the Middle East, only dialogue will save Tibet
The leader of Tibetan Buddhism: "We need a realistic approach to the situation. If we continue to look to the past end up like the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in a permanent". He also urges Tibetans: "viewing the dispute merely through the prism of history would only aggravate the situation."
24/11/2008 TIBET - CHINA
Tibetan leaders reaffirm dialogue and peaceful means
The prime minister of the government in exile tells AsiaNews about the historic meeting. Mistrust toward the current communist leadership, but great trust in the Chinese people. The remarks of the Dalai Lama.
03/07/2008 CHINA - TIBET
Dalai Lama envoys leave Beijing at end of talks
Nothing revealed about outcome. China had re-opened negotiations to avoid a boycott of the Olympics. But the secretary of the Communist Party in Tibet continues his campaign of accusations against the “Dalai Lama’s clique”.
Dalai Lama: China lacks the moral authority to be a super-power
The Tibetan leader earns the support of the European Parliament for Tibetan autonomy (and not independence). In Poland the Dalai Lama will meet Sarkozy. Move to boycott French products in China, but the Foreign Minister invites nationalists to behave “calmly and rationally”.
14/11/2008 CHINA - TIBET - INDIA
Special meeting of Tibetan leaders to reconsider relationship with Beijing
The Dalai Lama has taken note that Beijing does not want to concede anything, and is using "dialogue" only to revive false accusations of violence. Now the Tibetans are seeking new forms of nonviolent confrontation. An interview with one of their leaders.
19/03/2008 INDIA - TIBET – CHINA
Dalai Lama says he will not resign, but will step aside for democracy
Kesang Takla, Foreign Minister for the exiled Tibetan government explains to AsiaNews that the Buddhist leaders’ statement was misinterpreted. The Dalai Lama may step down from temporal power, but not spiritual leadership, in exchange for democratic progress in Tibet.
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