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Articles by Mila Rangzen

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Mila Rangzen is a US military veteran and a New York based Immigration Translator. He can be reached at milarangzen@gmail.com

CTA on the Highway to Autocracy
Sunday, May 25, 2014 – 7:05 am | No Comment
CTA on the Highway to Autocracy

As this article aims to educate the reader on a number of issues confronting Tibetans today, it is necessary to forewarn the reader that they might find some themes that are not directly related. I …

Little Tibet: The Third Way!
Part One
Saturday, Sep 14, 2013 – 3:05 am | 3 Comments
Little Tibet: The Third Way!

With the Chinese political power at its peak on the global stage, Tibet’s future is neither in the hands of Umavas nor Rangzenpas (Proponents of autonomy within China and Tibetan independence respectively) but in the …

The Simple Common Sense of Independence
A review essay of Tom Paine's Common Sense
Monday, May 24, 2010 – 6:03 am | 4 Comments
The Simple Common Sense of Independence

Freedom begins from the double barrel of reason and passion! A few writings have changed humanity and Common Sense is one of them. Were Common Sense not written, most probably America today would still be …