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How Tibetans are losing their focus and unity
Vijay Kranti  |  Wednesday, Feb 6, 2013  |  No Comment

As ongoing debate on ‘Rangzen – vs- Autonomy’ issue is leading to an unfortunate division among the Tibetan exile community and fault lines are being dragged to the international supporters’ community — one wonders why …

Century of a loathsome kind
Vijay Kranti  |  Friday, Feb 1, 2013  |  No Comment

At the time of writing this write up, a century of a very different kind — sadly a loathsome kind, is imminent and approaching. It might even approach before this write up goes online or …

China’s Great Leap West
 |  Friday, Jul 2, 2010  |  No Comment
China’s Great Leap West

In a mere quarter century the People’s Republic of China has risen from poverty and isolation into the 21st century’s emergent superpower. This stunning transformation from an agrarian experiment for the Proletariat Revolutionary to a …

Victimization and Guilt
Elliot Sperling  |  Thursday, Apr 1, 2010  |  No Comment

Jamyang, of course the strategy of victimhood is by now getting to be so transparently thin… and so common. Just yesterday the Wall Street Journal had a piece pointing out that in the U.S., the …