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A Year After the March 2008 Protests
Is China Promoting Stability in Tibet?
Elliot Sperling  |  Friday, Mar 13, 2009  |  No Comment

Statement to Congressional-Executive Commission on China
I would like, at the outset, to express my gratitude to the Congressional-Executive Commission on China for inviting me to appear before you today. I have addressed this commission before …

“Serf Emancipation Day” and China’s New Offensive on Tibet
Warren W. Smith Jr.  |  Friday, Mar 13, 2009  |  No Comment
“Serf Emancipation Day” and China’s New Offensive on Tibet

Statement submitted to the Congressional-Executive Commission on China Roundtable on Tibet, 13 March 2009
The Tibetan revolt that culminated in Lhasa on 10 March 1959 began in eastern Tibet in 1956 in response to China’s so-called …

The China-Dalai Lama Dialogue: Prospects for Progress
Statement at the Congressional-Executive Commission on China
Sonam Wangdu  |  Monday, Mar 13, 2006  |  No Comment

“If the US abides by Prime Minister Samdhong Rinpoche’s misperception of the progress of these talks, the danger exists that China will continue to forestall negotiations in the hopes for a post-Dalai Lama scenario where …

Some Considerations on the Tibet Issue
Statement at the Congressional-Executive Commission on China
Elliot Sperling  |  Tuesday, Jun 11, 2002  |  No Comment

Statement by Elliot Sperling, Associate Professor of Tibetan Studies and Chair, Department of Central Eurasian Studies, Indiana University, Congressional-Executive Commission on China, June 10, 2002
I am grateful to the Congressional-Executive Commission on China for affording …