Human Rights Day: Tenzin Dorjee Book Launch

The Tibetan Nonviolent Struggle: A Strategic and Historical Analysis  Contrary to a perception — fueled by Chinese propaganda during the 2008 Tibetan uprising that the Tibetan struggle is heading toward extremism, this study shows that the movement has since the 1950s moved toward a tighter embrace of nonviolent resistance. The study traces this evolution, analyzing […]

What Imran Wants

Ever since Pakistan’s landmark general elections in May 2013 which saw the first transfer of power between civilian governments, opposition leader of the Tehreek e Insaf party or ‘Movement for Justice’, Imran Khan made allegations of corruption and systematic vote rigging. Having initially sought an audit of four disputed constituencies and verification of voters’ thumbprint […]

State of Resistance

“Ever since a National uprising in 2008, Tibet has been in a state of constant resistance against Chinese occupation. The Tibetan people describe this condition – Tsen-göl.” (Tsundue, 2012) Following this year’s 56th anniversary of the Tibetan Peoples’ Uprising (observed 10 March worldwide) Tenpa Dugdak, a Tibetan refugee living in Sydney’s Northern Beaches, told me […]