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Sino-Tibetan dialogue in the post-Mao era

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This study examines the dialogue process in the Sino-Tibetan dispute from the early years of the post-Mao era to the present. It considers the latest round of discussions between Beijing and the Dalai Lama in light of the failures of the early initiatives as well as the current conditions for dialogue. In its reappraisal of the early failures, the study contends that even when Beijing appeared most inclined to enter into talks, the gap between the two sides was too wide for meaningful engagement. The study then traces the relationship between the PRC and the exiled Tibetan leadership from the PRC and the exiled Tibetan leadership from the early engagement of the 1980s through the protracted stalemate of the 1990s, Jiang Zemin’s abortive exploratory talks of 1997–98, and on to the breakthrough of 2001, when direct contacts between Beijing and Dharamsala were re-established. The study contends that conditions for Sino-Tibetan talks have improved over time. But while factors such as the emergence of domestic critics of China’s Tibet policy suggest a momentum toward engagement, developments such as the institutional restructuring of Beijing’s management of Tibetan affairs signal potential obstacles to serious dialogue. The authors argue that while both sides can benefit from the current process of talking about talks, they will nonetheless find it difficult to overcome their differences on the substantive issues of autonomy and unification. This is the twelfth publication in Policy Studies, a peer-reviewed East-West Center Washington series that presents scholarly analysis of key contemporary domestic and international political, economic, and strategic issues affecting Asia in a policy relevant manner.

StatementTashi Rabgey and Tseten Wangchuk Sharlho.
SeriesPolicy studies,, 12, Policy studies (East-West Center Washington) ;, 12.
ContributionsSharlho, Tseten Wangchuk., East-West Center Washington.
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LC ClassificationsDS786 .R2515 2004
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 74 p. :
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Open LibraryOL3438588M
ISBN 101932728228
LC Control Number2005297533
OCLC/WorldCa57482700

Sino-Tibetan Dialogue in the Post-Mao Era ix ment program. Not only has economic development come at an extraor-dinarily high cost, but, contrary to expectations, the rapid economic expansion in Tibet appears to be creating a heightened sense of ethnic cleavage and dispossession among the Tibetans.

This study examines the dialogue process in the Sino-Tibetan dispute from the early years of the post-Mao era to the present. It considers the latest round of discussions between Beijing and the Dalai Lama in light of the failures of the early initiatives as well as the current conditions for by: 4.

Sino-Tibetan Dialogue in the Post-M ao Era 19 Instead, a week after the W ashington trip, Xinhua r eported that Jiang Zemin had accused T ibetans of using discussions about the contacts to. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rabgey, Tashi. Sino-Tibetan dialogue in the post-Mao era.

Washington, D.C.: East-West Center Washington, © Finally, Tashi Rabgey, one of the most thoughtful commentators on Tibet and an important activist for realist solutions to today's problems, along with Tseten Wangchuk Sharlo, sum up the recent history of Sino-Tibetan relations better than anyone else I have seen.

What is more, Xi has suppressed protests in Hong Kong, arrested hundreds of human rights lawyers and activists, and imposed the tightest media censorship of the post-Mao era. His government has constructed “reeducation” camps in Xinjiang, where it has incarcerated more than a million Uighurs, Kazakhs, and other Muslim minorities.

The East-West Center (EWC), a U.S. think-tank based in Honolulu, has published a report entitled, "Sino-Tibetan Dialogue in the Post-Mao Era: Lessons and Prospects," according to a Februreport by the Tibet Information Network (TIN).

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The EWC paper analyzes the complex relationship between China's leadership and the Dalai Lama since the late s, when Deng Xiaoping introduced the. Tibetan literature generally refers to literature written in the Tibetan language or arising out of Tibetan culture.

Historically, Tibetan has served as a trans-regional literary language that has been used, at different times, from Tibet to Mongolia, Russia, and present-day Bhutan, Nepal, India, and Pakistan. Tashi Rabgey and Tsetan Wanchuk Sharlo. Sino-Tibetan Dialogue in the Post-Mao Era: Lessons and Prospects: Washington, DC East West Center.

Tsepon W.D. Shakabpa, Tibet – A Political History. New Haven: Yale University Press, Tibet Under Communist China –50 Years. Dharamsala: Dept. of Information & International Relations, Sino-Japanese Relations in the Post-Mao Era. This paper analyzes the dialogue process in the Sino-Tibetan dispute, examining the relationship between Beijing and the Dalai Lama from their.

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by plane, train. car and boat. Abstract. Tibet Autonomous Region is in the PRC. It is a plateau on the northeast side of the Himalayas. It adjoins Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region and Qinghai Province to the north, Sichuan Province to the east and Yunnan Province to the southeast, and it shares international borders with Myanmar, India, Bhutan and Nepal to the south and west.

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“Recollection of Events Leading to the First Exchange of Students, Scholars, and Scientists between the United States and the. Sino-Tibetan writers often repeat common Han stereotypes about Tibet: the dialogue with these narratives, and though repeating some of them, it also the liberal cultural policy of the post-Mao era has tended to be much less liberal in the case of alternative narratives that relate to.

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Henry Holt. Westerners on ethnicity and nationalism in the Sino-Tibetan conflict is laudable, Ranging from the late-KMT decades through the Maoist and now post Mao eras, the book shows how local Tibetan efforts to negotiate and adapt negotiations take place in dialogue with two competing visions of reform-era.

This paper analyzes the dialogue process in the Sino-Tibetan dispute, examining the relationship between Beijing and the Dalai Lama from their initial engagement in the early post-Mao years through the protracted stalemate of the s and on to the current experimentation with direct contacts.

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Washington: East-West Center. ISBN Samuel, Geoffrey (). Civilized Shamans: Buddhism in Tibetan Societies. Smithsonian Institution. ISBN Shakabpa, Tsepon W.D [Wangchuk Deden (dbang phyug bde ldan)]: Tibet. Sino-Tibetan Dialogue. Since her appointment as Under Secretary of State for Democracy and Global Affairs in MayPaula Dobriansky also has served as the U.S.

Special Coordinator for Tibet. One of the responsibilities of this position is to encourage negotiations and other contacts between the PRC Government and the Dalai Lama's government.

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By Lodi Gyaltsen Gyari. In an op-ed published in the South China Morning Post, Special Envoy of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Kasur Lodi Gyaltsen Gyari, expressed hope that the present Chinese leadership will seize the opportunity and have the courage to confront the difficult truths of contemporary Tibet, reflecting the kind of boldness of vision shown by Deng Xiaoping and Hu Yaobang.General Overviews.

A number of works have been published that cover the art and architecture of Tibet in a general fashion. Heller provides an excellent historical overview; this work is reviewed by Luczanits Chayet provides a concise introduction to Tibetan art and architecture.

Zla-ba-tshe-ring and Yan provides a comprehensive survey of Tibetan art from the prehistoric.