March 10

Dalai Lama Welcomes China Openness to Talks

The International Herald Tribune reports on cautious moves to restart negotiations between Beijing and the Tibetan government-in-exile: The Tibetan government-in-exile over the weekend welcomed China’s stated willingness to hold...

Tibet Atrocities Dot Official China History

The New York Times reports on an exhibit in Beijing which gives the official history of Tibet: With Tibet closed to foreign journalists and much of the region suddenly, and mysteriously, troubled by patchy phone and Internet...

50 Years after Uprising, a Clampdown on Tibetans

The New York Times reports on an increasing clampdown in Tibetan areas as authorities strive to avoid unrest as the 50th anniversary of the failed Tibetan uprising approaches on March 10: Now, the authorities have imposed an...

The Year of Living Dissidently

The Economist looks at what is in store for China with a number of politically sensitive anniversaries approaching in 2009: As China’s economic growth falters and unemployment rises, political activists—marginalised during the...

China to Mark Defeat of Tibet Uprising

With the 50th anniversary of the failed Tibetan uprising approaching in March, and with memories of last year’s riots still fresh, Chinese leaders in Beijing have opted this year to mark the occasion by naming a...

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