Freeing Tibet: 50 Years of Struggle, Resilience, and Hope John B. Roberts II, Elizabeth A. Roberts

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Freeing Tibet: 50 Years of Struggle, Resilience, and Hope John B. Roberts II, Elizabeth A. Roberts ИСТОРИЯ. Now, China must decide if it will give Tibet the right to govern itself and what the consequences will be for its economy and its place on the world stage. As 2009 marks the 50th anniversary of the Dalai Lama’s rule in exile, the situation in Tibet has become more volatile than ever. Timely, impeccably researched, and hopeful, this is the book that will change the way we understand Tibet. Freeing Tibet is the incredible, heroic story of Tibet’s arduous struggle to keep freedom alive.From the national uprising in 1959, which cost more than 85,000 Tibetans their lives, to the rise of the Tibetan freedom fighters- the aftereffects of Nixon’s historic visit to China, and preparations for the Dalai Lama’s successor, this seminal history offers an insider’s view of the 50-year struggle for autonomy. Based on interviews with CIA and political insiders, this epic story gives readers a new understanding of a conflict that continues to fascinate the world. Fleeing his native country to govern in exile from India, the Dalai Lama would go on to become one of the great leaders of our time. Roberts has had unprecedented access to the Dalai Lama’s inner circle. Then, in March 2008, the diplomat, icon, and winner of the 1989 Nobel Peace Prize was blamed for inciting violence in Tibet’s traditional capital of Lhasa. As a former Reagan White House political strategist, author John B. In March of 1959, a 23-year-old Tibetan youth named Tenzin Gyatso burst onto the world stage.

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