The Great Tibet Problem. The Balance of Power. 1. The King vs The Priest, 2. The Man vs Mother Nature, and 3. David vs Goliath.
The Dalai Lama Review. Alexander Norman Dead Wrong. Indian Prime Minister Nehru was never petrified of upsetting Mao Zedong..
In my analysis, Alexander Norman’s forthcoming book “The Dalai Lama — An Extraordinary Life” has utterly failed to reveal the reason for not granting political asylum to the Dalai Lama during his first visit to India in 1956. India-Tibet relations cannot be discussed without mentioning Kashmir. Since 1947, India is facing the challenge of defending […]
What is Tibet Equilibrium? A new Balance of Power Theory in International Relations.
In my analysis, the 14th Dalai Lama has not shared his insight or prophecy about the future of Tibet. Tibetan Buddhism as a religion could be obsessed with Prophecy but the prophetic prediction about the future of Tibet remains unknown. The Dalai Lama is a foreign title. For that reason, I examine the foreign prophetic […]
In my analysis of the Dalai Lama’s first visit to India in 1956, I want to inform my readers about the beginning of the Tibetan Resistance Movement in 1949 with the assistance and assurances given by the United States. India pursued a course of action after consulting both Tibet and the United States. The massive […]