Freedom of Speech: American Style
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Good Western or independent sources on Tibet
Critical Links to Buddhism and Lamaism: The most comprehensive link list to a critical evaluation on Lamaism, compiled by Victor and Victoria Trimondi.
How The Tibet Movement Can Backfire on America, by Alice Ewing, editor of Chinese American Media Watch. Oct. 2001 issue of Chinese American Forum
Friendly Feudalism: The Tibet Myth, by Michael Parenti, Swans Commentary
From Taiwan to Tibet, U.S. Perceptions of China Dangeously out of Touch, by Foreign Policy In Focus
Tibet: A Reality Check, Frontline, India's national magazine
Tibet Through Chinese Eyes, by Peter Hessler, Altantic Monthly
His Material Highness, by Christopher Hitchens, Salon
The American Yen for Zen, by Martha Sherrill, Slate Culture
China Good? China bad?, by Hank Hyena, Salon
Myth and Reality, by Foster Stockwell
Reassessing Tibet Policy, by Tom Grunfeld, Foreign Policy In Focus
Tibet--Through the eyes of a forgotten minority, by Alice Ewing, Chinese American Media Watch
The Making of Modern Tibet, by A. Tom Grunfeld
The Struggle for Modern Tibet : The Autobiography of Tashi Tsering, by William Siebenschuh, Tashi Tsering, Melvyn C. Goldstein
Buddhism in Contemporary Tibet : Religious Revival and Cultural Identity by Melvyn C. Goldstein (Editor), Matthew Kapstein (Editor), Orville Schell
Traveller in Space: In Search of Female Identity in Tibetan Buddhism, by June Campbell
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