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Tibet’s government in exile hopes for new alliances

The Dalai Lama’s former special envoy laments a growing distancing of the world from Tibetans. “The closer the economic ties of the states to the People’s Republic of China have become in recent years, the greater the distance that the policies of these states have taken on the Tibet issue,” said Kelsang Gyaltsen in an interview with China.Table. The now 70-year-old represented the Tibetan government-in-exile for many years alongside the Dalai Lama in autonomy talks with the Communist Party. In 2008, Beijing discontinued the dialogue.

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