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His Holiness the Dalai Lama congratulated Barack Obama on his re-election to the presidency of the United States of America. The Dalai Lama, who is currently in Japan, called President Obama’s re-election a recognition of his “earnest efforts”...
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Major_Retd_Rudra  

Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan
Subject: The U.S. - Tibet Relations
Nov 11 2012 01:46 AM

Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 32nd President of the U.S.(1933-1945)was the first to extend the hand of friendship to Tibet. Dwight David Eisenhower, 34th President of the U.S.(1953-1961)had provided direct assistance to support Tibetan people in their struggle to fight for freedom. John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 35th President of the U.S.(1961-1963)formulated a pact or alliance to establish freedom and democracy in the occupied land of Tibet.Richard Milhous Nixon, 37th President of the U.S.(1969-1974)had undermined the U.S.-Tibet Relations. Sir, we have been waiting for too long. The encouragement and support extended by President Obama is not good enough. We need actions to match words of promise.
omze  

Location: Japan
Subject: challenges
Nov 08 2012 07:28 PM

As His Holiness is in Japan, it is worth noting Hu Jintao opening speech states that China has to become the most powerful maritime force in the region, and continues to violate Japanese territorial waters. With mass anti China demonstrations in Hong Kong and global media being fairly critical of China's current choreographed leadership change, the water temperature is rising.
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