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Friday, March 09, 2007

It would be sad is the Wikipedia articles related to Tibet continued to be dominated by persons who wish to suppress or remove information which does not support the PRC's claims to sovereignty over the nation. Especially since what is being added to the article instead is unsourced political propaganda.

[[History of Tibet]]
The PRC continues to portray its rule over Tibet as an unalloyed improvement from the pre-1950 era of Tibetan feudalism, and some foreign governments continue to make occasional protests about aspects of PRC rule in Tibet. All national governments (as members of the United Nations), however, recognize PRC sovereignty over Tibet, and no country in the world has recognized the Dalai Lama's government in exile in India. The Dalai Lama is widely respected as a religious leader, and is received by foreign governments as such, but observers and analysts of Tibetan affairs believe that it is unlikely that he will ever rule again in Lhasa.

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