Lecture by Tenzin Tethong, If Not the Middle Way: Alternatives for the Tibetan People

News item posted on: July 20th, 2009
If Not the Middle Way:
Alternatives for the Tibetan People

TenzinTethong

Tenzin Tethong, President of the Dalai Lama Foundation and Chair of the Committee of 100 for Tibet, is the former Chairman of the Kashag (the Tibetan Cabinet) and U.S. representative of the Dalai Lama. He has taught in both History and Continuing Studies at Stanford University.

Tenzin Tethong will talk about how and why the Tibetan struggle in exile has changed from Independence to accommodation, and what the real prospects are for the Tibetan people in gaining any concessions from the Chinese leadership, or for redefining their struggle for greater freedom.