Dharmshala — China has set a definitive tone for this year's commemorations of the so-called Tibet Autonomous Region's 50 years by coming out with its most exhaustive and strongest rejection yet of the Middle Way Approach. But there is a catch. China's version of MWA finds little consonance with the Tibetan proposal for genuine autonomy.
New York: - Dr. Lobsang Sangay, the current Sikyong, or political leader of the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) in Dharamshala, recently announced a big push. The Tibetan community would begin a renewed struggle for the "middle way" approach which stresses autonomy over outright independence. It was a serious and courageous statement of resolve by the CTA and represents a new chapter in the Tibetan struggle.