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Thesis and outline with resources - Tibetans Summary of 28...

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Thesis: Since Chinese occupation in 1949, the Tibetan people have not been guaranteed their basic human rights. Even though there is little any international community can do to act as a moderator of China's policies in Tibet, the people of Tibet should be guaranteed their human rights as outlined by the UN's declaration of human rights because people all over the world should be allowed to enjoy these rights and live peaceful live, even in Tibet. - Outline of United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights. - Explanation of how the Tibetans do not receive these rights as cited in well- documented incidents by Amnesty International, eyewitness accounts, and accounts by the Tibetan government in exile in India and UK. - International resolutions passed calling upon China to respect the human rights of the
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Unformatted text preview: Tibetans. Summary of 28 October 1991, Congressional Resolution declaring Tibet "an Occupied country under established principles of international law, whose true representatives were the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan Government as recognized by the Tibetan people".- Changes, positive and negative, in human rights acknowledgment of the Tibetan people today (in recent years) by the Chinese government and governmental agencies. Resources: 1. “Human Rights and Universal Responsibility” Dalai Lama. Vienna, Austria. 15 June 1993 2. Tibet Through Dissident Chinese Eyes . Ed. Cao Changching and James D. Seymour. London, England. 1998. 3. Tibet: A Political History . Shakabpa, W. D., Yale University. New Haven. 1967...
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