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Deconstructing the Dalai Lama on Tibet
Economic and Political Weekly
Vol. 37, No. 34 (Aug. 24-30, 2002), pp. 3500-3503
Published by: Economic and Political Weekly
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4412514
Page Count: 4
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This article explores the changing roles of the Dolai Lama against the backdrop of the radical voices who want to wage an armed struggle for a politically independent Tibet. It also studies how the Dalai Lama has been influenced by Gandhi's doctrine of non-violence.
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