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The Dalai Lama on the Pope, pot and Facebook
Tibetan freedom was once a major cause in the U.S., but today it gets very little attention. Was it a fad here?
Any sort of problem, initially, is something fresh. Then time passes … I feel the Tibetan issue, comparatively, remains quite strong.
Has the U.S. backed away from addressing human-rights issues in China because Beijing is a more important economic power?