Photo courtesy: theguardian. One can only hope that China will evolve in the years to come, based on the Rule of Law and universal values.
What new or greater effect, if any, do you think this new doctrine, now incorporated into the party constitution, will have on the Uyghurs and Tibetans? Claude Arpi: In my opinion, it will not change the fate of the Uyghurs and Tibetans. Development of tourism will play an important role in this scheme. In , it is said that 25 million Han Chinese visited Tibet. Whether the figure is correct or not, it brings some wealth to the region, not only in the big cities Lhasa, Shigatse, etc , but also in the border areas like Nyingtri.
The next target for development is Ngari area.
The train to Kyerong will greatly help the Chinese plans. The Tibetan administration in exile also recently held a Five-Fifty Forum to rejuvenate the Tibetan movement in the next five to fifty years. Resumption of dialogue with Beijing to resolve the issue of Tibet was one of the main points of discussion. Do you see any scope for the two sides to reach a common ground, or, rather, for China to accommodate the official Tibetan aspiration? Claude Arpi: Not right now.
China is too powerful. As you mentioned it is in the process of rejuvenating the Nation. There were 9 Hans and one Hui.
In the present scenario in China and in Tibet, it is difficult to envisage that China will agree to compromise. And have they ever compromised? Further they have the habit not to honour the treaties they signed i.
An interesting article below. But it is alive and growing stronger. But do you think it possible or likely for the Chinese leadership to let the Dalai Lama return to Tibet during his lifetime, as desired by him? Claude Arpi: It is very true that China never expected that the Tibetan cause will remain alive for so many decades.
But it is difficult to envisage a return or even a visit of His Holiness in Tibet in the present circumstances.
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It would be too disturbing for China and dangerous for His Holiness. In this context it is difficult to think of a visit to Tibet. For Beijing, the question is what would it gain?
Let us not forget, that China never does take any decision or undertake and action by compassion or altruism. The leadership always calculates where its interests are and what it can gain. Beijing always does what it is in the interest of the Party. Do you think the independence campaigners still have a case or are theirs a lost cause? Claude Arpi: In a pluralistic society, all views should co-exist and be respected, whether you are a follower of the Middle Path, Rangzen or a third path.
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