Event Title

The Sino-Tibetan Dialogue

Presenter Information

Rene Kamm

Location

Science Center, A154

Document Type

Presentation

Start Date

4-27-2012 4:00 PM

End Date

4-27-2012 5:00 PM

Abstract

Since 2002, the Chinese government and representatives of the Dalai Lama have engaged in nine rounds of dialogue on the question of Tibet. The last round occurred in 2010, and the current standstill is the longest since the talks began. The dialogue has not yielded a single substantive agreement, yet both sides have remained open to resuming it. This account and analysis of the nine rounds will explore how the dialogue functions in the ongoing China-Tibet dispute.

Notes

Session III, Panel 1: Decision/Indecision in East Asia: Studies of Historical Memory and Dialogue Without End
Moderator: Suzanne Gay, Professor of East Asian Studies and History

Link to full text thesis at OhioLINK ETD Center:
http://rave.ohiolink.edu/etdc/view?acc_num=oberlin1340040517

Major

East Asian Studies

Advisor(s)

Sheila Jager, East Asian Studies

Project Mentor(s)

Marc Blecher, East Asian Studies; Politics

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Apr 27th, 4:00 PM Apr 27th, 5:00 PM

The Sino-Tibetan Dialogue

Science Center, A154

Since 2002, the Chinese government and representatives of the Dalai Lama have engaged in nine rounds of dialogue on the question of Tibet. The last round occurred in 2010, and the current standstill is the longest since the talks began. The dialogue has not yielded a single substantive agreement, yet both sides have remained open to resuming it. This account and analysis of the nine rounds will explore how the dialogue functions in the ongoing China-Tibet dispute.