If you want to compete in China, the Communist Party demands complicity—sometimes subtly, sometimes not.
Much like the Sioux in North Dakota, indigenous people in Tibet and elsewhere are fighting attempts by industry and government to despoil the earth in the name of progress.
Having launched a massive ‘counter-terrorism’ campaign against Tibetans, the Chinese military is now confronting the backlash.
High in the Himalayas, Everest climbers can only hope for the best after Saturday's devastating earthquake.
The Dalai Lama is a spiritual office created for partly political reasons, and political intrigue has always played a part in its succession.
How the traditional death and mummification of a Buddhist monk turned into a wild Western fantasy
The Dalai Lama met publically with President Obama at the National Prayer Breakfast, with predictable outcry from China. But nothing has really changed on either side—which is bad news for Tibet.