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4. United Nations
5. United States
6. European Parliament
7. Australian Parliament
8. German Budestag
9. Italian Parliament
10. Liberal International Congress, Switzerland
11. Parliament of Liechtenstein
12. Belgian Parliament
13. Parliament of Basque Autonomous Country
14. Association of Local Authorities of Lithuania
15. Permanent Tribunal of Peoples
16. Conference of International Lawyers
- Sishung Shipdur (Tibetan)
- Mangtsoe Lambu (Tibetan)
- Selected Speeches and Writings of Prof. Samdhong Rinpoche, Volume 6 (Tibetan)
- National Uprising of Tibet 2008
- Understanding the Issue of Tibet
- Handbook of China (Tibetan)
- Tibet’s Parliament in Exile 2009
- Indian Parliament on the Issue of Tibet: Lok Sabha (1952-2005)
- Indian Parliament on the Issue of Tibet: Rajya Sabha (1952-2005)
- Autonomy & The Tibetan Perspective
- Tibet's Parliament in Exile
- Tibetan Festival of Compassion
- Political Philosophy of His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama: Selected speeches and writings
- The Case Concerning Tibet: Tibet's sovereignty and the Tibetan people's right to self-determination
- seventeen-point agreement
- India China Relations and Tibet: An Agonising Reappraisal (Hindi)
- Tibetan People's Right of Self-Determination: A brief summary
- India's Tibet Policy
- 4th World Parliamentarians' Convention on Tibet 18-19 November 2005, Edinburgh. A Report
- 17-point Agreement 1951 [PDF]
- Five-point Peace Plan 1958 [PDF]
- Strasbourg Proposal 1988 [PDF]
- Autonomy and the Tibetan Perspective
- Martial Law Decree of the People's Govt. of the Tibet Autonomous Region (1989) Martial Law Decree issued by Dorjie Ceiring, Chairman of the People's Government of the Tibet Autonomous Region in 1989
- The Boundary Agreement Between China And Pakistan, 1963
- Sino-Nepalese Treaty of Peace and Friendship, Kathmandu, April 28, 1960
- United Nations General Assembly 14th Session, 834th Plenary Meeting, 1959 Pertaining To Human Rights In Tibe
- Trade Agreement between the Republic of India and the People's Republic of China, 14 October 1954
- Agreement between the Republic of India and the People's Republic of China on Trade and Intercourse between Tibet Region of China and India, 29 April 1954
- Agreement on Measures for the Peaceful Liberation of Tibet, 23 May 1951 Seventeen-Point Plan for the Peaceful Liberation of Tibet
- Anglo-Tibetan Trade Regulations-July 1914
- Convention between Great Britain, China and Tibet, Simla, 1914
- India-Tibet Frontier â€“ Exchange Of Notes Between The British And Tibetan Plenipotentiaries, 24 March 1914
- Treaty between Tibet and Mongolia (said to have been signed at Urga in January 1913)
- Agreement of the Chinese and Tibetans (August 1912) (translation of the Nepalese version) On account of the fighting between the Chinese and the Tibetans, the representatives of the Chinese and of the Tibetans met together in the presence of the Nepalese representatives as a witness, and in his office, in order to satisfy the respective parties.
- Agreement of the Chinese and Tibetans (December 1912)
- Convention between Great Britain and Russia Relating to Persia, Afghanistan and Tibet, August 31, 1907
- Convention between Great Britain and China Respecting Tibet, April 27, 1906
- Convention between Great Britain and Tibet, September 7, 1904
- Agreement between Great Britain, China and Tibet Amending Trade Regulations
- Reguatlions Regarding Trade, Communication And Pasturage, To Be Appended To The Cnvention Between Great Britain And China Of March 17, 1890, Relative To Sikkim And Tibet
- Convention Of March 17th 1890 Between Great Britain And China Relating To Sikkim And Tibet
- Extract Of Convention Relating To Burmah And Thibet, July 24 1886, Between The British Government And Government Of China
- Extract Of The Convention Of Chefoo Between The British Government And The Government Of China, 1876
- Treaty Between Tibet and Nepal, 1856
- Treaty between Tibet and Ladakh, 1842
- Extract of Treaty between Tibet and Ladakh, 1683
- Extract of Treaty between Tibet and Bashahr, 1681
- Treaty between Tibet and China A.D. 821-822
- UN Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities Resolution 1991/10, Geneva, August 23, 1991
- United Nations General Assembly Resolution 2079 (XX) New York, 1965
- United Nations General Assembly Resolution 1723 (XVI) New York, 1961
- United Nations General Assembly Resolution 1353 (XIV) New York, 1959
- S.Res 483, 7 December 2004 Expressing the sense of the Senate regarding the detention of Tibetan political prisoners by the Government of the People's Republic of China.
- H. Res. 359, 10 September 2003; S. RES. 212, 31 July 2003 Welcoming His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama and recognizing his commitment to non-violence, human rights, freedom, and democracy.
- H. Res. 157, 20 March 2003 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives regarding several individuals who are being held as prisoners of conscience by the Chinese Government for their involvement in efforts to end the Chinese occupation of Tibet.
- H. Res 357, 5 March 2002 Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives regarding the recognition of the authorities of Tibet who are currently exiled in Dharamsala, India, as the legitimate representatives of Tibet.
- H. Res 56, 3 April 2001, S. Res. 22, 20 March 2001 Urging the appropriate representative of the United States to the United Nations Commission on Human Rights to introduce at the annual meeting of the Commission a resolution calling upon the People's Republic of China to end its human rights violations in China and Tibet, and for other purposes.
- S. Res 60, 9 March 2000 Recognizing the plight of the Tibetan people on the forty-first anniversary of Tibet's 1959 Lhasa uprising and calling for serious negotiations between China and the Dalai Lama to achieve a peaceful solution to the situation in Tibet.
- S. Res 45, 12 February 1999 Expressing the sense of the Senate regarding the human rights situation in the People's Republic of China.
- S. Con. Res. 103, 17 September 1998 Expressing the sense of the Congress in support of the recommendations of the International Commission of Jurists on Tibet and on United States policy with regard to Tibet.
- H. Con. Res. 282, 22 May 1998 Expressing the sense of the Senate regarding the human rights situation in the People's Republic of China.
- S. Res. 187, 12 March 1998 Expressing the sense of the Senate regarding the human rights situation in the People's Republic of China.
- H. Res. 364, 12 February 1998 Whereas the State Department's Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 1997 state that `[t]he Government [of China] continued to commit widespread and well-documented human rights...
- S. Res. 19, 11 March 1997 Expressing the sense of the Senate regarding United States opposition to the prison sentence of Tibetan ethnomusicologist Ngawang Choephel by the Government of the People's Republic of China.
- S. J. Res. 43, 13 December 1995 Expressing the sense of Congress regarding Wei Jingsheng; Gedhun Choekyi Nyima, the next Panchen Lama of Tibet; and the human rights practices of the Government of the People's Republic of China.
- S. Res. 169, 8 September 1995 Expressing the sense of the Senate welcoming His Holiness the Dalai Lama on his visit to the United States.
- H. Res. 188, 26 July 1993 To express the sense of the House of Representatives that the Olympics in the Year 2000 should not be held in Beijing or elsewhere in the People's Republic of China
- H. Con. Res. 106, 27 May 1993 Urging the President to raise, at the highest levels of the Government of the People`s Republic of China, the issue of Chinese population transfer into Tibet in an effort to bring about an immediate end to that government`s policy on this issue.
- S. Res. 271, 18 March 1992 Relative to human rights in Tibet.
- H. Con. Res. 145, 21 May 1991; S. Con. Res. 41, 24 May 1991 To express the sense of the Congress that Tibet, including those areas incorporated into the Chinese provinces of Sichuan, Yunnan, Gansu, and Quinghai that have historically been a part of Tibet, is an occupied country under established principles of international law whose true representatives are the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan Government in exile as recognized by the Tibetan people.
- S. Res. 107, 18 April 1991 Expressing the sense of the Senate concerning freedom and human rights for Tibet
- S. Res. 19, 11 March 1991 Expressing the sense of the Senate regarding the human rights situation in the People's Republic of China.
- S. J. Res. 275, 5 April 1990 Designating May 13, 1990, as the `National Day in Support of Freedom and Human Rights in China and Tibet'.
- H. Con. Res. 63, 16 May 1989 Condemning continuing violence against unarmed Tibetan demonstrators and the imposition of martial law in Tibet, and calling for a peaceful resolution of the situation in Tibet.
- S. Res. 82, 15 March 1989 Expressing the concern of the Senate for the ongoing human rights abuses in Tibet.
- S. Con. Res. 129, 16 September 1988 Expressing the support of the Congress for the Dalai Lama and his proposal to promote peace, protect the environment, and gain democracy for the people of Tibet, was considered and agreed to.
- 18 November 2004 Resolution on Tibet, the case of Tenzin Delek Rinpoche
- EU Strategy towards China, 2003 European Parliament resolution on the Commission communication to the Council and the European Parliament on a EU Strategy towards China ...
- 5 July 2001 European Parliament resolution on Beijing's bid to host the 2008 Olympic Games
- 15 February 2001 European Parliament resolution on freedom of religion in the People's Republic of China
- 6 July 2000 European Parliament resolution on the Western China Poverty Reduction Project and the future of Tibet
- 13 April 2000 European Parliament resolution on Tibet
- 17 February 2000 European Parliament resolution on freedom of religion in the People's Republic of China
- 20 January 2000 European Parliament resolution on the human rights situation in China
- 13 May 1998 European Parliament resolution on Tibet
- 16 January 1998 Resolution on the appointment of an EU special representative for Tibet
- 13 March 1997 Resolution on Tibet
- 19 February 1997
- 23 May 1996 Resolution on human rights in Tibet
- 18 April 1996 Resolution on the resolution on China and Tibet submitted to the United Nations Commission on Human Rights and the position of the EU countries
- 14 December 1995 Resolution on the selection of the Panchen Lama and religious freedom in Tibet
- 13 July 1995 Resolution on the situation in Tibet and the disappearance of the six year old Panchen Lama
- 18 May 1995
- 17 May 1995 Resolution on Tibet
- 15 September 1993 Resolution on the detention of the Tibetans Gendun Rinchen, Lobsang Yonten and Damchoe Pemo and other violations of human rights in Tibet
- 3-4 May 1993 Conference of European Parliamentarians, Palace of Westminster, London; Statement of Action
- 15 December 1992
- 19 November 1992
- 15 March 1989 Resolution on human rights in Tibet
- 14 October 1987 Resolution on the situation of Tibet
- 24 November 1997
- 29 May 1997
- 18 September 1996
- 30 November 1995
- 29 June 1995
- 14 November 1994
- 10 November 1994
- Senate on 6 December 1990 and the House of Representatives on 6 June 1991
- 18 April 2002 Human rights and Development in Tibet
- 19 June 1996 To improve the human rights situation in Tibet.
- West German Bundestag, 15 October 1987 On human rights violations in Tibet.
- 21 June 1996 Petition concerning a resolution of the Parliament "to the effect that the United Nations Secretary-General receives the Dalai Lama"
- 12 December 1995 On the situation of Tibetan people
- 20 November 1992 On issues relating to "Self-Determination and Independence for Tibet"