Is Tibetan Solidarity Short-Sighted?

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  1. The PALESTINE issue, that affecting IRAQ and SYRIA, conflict in UKRAINE, and issues in NIGERIA, all have quite different origins, and have drawn in international concerns and interventions in ways that have not arisen around TIBET. This is probably because CHINA has such a stranglehold on international trade that few countries dare oppose it, and any that do raise human rights concerns with CHINA do so only in a token, half-hearted way.

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