Friday, November 20, 2009

Oba Mao

What ever I read, in the Newyork Times, Washington Post, and all other major international news gave me the impression that Obama's visit to China was a win-loss situation, as AP reported "produced no tangible wins for the United States".

Critics accused Obama for being "too soft" on China. While China managed to get what they asked, U.S did not get anything substantial in return. However, His Holiness the Dalai Lama does not think, Mr. Obama is too soft. "it was just a different approach or style in dealing with the Chinese leadership, H.H said during a TV interview in Delhi".

Tawang trip

His Holiness the Dalai Lama's visit to the disputed region of Tawang, once again reaffirmed India's control of the terriority. This is one of the most remarkable political statement that India has ever made with vision and boldness. By allowing the Dalai Lama to visit this disputed terriorty, India drives home three important points. First, The Dalai lama is a respected guest, and he is free to go anywhere in Indian terriority, Second,
India sends an imambiguous signal that Auronachal Pradesh is a part of India, and India would not barge under any circumstances.
Third, India signals that the Chininese government  can not dictate its terms on India.