President Obama Meets The Dalai Lama

Three years ago President Obama met up with the popular separatist Dalai Lama and now there are talks on the vine about them having another MeetUp. China has taken great measures to keep the peace. What we see in the Ukraine was happening in China in 1959 and they have managed in those years to successfully resolve a lot of conflicts.
With that in mind Dan Majestic is in Washington giving the inside information about the proposed meeting with the internationally respected religious and cultural leader Dalai Lama from Tibet.

Dan has provided some exciting palatable quotes you can use about autonomy and independence from the Dalai Lama on social media and Facebook quote images.

The advice from anti-Chinese no commonly known as sinophobia protectors seems to be against these sorts of meetings especially in the White house.

The angle of this argument focuses on how the Dalai Lama had to flee to India which is a an old reference found inside his journals which I am sure you can read about on his main website.

To find what China think you just have to search Google and the contrasting definition is 'sinophilia'. Which basically requires a very good understanding and love of Chinese culture backed up with a logical answer.

Barack Obama and the Dalai Lama have both recently been awarded a Nobel Peace Prize for their words so this meeting of minds when it happens will be very interesting especially on the topic of human rights in China with the understanding that drones in the world are chose to resolve issues.

China and the concerns about meetings between Barack Obama and Dalai Lama coming soon in the United States. The two Nobel Peace Prize laureates talking about how this is compared to Ukraine, situation.

Find out more about Obama in the White House over on Stirring Trouble Internationally.

Chinese leaders had concerns three years ago about the meetings with President Obama and Dan goes into a bit more about perhaps why America should listen more to what China would like on their end.

Some other interesting points are made which are relevant to the topic religious education is the comparison with North Korean beliefs and how the contrast between the two may help you to build up some sort of contrasting debate to build a useable thesis. If you have watched and are currently studying the US media then you will also enjoy todays article.


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