What triggered the protests in Tibet? Does China's raction have anything to do with Kosovo's recent independence and Taiwan's presidential election? What is U.S. policy toward Tibet? Jean Feraca and her guests have an in-depth discussion about the situation in Tibet.
- Matt Frei, anchor of BBC World News America
- Dibyesh Anand, Reader in International Relations at Center for the Study of Democracy at the University of Westminster in UK, Author of "Geopolitical Exotica: Tibet in Western Imagination"
- Thomas Laird, author of "The Story of Tibet: Conversations with the Dalai Lama"
- Stephen 4/2/08: "THANK YOU JEAN! This is the first time I have heard a truly balanced and intelligent discussion of the pros and the cons regarding Tibet. WELL DONE!"
- Dave 4/2/08: "I'm sure there some implication regarding this issue in Tibet, but there are implications in countries all over the world that affect all of us. The problem is the mindset that says 'we can't have any implications.' War is never going to to end. There will always be violence somewhere whether done from a good heart trying to be free or an evil heart trying to condemn. I do not believe it is the U.S. place to get involved. A great deal of the time getting involved can cause even more unrest."