Modern Tibetan Studies Director Robert Barnett was quoted in The Washington Post in an October 9, 2017 article titled “After Nearly Six Decades of Exile, Some Tibetans in India are Slowly Letting Go of the Past.”
The article examines how the opportunity for Tibetans in exile in India to apply for Indian nationality poses a dilemma: “Take the passport, some said, and end decades of virtual confinement to a single country. Buy a car, own a house, apply for government jobs. Others argued that giving up your statelessness was akin to betraying the Tibetan cause that three generations have fought for.”
Read the full article here.