Dharamshala: Around 50 research scholars and experts on China gathered here in Dharamshala today for a three-day conference to deliberate on China and the Changing Global Order.
At the inaugural session held this morning, Sikyong Penpa Tsering along with representatives of nations and ethnic groups dealing with the brunt of China’s repressive policies and programs spoke on China’s internal political dynamics vis-a-vis its evolving foreign policy.
The representatives from Taiwan, Hong Kong, Inner Mongolia and Uyghur reiterated in unison the common need to forge an alliance in tackling the growing repression of China.
Sikyong Penpa Tsering in his address also implored focusing on establishing an alliance of like-minded diplomatic allies and partners in confronting their common opponent China.
“We need to jointly pool together every effort and resource in the periodic assessment of the developing situation in China and its approach to global governance”, said the head of the Tibetan administration in exile and assured complete cooperation of CTA in this pursuit.
Additionally, he conveyed optimism in today’s conference about implementing a pragmatic action plan to counter the threats posed by China.
For the next three days, the participants will discuss and deliberate on wide-ranging key issues concerning Tibetans, Uyghurs, Hong Kongers, Taiwanese and Mongolians.
The conference is organised by the Tibet Policy Institute of the Department of Information and International Relations, CTA.