China’s ethnic minority issues, analysis and future (Tibet & East Turkestan) རྒྱ་ནག་གྲངས་ཉུང་མི་རིགས་ཀྱི་གནད་དོན་དང། དབྱེ་ཞིབ། མ་འོངས། བོད་དང་ཤར་ཏུར་ཁི་སི་ཐན།

Rinzin Namgyal (Research Intern, FNVA)

by Rinzin Namgyal


This paper explores the perception of minoritTibeties in China from the perspectives of Chinese history and Marxism, alongside the debate surrounding the governance model for minorities. It examines various schools of thought, including liberal autonomist, integrationist, and socialist autonomist approaches. The paper also addresses the scope, prospects, and future of achieving “great unity” between the Han majority and minority groups in China, particularly focusing on Tibet and East Turkestan.  

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