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The Shadow Circus: The CIA in Tibet

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Discusses how the CIA aided the Tibetan people in their war of resistance against the Chinese invasion during the 1950s and 60s.
DVD
 
Clemons (Stacks)
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China Inside Out [electronic resource]: Building Relationships With the Next Superpower

Many Americans fear China's growing strength and influence around the world. But the rise of China is an unavoidable geopolitical event, according to John Thornton, professor and director of Global Leadership at Tsingua University in Beijing. This ABC News program features interviews with Thornton and other experts who examine America's need to forge a stronger relationship with China. The program also studies China's approach to the U.S. and other nations, such as Cambodia, Angola, and Brazil. Commentators include Evan Osnos, Beijing bureau chief for the Chicago Tribune; Fareed Zakaria, editor of Newsweek International magazine; and Wang Guangya, China's UN ambassador.
Online
2009; 2008
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The Unwinking Gaze [electronic resource]: Inside Story of Dalai Lama's Struggle for Tibet

Filmed over the course of three years, this documentary offers viewers unprecedented access to His Holiness the Dalai Lama and his inner circle as they work together to convince the Chinese government of the need for a negotiated settlement on the future of Tibet. The result is a truly unique portrait of a widely revered world leader as he struggles to strike a balance between his spiritual beliefs and the realpolitik required to draw an extremely reluctant China into discussion. The Unwinking Gaze is not three years in the life of the Dalai Lama; it is his life's work condensed into three years.
Online
2009; 2008
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China [electronic resource]: The Rebirth of an Empire

Can China replace the U.S. as the world's preeminent power? And if it did, what type of power would it wield? In Pakistan and Afghanistan, China's investment in infrastructure along with a flow of low-cost goods has beat out U.S. foreign policy in winning the hearts of the people. Yet China's relations with India become strained over the issue of Tibet, and in Hong Kong brutal crackdowns on Falun Gong make a mockery of the slogan "one country, two systems." This program travels throughout Asia to study the relationships China has with its closest neighbors, and to examine the U.S.-China balance of power. Chalmers Johnson (The Blowback Trilogy) discusses American hegemony, Rebiya Kadeer addresses concerns of the Uyghur minority, and exiled dissident Wei Jingshen provides commentary th [...]
Online
2010
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Interview With Liu Xiaobo [electronic resource]: On Fear, Free Speech, and Optimism

People like me live in two prisons, says writer and activist Liu Xiaobo, bemoaning not just the cruelty of physical incarceration but also the pressure that every Chinese dissident, jailed or not, endures on a daily basis. In this interview-conducted by Australian television a few months before Liu's arrest in December of 2008-the pro-democracy scholar and 2010 Nobel Peace Prize laureate shares a few of his personal frustrations and predictions. Topics include the plight of Tibet, Liu's fears for his family, and the potential impact of China's growing prosperity on its approach to human rights.
Online
2008
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China's Nuclear Bomb [electronic resource]

In 1964 Mao Zedong's People's Republic became the fifth nation to test a nuclear weapon, changing the balance of power in eastern Asia, and the rest of the world, forever. Set against the backdrop of the developing Cold War, this documentary uses personal interviews and extraordinary archival footage in its dramatic account of the making of China's first atomic bomb. Acclaimed director Peter Du Cane weaves historical data with human logistics as he charts the construction of testing facilities, obtaining of materials, and recruitment of scientists - who couldn't tell their families about the top-secret project - while keeping the implications of global politics always in sight.
Online
2010