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    Tenzin Dorjee of Students for a Free Tibet on 'Not Indulging China's Behavior'

    Tenzin Dorjee, Executive Director of Students for a Free Tibet, recently sat down with Heritage’s Dr. Lee Edwards, Distinguished Fellow in Conservative Thought, to offer insight on the ethnic and religious tensions plaguing China. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfKQOJFm64E[/youtube] From Xinjiang to Tibet, tensions continue to cloud the Chinese government’s vision of a harmonious … More

    Video: Nobel Peace Prize Nominee Rebiya Kadeer Pleas For U.S. Help

    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=62pNLVUycg4[/youtube] Rebiya Kadeer is President of the World Uyghur Congress, an oppressed Muslim minority in Western China. Focrefully seperated from her family, she now lives in exile in the Unites States. We’ve written about Rebiya Kadeer before and her case and her story demand our attention.

    Best Use for Obama's Nobel Windfall? Save the 216

    According to the Fox News White House blog: The White House says that the President has decided to give the approximately $1.4 million prize accompanying his Nobel Prize to charity. They have not made a decision on which charity or charities will receive the money. Here’s an idea for the … More

    We'll Know If He Deserved It By December

    Like much of the rest of the world, President Obama this morning declared himself “surprised” that he had won the Nobel Peace Prize, for which he had been nominated on February 1, after just a few weeks in office. The Nobel Peace Prize has tempted and eluded many other American … More

    Morning Bell: The Nobel Intentions Prize

    As fellow Americans we always take pride in the achievements and awards of our compatriots. Although we congratulate President Obama for winning the Nobel Peace Prize today, he should accept the award on behalf of the American people for all our many sacrifices to make the world a better place. … More