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CSPAN
Aug 9, 2015 12:00am EDT
india and exile having grown up in china to be knowledgeable and agreeable but what the cia can do so let's say to that - - to bed if the government is in exile common do they have a stake but against the country's idea ideology. but that is the problem that we do agree completely. so why don't we do something? >> i understand. >> damage can we expect? or and if it is against the u.s. interest in that type of relationship? >> i appreciate your question unfortunately i wish i knew more about tibet. i of no expert but me from the dynamics and the recent history of tibet have personal sympathy there are officers from the generation y. day cut their teeth to try to resist the chinese. i wish that i could say something said china is a large and very powerful country as we have a very long agenda with china. with the concerns of expansion is some of the south china sea as well as tibet and for people like yourself that the issue remains visible. el least from the margins to exert pressure and influence in a positive way to seize those opportunities to do that. bit to make policies but i wis
CSPAN
Aug 15, 2015 11:00am EDT
india in exile, having grown up in china. since you look so knowledgeable and agreeable high want to take this opportunity to get some advice and help. what cia can do, how much it can do and the u.s. government itself can do in a problem about tibet. in india also. we have a government in exile. how much -- does the u.s. have any stake in problems for example if the indians in india are doing something politically against our country's ideology and the mullahs and things like that or sri lanka or china is a problem that we don't agree completely on all of that. on the neighboring countries, if they are doing something wrong and people like us if we know, i am nobody and have no issue for politics but as a human being, ridiculously weird problems. y do something -- continued to do these things when it is 2015 when the cia or other governments -- power can -- how much can we expect in terms -- if it is against u.s. interests and things like that? >> appreciate your question. i wish that i knew more about tibet. i am no to that expert. from what lionel i know about the dynamics, the
CSPAN
Sep 20, 2015 7:00pm EDT
] yourselves. >> thank you. i am from india and an exile having grown up in china but it's so knowledgeable and agreeable. i wanted to take an opportunity to see what the cia can do how much you can do and the u.s. government can do. and my country and india also we do have government exile. how much does the u.s. have any stake in problems if the indians in india are at doing something politically against our countries i'd -- ideology and similarly in pakistan and china considered a problem. so if they are doing something wrong and people like us i have no inclination for politics but as a human being -- why don't we do something about it? it's 2015 now. >> i understand. >> how much can we expect or if it's against u.s. interests. that kind of relationship. >> i appreciate your question and unfortunately wish i knew more about tibet. from what -- what little i know about the dynamics in the area and the recent history of tibet i have a tremendous amount of personal sympathy for the cause. there were officers that i knew generations removed from me a generation removed from me
CSPAN
Sep 20, 2015 2:00pm EDT
bet tan from india -- tibetan from india and a person in exile. having grown up in china, but since you look so is knowledgeable and so agreeable, i just want to take this opportunity to get some advice and help, you know? what cia can do, how much it can do or the u.s. government itself can do in a problem, let's say, about tibet, you know? in my country, of course, in india also we do have a government in exile. how much does u.s. have any stake in problems, for example, if the indians, indians are doing something politically to -- against our country's ideology? and, you know, what are the goals and things like that? and similarly in pakistan or sri lankans or, you know, china is considered always a problem that we don't agree completely and all that. and all the neighboring countries. so if they are doing something wrong and when people like us if we know -- i'm nobody, and i have no inclination for politics, but as a human being when you see likely dick lousily weird -- ridiculously weird problems, why don't they do something when it's 2015 now when cia or any other current gov
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