May 12, 2014

The Dalai Lama as a 'Necessary Sacrifice'

John Fund, National Review

The Associated Press

The game of “hide the Dalai Lama” is an old one in Washington, stretching back to the days of President George H. W. Bush. When Bill Clinton was in office, he would briefly “drop by” the small office where the Dalai Lama was meeting with Vice President Al Gore, rather than hold his own official meeting with him. President George W. Bush would meet with the exiled Tibetan leader in his private residence.

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