About This Journal

The Tibetan Political Review
is an online journal dedicated to advancing constructive discussion of the important political issues facing the Tibetan nation.

Publication of an Article does not imply endorsement or agreement by the Editorial Board.

Editorials are the opinion of the members of the Editorial Board.  Editorials are by their nature opinionated, and are not intended to be "neutral."  The Editors attempt to be fair in their analyses, but they are expressing their own opinions.  The Editors invite responses from readers, especially if they disagree with an opinion expressed in an Editorial.
The Tibetan Political Review is run by an all-volunteer Editorial Board comprising the following individuals:
  • Nima R.T. Binara is a lawyer in Washington, DC.  He serves on the board of Tibet Justice Center, and was a member of the Strategic Planning Task Force of the International Tibet Support Network (ITSN).  He is admitted to practice law in New York and the District of Columbia, and received his J.D. from Columbia University School of Law and his LL.M. in Public International Law from the London School of Economics.

  • Tenzin Dickyi is doing her Master's at Columbia University.  From 2009 to 2011, she was Special Assistant to the Representative of His Holiness the Dalai Lama to the Americas at the Office of Tibet, NY.  She is an alumna of Tibetan Children's Village School and Harvard University, where she was President of Students for a Free Tibet and Features Editor of the Harvard South Asian Journal.  She has published on the Huffington Post and Tibetan Review, and maintains a blog at YuthokLane.blogspot.com
  • Wangchuk D. Shakabpa was born in Kalimpong, India.  He graduated from Seton Hall University with a B.A. in Political Science in 1989 and Georgetown University Law Center with a J.D. in 1992.  He is a member of the DC, California, and New Mexico bars.  He is currently Senior Trial Attorney with Commodity Futures Trading Commission.  He serves on the boards of U.S.-Tibet Committee and Tibet Justice Center, and is a former board member of Students for a Free Tibet (SFT).

  • Bhuchung D. Sonam is a writer living in Dharamsala, India.
  • Tenzin Wangyal is a graduate of Northeastern University School of Law in Boston.  Before law school, he penned a series of op-ed articles on Phayul.com.  He is an alumnus of Middlebury College in Vermont and Tibetan Children's Village School in Dharamsala, India.  He is admitted to practice law in New York and Massachusetts, and is the founder of the Law Offices of Tenzin Wangyal, with locations in New York and Massachusetts.
The Editorial Board can be emailed at: tpr.editorial.board@gmail.com.