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What happens in Lhasa

17 March 2008 By Rob Cox

For the first time ever, the monks of Lhasa have political leverage from China s hosting of the Olympics. A successful revolt might embolden others particularly those hardhit by China s worryingly rampant inflation to rise up, too. There s a risk of general civil unrest.

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