As China prepares to welcome the Olympic Games, world leaders are under increasing pressure protest China's treatment of Tibet. Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Britain's Prince Charles are all boycotting the opening of the Beijing Olympics, and some American politicians want President Bush to do the same. Will public embarrassment of China help Tibetans? Will protests in Tibet derail the Olympics? Should world leaders boycott the Olympic Games in Beijing? Are western leaders applying double standards when it comes to human rights?
America, China, Tibet and Double Standards
John Ackerly - President, International Campaign for Tibet, James Lilley - Former US Ambassador to South Korea and China, Michael Chugani - Columnist, South China Morning Post, Doug Cassel - Director of the Center for Civil and Human Rights, Notre Dame