Doug Cassel

Director of the Center for Civil and Human Rights, Notre Dame

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Professor of Law at Notre Dame Law School and Director of its Center for Civil and Human Rights

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As China prepares to welcome the  Olympic Games , world leaders are under increasing pressure protest China's treatment of Tibet.

America, China, Tibet and Double Standards

As China prepares to welcome the Olympic Games , world leaders are under increasing pressure protest China's treatment of Tibet.

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