Does anyone know of a good analysis of the Chinese occupation of Tibet from a human rights perspective? Michael Parenti has written a popular & influential defense of the occupation which is nothing but Stalinist apologetics. You have to be either a Stalinist or a babe in the woods to think China had progressive intent in forcibly occupying Tibet. At least any more progressive intent than its treatment of Uyghurs or than the former USSR had in occupying Afghanistan. If you know of any writers or articles, please let me know.

Some of replies:

From China scholar Gregor Benton:

From activist Jeff Neff: