"China's behavior has negated the optimistic language of our last platform concerning our future relations with China," the document reads. "The liberalizing policies of recent decades have been abruptly reversed, dissent brutally crushed, religious persecution heightened, the internet crippled, a barbaric population control two-child policy of forced abortions and forced sterilizations continued, and the cult of Mao revived."
Some ordinary Tibetans say they have plenty of religious freedom, but monks, spiritual leaders and institutions face tight controls
Despite Beijing's tight grip on Tibet, some residents of the region say they've been able to freely practice their faith, but monks, religious leaders and spiritual institutions come under much closer scrutiny.
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