Liberal Times was a quarterly journal published by Friedrich Naumann Foundation (FNF), South Asia. The magazine introduced liberal alternatives to the organization of political, economic, and intellectual life; and provided alternatives based on the principles of freedom of the individual, self-reliance and autonomy, human rights, and the rule of law. This part of volume III of Liberal Times published in the year 1995 was titled, “Tibetans in Exile.” Perna Thinley in the article, “Tibet: The Tragedy and the Hope Tibet, focused on the Tibetain scenario prevalent during the early ’90s and how it was gradually evolving into a Chinese massacre of Tibetian culture and identities The author highlighted how the dominant nation had destroyed the Tibetian ideals and substituted those with their own. Ajit Bhattacharjea in, “The exile identity and democratic vision,” emphasized the 35-year-old long governance by the Assembly of Tibetan People on the exile community for portraying an envisioned model of Free Tibet. Prof. Sarndhong Rinpoche in, “Political Struggle of the Tibetans,” provided an overview of the principles on which the foundation of the Tibetan movement was based and the motivating force behind them all. The article titled, “United States Congress Resolution on Tibet,” concentrated on how the USA needed to condemn the human rights abuses that were prevailing in Tibet as per the Foreign Relations Authorization Act signed by President Bush in ‘91. Yangchen Dolkar reflected on the strength of Tibetan Youth displayed in the Youth Congress in the article, “The Role of Youth in the Struggle for Tibetan Independence.”Nwang Lharno in the article, “Tibetan Women: Nose-dive into Politics with Devotion,” focused on the Tibetan women and their fight for raising global awareness for the injustices being witnessed in Tibet. “Tibetans in Nepal: Forging New Politics,” had the author Karma Wangdui contrast the Tibetans residents of Nepal and their establishment of firm identity. Fazal-ur-Rahnza in, “Heading Towards Troubled Waters: Afghan Refugees in Pakistan,” provided the scene in regards to the voluntary repatriation of Afghan refugees. The booklet also covered a section titled, “Liberal concerns,” that enunciated the Libertarian stances and news headlines in different sectors and their way forward.