“In clear, concise prose, the author deliberates over China’s stranglehold on Tibet, its systematic dismantling of the indigenous culture and the terror tactics employed on families… Green’s steely, factually dense analysis of this unlawful conspiracy sheds light on a perennial human-rights crisis.” —Kirkus
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Book Brahmin: Jonathan Green
Jonathan Green is a journalist who has reported on corruption in oil-rich Kazakhstan, the destruction of the rain forest in Borneo and human rights abuses connected to gold mining in West Africa, among many other topics. He received the Amnesty International Media Award for Excellence in Human Rights Journalism, and won the American Society of Journalists and Authors Outstanding Book Award 2011 for Murder in the High Himalaya, which was released in trade paper by PublicAffairs on May 31, 2011.