"Government's about-turn on Tibet," headlines Politiken. Now that Obama is meeting the Dalai Lama, Danish authorities have suddenly decided to embrace a new position on Tibet. The daily recalls that as recently as December, "Denmark announced that it was opposed to Tibetan independence" in a declaration published on the eve of the Copenhagen climate summit "to sweeten relations" with China, which protested against the Dalai Lama's visit to the country the previous spring. "Now however, the government has changed its tune," notes Politiken. The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Per Stig Møller has proposed that the Danish parliament call for a Sino-Tibetan dialogue "to establish Tibetan autonomy within the framework of the Chinese constitution, and in accordance with the principles of respect for human rights and freedom of religion."