Tibetan Buddhist Links

There are so many links about Tibetan Buddhism, that there is no attempt made at all to be complete. The links here are selected mainly for the content. So for instance, if an organization mainly presents their program and not any information about Tibetan Buddhism, I have not linked to it. 

For the practical path I recommend the FPMT, the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition. The name is a bit broader than the actual work they do: they're an organisation supporting the work of Gelugpa teachers: teachers from a specific lineage of Tibetan Buddhism. This path is not for everyone, but is great if what you need is information and philosophy as well as reliable meditation instruction. Their teachers are qualified Tibetan geshes: monks who spent decades studying the Tibetan texts, memorizing them etc. The ones that are teaching now not only survived going into exile, but have also successfully avoided breaking their monks-vows, despite Western temptations. 

Now for the links.

Government site. Highly recommended for their focus on Tibetan Buddhism.
Dalai Lama
his own website. See also my collection of articles by the Dalai Lama, and this lens on the Life of the Dalai Lama.
Dakini Project
A project linking women and advanced female practitioners of Tibetan Buddhism
Khandro Net
a site with all the basics on (Tibetan) Buddhism.
the website by David Reigle and his wife. Includes online documents on the relationship between Tibetan Buddhism and Blavatsky's theosophy. 
View on Buddhism
Extensive site mostly on Tibetan Buddhism - meditation, karma, quotes, controversy and more.
also contains articles by David Reigle and explains the unique place of the Kalachakra tantra in Tibetan Buddhism.
Berzin Archives
The Berzin Archives is the collection of works of the American scholar and author Alexander Berzin, who spent 29 years in India, studying and practicing Tibetan Buddhism. There, he served as translator primarily for his teacher, the late Tsenzhab Serkong Rinpoche, and occasionally for His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Dr. Berzin has taught extensively in universities and Buddhist centers in more than seventy countries since the early 1980s.
Tibetan Buddhism Archives
with online texts from diverse sources.
Labyrinth Readers Society
a site which is more serious than it looks, about spirituality, taken with a laugh.
Buddhist glossary.
Buddhism Today  
a magazine published by Kamtsang Choliing USA. It offers teachings and interviews with prominent teachers of the Karma Kagyu School of Tibetan Buddhism. The focus is The Diamond Way (Vajrayana) with its profound methods for discovering the nature of mind, one's highest potential.
A Short Guide to Tibetan Buddhism
The four schools of Tibetan Buddhism aand links to more information about each school.
Foundation for the preservation of the Mahayana Tradition
Good site with a lot of information and articles by lama's.
The Root-institute
A Socially Engaged Buddhist Centre in the Tibetan Tradition, located in Bodhgaya, India
Pema Chodron fan site
Quotes, book reviews, biography and calendars
(Tibetan) Buddhist controversy blog
On themes like the New Kadampa Tradition, Dorje Shugden, Sogyal Rinpoche, Tibet and Dalai Lama