Muslims in RSS: Motives and Compromises

Taiwanese researcher Ying Hui Lin attempts to understand the relationship between Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and Muslims. The article first looks at Muslims in RSS discourse and their incorporation into the organization and then aims to find out why Muslims join the Sangh. It explores the current increase in Muslims’ participation in the RSS through the lens of individual interests.

Fueling Yemen’s Crisis: Self-Serving International Conflict Resolution

Ou, Chia-Ying Battered by war, Yemen has millions of civilians at risk of famine. Forceful international intervention has worsened the situation since Saudi-led military coalition began its first airstrike. Moreover, as the conflict developed, the resolution for Yemen increasingly obscured the real actors. Between domestic key powers and foreign third parties, the conflict resolution lost … Continue reading Fueling Yemen’s Crisis: Self-Serving International Conflict Resolution

Has the Iranian-Chinese Relation Countered the United States’

Lien-Kai, Lin Iranian - Chinese Cooperation The official diplomatic relations between Iran and China have been established since 1971.[1] During the three decades, their cooperation and relationship have been on the increase, but Iran and China have collaborated with each other more strongly in the two decades, especially after the United States started to intervene … Continue reading Has the Iranian-Chinese Relation Countered the United States’