Putting to Rest:
The Claim to Sabah of the Self-Proclaimed Sultanate of Sulu
Abdul Gani Patail
The incorporation of the the former territories of North Borneo, now Sabah, and Sarawak into the state of Malaysia not only provoked opposition from neighbouring Indonesia, which was settled after a low level war, but also from the Philippines. Although the Philippine claim to Sabah, being part of the former Sultanate of Sulu, was postponed by Malaysia agreeing to an annual token payment, the claim has not been withdrawn by Manila. In this book a former Malaysian Attorney General, who began his career in Sabah, seeks to demolish the Philippine claim. Near Fine Paperback, Reprint. 144 pages.
Weight: 0.4 kg Post free within Malaysia
Published by: Institut Terjemahan Negara Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, 2013. ISBN: 9789674302214
Condition: Although fresh from the publisher's stock, there is a little bit of spotting along the top of the text block.