Questioning Arms Spending in Malaysia
Kua Kia Soong
New. One of Malaysia's best known human rights activists brings together more than 30 years of research into published sources to provide a comprehensive and thought provoking review of Malaysia's military spending since independence. Amongst other items a detailed examination of the 'Arms for Aid Scandal' of 1994 involving former Malaysian and British Premiers, Mahathir and Thatcher is published for the first time.The 180 pages include chapters on 1. Malaysia's Military Spending 1957-2010, 2 - Malaysia's Military Industrial Complex, 3 - Altantuya and the Scorpene Deal, 4 - An Integrated and Accountable Military? 5 - Arms for Aid Scandal 1994, 6 - Wastage and Tragedies and ends with Towards an Alternative Defence Policy. The book also includes a glossary and bibliography.
Condition: New Paperback.