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In this monograph, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, the fourth Prime Minister of Malaysia, dissects the meaning of national sovereignty in relation to Malaysia and how it weighs on policy decisions. This publication is essential reading to students and researchers of Malaysian history, leadership, and politics.
Sovereignty is a notion which has come to dominate our understanding of national and international affairs. Its history parallels the evolution of the modem state.
However, today, when nations are very much dependent on each other, the idea of national sovereignty has acquired a different meaning. In recent years, questions have been raised as to the continuing significance of the state, the concept of which appears to be challenged and threatened by the impact of globalisation, technological changes, societal restructuring, neo-colonialism and ecological crises, among others. Questions raised include the relevance of national sovereignty in modern society, and its expression in terms of present-day politics.
This publication contains the proceedings of the seventh Perdana Discourse Series organised in 2008 in Putrajaya, Malaysia. At the Discourse, the fourth Prime Minister of Malaysia, His Excellency Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, dissects the meaning of national sovereignty in relation to Malaysia and how it weighs on policy decisions. He combines history and geo-politics with current issues to impart a leader’s view of national sovereignty. His keynote address is commented on by Law Professor, Dr Shad Saleem Faruqi, former Cabinet Minister Tan Sri Sanusi Junid, and student representative Ms Nurul Ikhlas.
This publication is essential reading to students and researchers of Malaysian history, leadership, and politics.
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