The 2014 ‘three principles on transfer of defence equipment and technology’ replaces the 1967 ‘three principles’ which virtually banned arms exports.
Republished with the kind permission of author Purnendra Jain, who is Professor in the Department of Asian Studies, University of Adelaide, and a former president of the Asian Studies Association of Australia. Professor Jain is also Member of the SIA Advisory Board. This piece was originally published through the East Asia Forum, 16/02/17
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