NAGs

Communist Party of Malaya (CPM) Malaysia


Year Formed: 1948
Year Terminated: 1957

Target States:
United Kingdom

Ideational Characteristics:
Leftist

Objectives:
Toppling an Existing Leadership

External Supporters:

Thailand

China

 

Narrative Summary:

NAG Support Dataset Code: 37

UCDP/PRIO Code: 1038

References:

Abraham, C. E. R. The Finest Hour: The Malaysian-MCP Peace Accord in Perspective. Petaling Jaya: SIRD, 2006. Print. 

Chen, Jian, and Karl Hack. Dialogues with Chin Peng: New Light on the Malayan Communist Party. Singapore: Singapore UP, 2004. Print.

Chin, Peng. Alias Chin Peng: My Side of History, as Told to Ian Ward and Norma Miraflor. Singapore: Media Masters, 2003. Print.

Coates, John. Suppressing Insurgency: An Analysis of the Malayan Emergency, 1948–1954. Oxford: Westview, 1992. Print.

Coe, John. Beautiful Flowers and Poisonous Weeds: Problems of Historicism, Ethics and Internal Antagonisms, the Case of the Malayan Communist Party. Thesis. University of Queensland, 1993. N.p.: n.p., n.d. Print.

Hack, Karl. "Negotiating with the Malayan Communist Party, 1948–89." The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 39.4 (2011): 607-32. Web.

Hack, Karl. "The Malayan Emergency as Counter-Insurgency Paradigm." Journal of Strategic Studies 32.3 (2009): 383-414. Web.

Hack, Karl. "Extracting Counterinsurgency Lessons: The Malayan Emergency and Afghanistan." RUSI. N.p., Autumn 2009. Web. 19 Aug. 2015.

Hack, Karl. "“Iron Claws on Malaya”: The Historiography of the Malayan Emergency." Journal of Southeast Asian Studies Jnl. of SE Asian Studs. 30.01 (1999): 99-125. Web.

Hack, Karl, and Greg Wade. "Introduction: The Origins of the Southeast Asian Cold War." Journal of Southeast Asian Studies October 40.3 (2009): 441-48. Print.

Mahmud, Anuar Nik. Tunku Abdul Rahman and His Role in the Baling Talks: A Documentary History. Kuala Lumpur: Memorial Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra, Arkib Negara Malaysia, 1998. Print.

Montesano, Michael John, and Patrick Jory. Thai South and Malay North: Ethnic Interactions on a Plural Peninsula. Singapore: NUS, 2008. Print.

Ong, Wei Chong, and Wang Gungwu. Voice of Malayan Revolution: The CPM Radio War against Singapore and Malaysia, 1969–1981. Singapore: Rajaratnam School of International Studies, 2009. Print.

Plum, Patrick. "The End of the Emergency." Blackwood's Magazine November 18 288.1471 (1960): 385-93. Print.

Pye, Lucian W. Guerrilla Communism in Malaya: Its Social and Political Meaning. Princeton, NJ: Princeton UP, 1956. Print.

Ramakrishna, Kumar. Freedom News: The Untold Story of the Communist Underground Publication. Singapore: S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological U, 2008. Web.

Ramakrishna, Kumar. "Content, Credibility and Context: Propaganda Government Surrender Policy and the Malayan Communist Terrorist Mass Surrenders of 1958." Intelligence and National Security 14.4 (1999): 242-66. Web.

Ratanachaya, Kiti. The Communist Party of Malaya, Malaysia and Thailand: Truce Talks Ending the Armed Struggle of the Communist Party of Malaya. Bangkok: Dungkaew, 1996. Print.

Shennan, Margaret. "Our Man in Malaya: John Davis, SOE Force 136, and Postwar Conterinsurgency." Stroud: Suton (2007): n. pag. Print.

Stockwell, A. J. Malaya. London: HMSO, 1995. Print.

Storrie, Brigadier Sandy. "Talking to the “Enemy”—Informal Conflict Termination in Iraq." British Army Review Winter 148 (2009-2010): 13-26. Print.

Tan, Kevin Y. L. David Marshall of Singapore: A Biography. Singapore: ISEAS, 2008. Print.

Zartman, William. Ripe for Resolution: Conflict and Intervention in Africa. New York: Oxford UP, 1989. Print.