Andrew Feinstein is the author of After the Party: A Personal and Political Journey Inside the ANC, a best-selling memoir of his time as an African National Congress Member of Parliament in South Africa. His journalism has been featured in the Guardian, the Daily Telegraph, Prospect, the New York Times, Der Spiegel, the New Statesman and Africa Report. In 2011 he authored the lead article in the authoritative Sipri Yearbook. He appears regularly on the BBC, CNN and Al Jazeera. He has recently been an Open Society Institute International Fellow and is the founding co-director of Corruption Watch, an anti-corruption NGO, and chairperson of the Aids charity FoTAC.
An authoritative guide to the business of war. Chilling, heartbreaking, and enraging. ---Arundhati Roy Feinstein writes with a crusading spirit and a depth of detail that lend The Shadow World urgency and authority....A comprehensive treatment of the arms trade, possibly the most complete account that has ever been written. --- The Washington Post Feinstein makes his case with an impressive amount of detailed research and a gift for narrative that make his findings hard to dismiss. --- Foreign Affairs An eye-opener...Everyone would do well to read this book and self-educate on what this world is all about, and then take some action in the voting booth....Tremendous. --- Pittsburgh Post-Gazette