Replace the entire crankset (both crank arms, and possibly the chainring too). You'll have a hard time finding a matching right side arm.
From the photos I can see you have a '3 piece' crankset where the axle is fixed in the bottom bracket and is separate from the cranks (the bolt in the crank arm shows this). There are a few crank-axle interface types: square taper, and a few splined - 'Octalink', 'Powerspline' and 'ISIS' types. You'll need to find out which one you have.
It's quite likely the interface type is square taper, if you remove the central bolt and washer, you should be able to see the end of the axle. If it's square you have a square taper crank.
To find a replacement you will also need to know the length of the crank arm from bottom bracket axle center to pedal axle center. These come in 2.5mm increments, 'default' size on a MTB is 172.5 or 175mm.
If you want to use you existing chainring ring you'll need the chainring bolt circle diameter (BCD) and pattern - yours look evenly spaced, some have pairs of bolts closer together. Or, you can get a crankset with a new chainring, in which case you just need one with a chainring with the same number of teeth.
Replacing square taper cranks is not a hard job, but does require a special tool to pull the cranks off the bottom bracket axle. Also, the new cranks should be tightened onto the axle with a torque wrench to ensure sufficient torque is applied (but they are not over-torqued). You do not want the alloy cranks to loosen on the steel axle as this can ruin the square hole in the crank in short order.