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Ottawa should stop firms from working in genocide zones

Let's look at a single piece of the puzzle: corporate complicity in genocide. The complicity of transnational corporations looks, on the surface, as though it would be one of the simplest issues to resolve. The government of the state in which a corporation is based could, in theory, order that corporation to stop going along with, or actively participating in, genocidal acts in its operations abroad. But the reality is anything but simple...[refers to Talisman, Unocal (now part of Chevron)]