Responsibility in World Business: Managing Harmful Side-Effects of Corporate Activity

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Index
Abacha, General Sanni 139
Ad hoc international tribunals 61, 62
Agents
double effect in war and business, and 26–27
Alcan 228–229
Alien Tort Claims Act 58–65
application to multinational corporations
abroad 58
complicity 59–65
Danish Human Rights and Business Project report 59–60
genocide, and 58 German Slave Labour Fund 60 “law of nations” 58–59
origins 58 slavery, and 58 Unocal case 60
actus reus of complicity 63–64
application of international criminal law on aiding and abetting 62–63
basic rules of international humanitarian law 62
corporate complicity 60–62
jus cogens norms 62
mens rea required for complicity 64–65
Rome Statute for International
Criminal Court, and 64
US Court of Appeals 64–65
Allinson, Robert E
Hong Kong environment, on 13 weaknesses of PDE, on 276
Amnesty International
Human Rights: Is it any of your business 264
Angola
harm to community 7–8
judgment on conflict 93
Apartheid
forseeable negative side-effect, and 46–47
Aquinas, Thomas PDE, on 18–20
Arms industry moral issues 87
Arruda, Cecilia child labour in Brazil, on 13
Avery, Chris website on business and human rights 68
Baxi, Upendra Bhopal disaster, on 13
Bertolli, Lorenzo 161, 164
Bhopal catastrophe 175–201
“age of side effects”, and 175 agent of harm 180

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