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a case revolving around the construction
of the Yadana natural gas pipeline in Southern Burma, the US court of
Appeals has established that the defendant, Unocal, may be responsible
for aiding and abetting human rights violations by the Burmese military.
The decision illustrates the use of the Alien Tort Claims Act over corporate
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