This week, oil giant Unocal tentatively settled a lawsuit over allegations of human rights abuse in Myanmar. Human rights activists hail the news as a boost to their effort to hold multinational corporations responsible in U.S. courts for abuses overseas. We discuss the implications of the Unocal case.
NPR's Carrie Kahn
Elliot Schrage, senior fellow, Council on Foreign Relations; professor at Columbia University Business and Law School
Arvind Ganesan, director, Business and Human Rights Program at Human Rights Watch
Tom Niles, president of United States Council for International Business