At this time in history, could human rights considerations truly be a factor in the foreign-policy choices of Western countries? And might they determine the policies and activities of TNCs—transnational corporations? The rhetoric of human rights indeed has framed much discussion about motivations and intentions—but, so far, the issue has been manipulated to coincide with economic and security interests. South Africa is a case in point....
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