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The need to address negative impacts of foreign investment on the environment, public health, and human rights has long been acknowledged. Drawing on recent case studies, this essay focuses on a number of concerns that arise when investors seek to unduly influence host government decision-making, including in the context of national policy-making in the public interest. This essay argues that International Investment Agreements (IIAs) should begin to more directly incorporate investordoi:10.1017/aju.2018.93 fatcat:krtk3qlribgqxfmcrp63s7jfyq