They shouldn't be allowed to take your farm, especially for the reason listed.
Tired of elections being between the lesser of two evils.When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser. -Socrates
To this day, we are criticized in Latin America for intervening on behalf of Chiquita.
We have also been on the other side of the argument.
In the 1950's, British and French stockholders owned most of the Suez canal. A socialist leader came to power in Egypt, and nationalized it. Israel, Britain, and France declared war on Egypt. The USA applied heavy pressure on the British, French, and Israelies, on behalf of the Egyptians, and ultimately were successful in kicking the three out of Egypt. (Funny how nobody in the middle east remembers that.)
Governments don't really have "rights," they have powers. And they have the power to do whatever their legal system allows them to do. Whenever a person does business in another country, they run the risk that their will be political, legal, or economic changes that disrupt their business. That is baked into the cost of doing business.
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Actually, it's your call whether we do it again. You're a voter. You get to decide if you want a government that intervenes on behalf of companies overseas and fights for our interests, or one that respects another nations borders and allows them to self-govern at any cost.
If I buy land on some island nation, it's not acceptable for some two-bit communist dictator to take that land from me.
Now if some scummy foreigner buys land in America and there's a valid reason to take the land away from that foreigner, then I don't see a problem with it.