Let's say you own a company that sells bananas. Say you buy a farm on a small island nation for $100,000. The reason you do this is because the quality of the bananas that can be grown on this island nation is superior to anything we could grow here in the States due to the natural climate and soil. The bananas you grow are extra yellow, and extra bendy. High quality, delectable bananas. So you sell a lot of them to happy American breakfast consumers, and your farm is very profitable.
Now let's say there is political unrest in this little island nation. Poverty is high, and the locals view your success with envy. Say a benevolent dictator takes over, and promises to take your farm (and all other foreign assets in the island nation) and give it to the locals to run.
Question - DOES THAT NATION HAVE THE RIGHT TO TAKE YOUR FARM?