I keep hearing about how devastatingly powerful the UN is in Civ 3, presumably because it allows diplomatic victory when you might not otherwise win. Well, my bitter rival - Babylon - just built it. He's ahead on points late in the game, and my only real hope of victory is to destroy him. I'm already at war, and slowly grinding him to a pulp; what are the consequences of being a "war monger" in the face of the beloved creator of the UN? I'm thinking that continuing the war might not have such a huge impact, but my next move might: the old make-peace-regroup-then-declare-war tactic. Of course, I'd like to capture the city that created the UN, but it's way the hell at the end of his territory. Any advice would be appreciated!