Hi all, I'm playing Greece in a rather unusual Civ 6 game at the moment (largest map, marathon speed, random continents with deeper than average water, increased luxury abundance, 24 city states, 4 AI players, and myself). Four of the real civilisations were spawned on the same continent and one of them got a continent all to themselves (alas not me). I have America directly South of me - on adjacent tiles - and Rome + Scythia is sandwiched side-by-side South of America. Now normally I've been able to maximise on trade with America & Scythia because of their "don't war on our continents" and "no backstabbing" agendas but the presence of Rome is complicating things. Because of the close friendship between America & Rome, America keeps waging war on me. It's really confusing because when I fight back (usually taking a city or two in the process), they negotiate surrender terms and end up agreeing to give me all their money, cede all lost cities, ... anything to end the fighting. It's got to the point where I just don't trust them that close to me, even though all the relationship indicators are +, they still break their own agenda. I thought it was because of the early stage of the game where fighting comes with less warmongering consequences but we're in the Renaissance period now and they're still at it. So I guess my question is: how strong is the AI players' own agenda compared to pressures from other agendas? It seems like one bad apple can negatively affect the whole orchard. Am I doing something wrong?