I am currently in a miserable game playing as the Inuit with a huge sized map of North America. Basically, my goal was to play as an isolationist empire, but the AI had other plans. Basically, no matter what I did, they would plop cities right between mine, on tundra, with no strategic value. Despite numerous warnings, they would spam settlers and plop them in horrible spots - not for strategic value, but to screw me over. My game is in a constant state of war at one point all nations declared war on me. Of course, I continue to decimate my foes, and despite embargoes and universal hatred, I am both rich and expansive. What sucks about all of this is that my intent wasn't to be a war mongering autocracy, but the AI has forced me to be so. I'm just sick of the AI not betraying my requests and then getting upset at me when I crush them. The AI almost feels like a spoiled brat human that insists on getting his/her way despite numerous warnings. My question is: Is there any way to salvage this game? I mean, everybody hates me and I am finding that I have to conquer my way through this marathon session which is dragging on even longer because of this horrible AI and this situation I am in. It really isn't fun anymore. I am clearly winning, but the unrealism of the AI is terrible. This is the least fun I've had in this game. None of my previous games went this way. It just doesn't make sense that the AI would intentionally continue settler in horrible places right next to me, and after repeated warnings from me - a significantly more powerful empire. What an annoying game... Any advice?