I'm playing with Napoleon (continents, large map, Prince) and Ramkhamhaeng just declared war on me, what I consider to be something incredible. I'm not near them. There's a "wall" of 3 CS's and Russia between us, so there's no dispute of land. My self-expansion consists of 5 cities, what I consider to be a modest expansion for a large map, isn't it? So he can't think of me as a expansionist. Only a border expansion speed, due to France UA (+ 2 culture per city until Steam Power), could be the reason of such drop in his opinion towards me. I only declared war to one Civ, Arabia, but that was the part of an agreement I had with Ramkhamhaeng, who really had goals with that war, beside the fact that Siam wasn't neighbor to Arabia, as France (Me) and a bunch of CS's were on the way. The result of that war was the take-over of Arabia's two main cities (what allowed me to expand my domain over what might be the longest river on the map, crossing 5 of my current 7 cities!) and destroyed another city that was kind of in the middle of my territory. I didn't even attacked a single unit from a CS that was allied with Arabia. At the point that there was nothing useful left of Arabia (two cities poor in food and no Iron or Horses) I made peace with Harun al-Rashid. Ramkhamhaeng made peace without taking a single unit to combat and now 1st in number of soldiers, since Ramkhamhaeng got prepared, but all this preparation is now set to destroy me. QUESTION: Why Ramkhamhaeng declared war on me if we had such good relations and were partners in all bad actions? I understand that all other known civs got mad with me, but why Ramkhamhaeng, my good old buddy?