Casus Belli Summary

You have a casus belli against another player if:

·        Another player places a Control marker in an area where you have an Influence marker.

·        Another player places a Control marker in an area where you have an unestablished Control marker.

·        A player with whom you have a treaty violates the terms of that treaty.

·        You are the U.S. player, and the random event “American ‘Yellow Press’ Journalism” occurs (casus belli against Spain).

·        You are the U.S. player, and another player places a Control marker in any area in the Western Hemisphere (Map W), aside from Canada, Hawaii, Newfoundland, and Guiana.

·        You are the British player, and another player places a Control marker in Afghanistan, Baluchistan, Bengal, Burma, Hindoostan, Kashmir, Punjab, Rajputana, Sin-Kiang, Tibet, or United Provinces.

·        You are the German/Austro-Hungarian player, and another player places a Control marker in Serbia or Rumania.

·        You are the Russian player, and another player places a Control marker in Afghanistan, Anatolia, Manchuria, Mongolia, Persia, Rumania, or Sin-Kiang.

·        Another player declares war against a player with whom you have a defensive alliance.

·        During a war, you are neutral and another player involved in the war enters an area where you have a codominion with a player who is also involved in the war.

·        You are in a war, and a neutral player who controls a canal gives access to your enemy (or his allies) but denies it to you (or your allies).

 

 

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