13th Law of Power – Why Ruto should cease talking of Kikuyus Debt

In 433 BC, two Greek City-States wanted to enlist a third City-state on their side. Corinth wanted Athens on its side. Likewise, Corcyra wanted Athens on its side. Forming a strategic alliance with Athens was important for either of the city-states. Each City State was given a chance to court Athens. Due to a stroke of history, Athens could be considered the mother of Corcyra and grandmother to Corinth. In a way, Athens was indebted to both. It was of this debt that Corinth talked about as it sought to…

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