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How can I find out which research agreements I, or anybody else, has active? I can't seem to find a screen that has a list.

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Click on the Diplomacy icon (top right) then on the Diplomacy Overview button - it should show on here (on left hand side) if you have any Research Agreements in place. I dont think there is any way to see other civs Research Agreements, only your own.

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The diplomacy overview should have it. Unfortunately, it lists things in a non-intuitive manner (it lists the turn the agreement started on, I believe?) so once you know the start date, you have to calculate the intervening years (and thus the end date) on your own.

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Turn ≠ Year. Just look at the turns, it'll say something like "started at turn 241, for 30 turns". :) – deceze Oct 14 '10 at 1:12
Yeah, clearly, but I'd prefer it say something like "started at turn 241, for 30 turns. (24/30)" – Raven Dreamer Oct 14 '10 at 1:22
Sure, so would I. Just wanted to point out that dates (years) don't correlate to turns. :) – deceze Oct 14 '10 at 2:50
Oh, aha. I see where you're taking umbrage now. Ha! Idiomatic time expressions don't mix well when talking about time, I see. – Raven Dreamer Oct 14 '10 at 3:06

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