n Without Prejudice - Is Troy to fall again? : trade law

Volume 14, Issue 6
  • ISSN : 1681-178X



When European investment doesn't fit the bill any longer

Apparently the Greek king Menelaus was what one would refer to today as a cool dude. Maybe not as cool as one might have thought: when the Trojan prince Paris took his wife and indicated his intention not to return her, Menelaus lost his cool and took up arms. Not alone, though, a few other kings of the cities around him, such as Odysseus and Agamemnon were quick to be at his side. And a few thousand men (don't smile, quite an army in those days) went to the Asian shores of the Aegean Sea and started a war, which would last more than 10 years.

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