Stellaris - Forced into offensive war with no notification or way of backing out

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Description
Forced into offensive war with no notification or way of backing out

Game Version
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What version do you use?
Steam

What expansions do you have installed?
Synthetic Dawn, Utopia, Leviathans Story Pack, Apocalypse, Megacorp, Distant Stars, Ancient Relics, Lithoids, Federations

Do you have mods enabled?
No

Please explain your issue is in as much detail as possible.
There is a known bug about being forced into offensive wars by people you only have non-aggression pacts with. There was no notification, no option to refuse the call. Given the terrible AI bugs out and stays in their home system half the time, this is a game-breaking bug and honestly still seeing it in the game has turned me off from buying more expansions. This was a bug that was reported multiple times last year, and still nothing has been done to address the obvious bug that has the capability to just end entire campaigns.

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Mímisbrunnr

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The bug is that not responding to their (sometimes silent, with only a notification icon appearing) request to join a war counts as an auto-accept rather than an auto-decline like it logically should.