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Has the World Outgrown Superpowers?

With the United States Waning and China Growing, Where Does That Leave Us?

A skeleton asks another sheepish looking skeleton “Was this really necessary?” The inquisitive skeleton is gesturing to a nuclear explosion.
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Superpowers have been dictating world politics for centuries. The last four hundred years have witnessed multiple regional superpowers attempt world dominance. They’ve all taken a crack, all of them failed. Apparently, dominating the world takes a good amount of people, skill…

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