Russia Is No Superpower

Russia Is No Superpower

January 14, 2022 Off By
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Between the end of World Wat II and the breakup of the Soviet Union in 1991, the United States and the Soviet Union were clearly the world’s only superpowers. What about today? Q4 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more And what entitles a nation to be considered a superpower? Three things: An extremely powerful military, a very large and efficient economy, and a very large and productive population. Clearly, the U.S. and China meet those criteria. Both have nuclear weapons and the means to aim them anywhere on the globe. So does Russia, India, Pakistan, the United Kingdom, France, North…

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