- superpowerbwerau arbennig
Noun(1) a state powerful enough to influence events throughout the world
(1) The audience was unsure of what would happen to him just as Americans are unsure of what will happen to them entering the second millennium as the world's only financially and culturally dominant superpower .(2) Instead of naming that government, let's just call it government X. Government X has decided that it should be the world's only superpower and that it should stand in judgment over all countries in the world.(3) a superpower summit(4) But what is also clear from this action is how Bosnia and Herzegovina from a powerful state that once was a part of sovereign Yugoslavia, has slid down so steeply to become a fragile, vulnerable state at the mercy of the world's superpower .(5) superpower rivalry(6) If you're looking to find the next economic superpower , you have to realize that most emerging markets stay emerging markets.(7) When Bobby Fischer met Boris Spassky at the 1972 World Chess Championship, the event was redolent with the superpower politics of the Cold War.(8) It is very difficult to be capitalist when there is a communist superpower invading most of Eastern Europe and trying to do the same in Africa and South America.(9) One of the good things about being a superpower is that countries the world over want to tie their economic fortunes to yours.(10) The first occasion was the collapse of the Soviet superpower enemy and of Communism as an ideology.(11) Thus, China's development as a superpower is beginning to concern its neighbours and the USA.(12) Efforts to greatly expand education could determine whether India is a future economic superpower or if it will be burdened with the world's biggest population of poor illiterates.(13) The end of the Cold War and the emergence of the United States as the only superpower raised several questions concerning the direction of the country's foreign policy.(14) It does not become an economic superpower but it does become a ├ö├ç├┐newly industrialized country├ö├ç├û, like Malaysia, Taiwan and South Korea.(15) In India, though, citizens believe the millennium marks a new era in which their country will emerge as a world superpower .(16) Third, Beijing is likely to emerge as an exporting superpower , aggravating America's trade deficit and fanning protectionist pressures in a slumping world economy.
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3. world power ::
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