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Therefore, the current power struggle is more like not a fistfight, and a friendly rematch in a foreign field. In this situation, most experts agree that in the next 10-15 years, despite the weakening of its role, the U.S. loss of world leadership. First, the chief financial asset the United States continues to be the dollar and Treasury bonds. And although today all distinctly heard talk of a new reserve currency, the practical implementation of this the idea is still unlikely. In reality, the world does not exist a competitive alternative to the "bad" American debt instruments, and investors continue to invest even in a weak U.S. economy.

K Moreover, the U.S. virtually control large financial institutions, which, in fact, can go to such drastic measures as the introduction of a new reserve currency. The dominant role of the imf and World Bank will allow the U.S. and follows a policy of dollarization of the global economy. Secondly, the U.S. economy, and today the largest and most competitive in the world. Country's share in world gdp is about 20%, almost twice the economy nearest competitor. As for the leading industries of the future such as nano-and biotechnology, the U.S.

is practically a monopoly in this area. Already, revenues from the use of new technologies in the U.S. up 76% of the global total in this field. Such a huge potential in conjunction with the privilege of making key decisions on the level of international organizations will provide U.S. leadership in the preservation of the future.

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