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Unipolar No More: American Power at the Crossroads

By Dilip Hiro / TomDispatch Moscow’s frustration of Washington’s agenda to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad and China’s plan to link numerous Asian and European countries in a vast transportation and pipeline network represent a growing international challenge to and curtailment of U.S. power.
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