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December 16th, 2004
To analyze policy options for administration of molecular manufacturing, it's necessary to predict the future, or at least to make an educated guess about likely geopolitical conditions a decade or so from now.
Until now, CRN has generally assumed that the United States will maintain a dominant position of strength, both militarily and economically. Now, however, some analysts are pointing to an emerging "tendency toward a multipolar configuration of world politics, in which a number of regional power centers compete for hegemony over their spheres of influence..."
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