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December 16th, 2004
World Politics and Nanotechnology
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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