So far, the unipolar world of one superpower has been a fiasco. Instead of a self-assured Roman Empire swatting barbarians, we have had a United States that has unilaterally almost disbanded the most successful alliance in history, become steadily more vulnerable to energy imports and the caprices of international creditors, and poured its deployable military force into a quagmire. — Conrad Black (Dec. 2006)
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