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hyperpower

(ˈhaɪpəˌpaʊə)
n
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) an extremely powerful state that dominates all other states in every sphere of activity
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the power wielded by such a state
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More importantly, hyperpower spectral density (an index of the default mode component's time course) in DMN is positively correlated with the severity of the hallucination.
Hyperpower offensives were justified with worst-case scenarios (rogue states passing WMD to terrorists), but the strategies to pursue them were based on best-case scenarios about the ease of establishing any kind of order, much less a democratic one, in the wake of merely military victory.
So the global hyperpower has been reduced to convening a symposium on whether they need to open up more community-college scholarships at the new Center for Outstanding Achievement in Analogies of Extremism.
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Bush's 2003 "Mission Accomplished" speech, America has gone from hyperpower to hyperventilater.
They further contended that the United States was "no longer a hyperpower towering over potential contenders.
They continue that the United States "is no longer a hyperpower towering over potential contenders.
This happened on America's watch--while Iraq was a protectorate of the global hyperpower.
The unipolar trap is a vicious cycle that every hyperpower (i) - the leading state under a unipolar system (ii) - will ultimately face.
After the demise of Soviet Union United States rose to the status of a hyperpower.
Topics addressed include World War II as the transformative moment that allowed the establishment of American hyperpower, mass consumerism, tensions between race relations and democratic pretensions, pragmatic realism and the anti-imperial tradition, the American Century as the globalization of the United States, transformations in the international economy, the very notion of the American Century as myopic illusion of the efficacy and nature of power, the role of corporatist ideology in shaping the American Century, and the ideology of American Exceptionalism.