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  1. A family that is closely linked with the US authorities
    1. A strong commitment to the American political and economic life
    2. The incarnation of the "model family" in the American myth of the Kennedys
  2. A controversial ?clan?
    1. The hidden faces of the Kennedy clan
    2. The end of a myth?

The idea of "great power" is usually associated with states having an influence beyond their own borders. Their soft power, though less radiant than a "superpower" is enough to shine at the global level. Note that the two ideas, "great power" and "superpower" have combined to set the same status before the twentieth century, until the redefinition of the order of American-Soviet world. It has in fact long been accepted that under the supremacy of the United States, the other States had a lower rank. However, there was a shift of state power in the world and the end of the U.S. exclusivity. There are some criteria that allow more or less arbitrarily distinguishing a great power that could spread elsewhere, and where we do not expect it. These criteria led to the contribution of world order, the effectiveness of the State by the internal cohesion, the rise of a major economic power with a high level or a large financial market and also the major military power with ability to defeat other powers in a conventional war. The problem is based on an observation of the disruption of order and the idea of emergence of "new power" of the India. Is it not affected by this phenomenon? Is India a weaknesses or does it constitute an obstacle to this vision of undeniable magnitude? We will study the weaknesses mentioned against the slow but continuous effort of a State, which has progressed despite all its strengths. It is important to explain this approximation under these aspects between the ideas of a "great power" and to work towards solving the problem which concerns it. Indeed, we can complete the thought process by the study of the various connections.

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