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Does the United States really dominate Europe and how can Europe overcome the United States?

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Since the beginning of the Cold War, the U.S. has devoted their time to trying to dominate the world. The arms race, and the brain drain, especially the level of the NSA project, allowed the U.S. to win contracts with Asian countries in particular. As an example, one can cite the Airbus-Boeing crisis. Here, the project level was used to collect information to the detriment of Airbus. This has cost the company billions of Euros.

The largest world power has a debt of over ten thousand billion dollars (10 000 000 000 000 dollars), which weakens the American economy, and indirectly the world economy. It can also be said that Americans were living beyond their means, causing their loss and the famous global economic crisis. One will find a serious lack of control over the financial system in US (banks, insurance companies and various financial and investment).

In addition, the U.S. is also partly responsible for global warming, consumption of raw materials (oil, metals, wood and water). Similarly, they want to install missile defenses in Europe to ensure the protection of their territory which is an aberration. In addition the system would be in Europe a weapon ineffective and therefore a single argument to defy the union and maintain a military and political presence in it.

Tags: US domination over Europe; US partly responsible for global warming; American economy; effect on world economy;

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