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Why do some countries think they have to have so much power?
A nation's power is usually measured by the size of their economy/GDP and their military strength and capability.
Knowing who (needs) who the most also settles things.
If someone says: "I'm taking my ball and going home."
And that means it's "the end of the game' then he/she has the power. He who has "the gold" makes the rules.
by Lizam15 years ago
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by RunescapePro7 years ago
Does Google have too much power?It seems to me that whatever Google says becomes law in the world of search engines. What do you think about them?
by Dawn Collins5 years ago
How much power do you think the president actually has?
by C.J. Wright7 years ago
With all of the talk about GITMO regarding "Illegal Detention" and "Enhanced Interigation" techniques, I was wondering what were the thoughts of those who believed that all of the Detainees should...
by Gareth Pritchard4 years ago
Why is knowledge power?Knowledge is power, I hear this quoted often but would like a broader answer than just my own, please share your thoughts on this.
by Castlepaloma7 years ago
Most predominate religious countries are more war like, yet Religions claim they have the higher moral grounds. USA has 5% of the world population in which is 85% Religious and they have 50% of the world’s military...
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