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The US will remain the single most important actor in 2025 but will be less dominant.

 US Global Trends Report: Key points     : Information Clearing House - ICH: "It will retain its considerable military advantages, but scientific and technological advances; the use of 'irregular warfare tactics' by others; the proliferation of long-range precision weapons; and the growing use of cyber warfare attacks 'increasingly will constrict US freedom of action'.

The US will still have a role to play as a 'much-needed regional balancer' in the Middle East and Asia, despite the recent rise in anti-Americanism.

It will also be expected to play a significant role in using its military power to counter global terrorism, and will be seen as key to finding solutions to climate change.

US policy is likely to be strongly determined by internal developments in a number of key states, particularly China and Russia."


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