An honest effort to evaluate the changing distribution of power in the world, especially industrial power, in terms of political rivalries. The inevitable result is to fix attention on the power potential of Russia and of the Far East. Where readers may dissent from the author's analysis is in his use of a rather narrow range of power components, psychological and related factors seemingly being excluded.
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