The Washington Post: The United States is heading toward collapse and is unlikely to recover The Washington Post: The United States is heading toward collapse and is unlikely to recover

The Washington Post: The United States is heading toward collapse and is unlikely to recover

The Washington Post: The United States is heading toward collapse and is unlikely to recover

Reports issued by research institutions revealed that the United States is facing a period of decline from which it is unlikely to recover due to the lack of a common understanding of the problem and ways to solve it.

Washington Post writer David Ignatius said, based on a new report issued by the Rand Corporation, that “the United States may be approaching a decline from which only a few great powers have recovered,” adding that the United States “does not even have "Now there is a common understanding of the problem and how to solve it."

The writer pointed out that the competitiveness of the United States is threatened at both the local and international levels.

Ignatius also explained that the United States is going through a period of decline, and is no longer respected as a power by dozens of developing countries, in light of competition from China.

He said that a number of other problems can be observed today, such as slowing productivity growth, “excessive military tension” and polarizations in the political system in the United States.

The writer pointed out that if the Americans cannot find new leaders and agree on solutions that suit everyone, the United States will collapse and will enter a “downward spiral,” as the great powers in the past were rarely able to reverse this trend, that is, to re-rise.

In light of the tense internal political situation and the state of polarization that the United States is going through, and the intense competition it faces from China, as well as the government spending crisis that has become recurring, the total American debt to the federal government has exceeded $34 trillion , which is a record number that portends the political and economic challenges that the administration will face. America in the coming years.

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