With the collapse of the great Soviet Empire, the U.S. emerged as the sole superpower of the world. However, the efforts of becoming the world’s greatest power did not end with this war. In recent times, the struggle of world powers continues in a new arena of capitalism in an era of paper money.
In 1991, when the USSR collapsed, communism was already much weakened, but capitalism unknowingly lost its strength and went bankrupt in its costly, decades-long fight with communism. Today, the former communist superpowers Russia and China are re-emerging and playing the game with gold against the West, including the U.S and England with their vulnerable paper money.