In courses first taught at any school of international affairs, it is said that in their foreign policies, countries adopt one of three great strategies.
The first of them is self-reliance, since the country does not need other countries with regards to its own security and basic needs. The country produces its own weapons and it has production capabilities which help endure, regardless of other parties. And even if it does need another party for one reason or another, it has enough money and economic means to attain what it wants, or forcefully take it.
Dissatisfaction is always the result when one power ends up controlling the world, like what happened with the U.S. after the Cold War ended and the Soviet Union collapsedAbdel Monem Said