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USA fall - March 5th 2009, 12:13 PM

what would happen to the rest of the world like England france?
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Re: USA fall - March 5th 2009, 01:40 PM

Eh, depends what you mean by fall for it's an unusual term to use outside a military theme. If someone took over the US by force (very) unlikely or for some reason they decided to become an autonomous part of another country then Britain and France etc would get richer at the expense of the ordinary US citizen a la pre War of Independence era

If you meant economically then the rest of the world would take a knock but I do not think there'd also be total collapse, the biggest problem would be the effect on the PRC combined with loss of trade to the US. However, the EU has a bigger GDP as a whole than the US so there could still be some in-trading to a certain extent
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Re: USA fall - March 5th 2009, 08:13 PM

I think he means if the entire empire crumbled. Like no more USA (like the fall of the Romans)...

In that case, I'd think that it would take a toll because USA is a vital ally to many countries such as England and France. Had it not been for them, WWII would have turned out much differently. Thus, if there were to be any wars of that magnitude with enemies in countries much bigger than England and France, without the US, things may not turn out so well. The middle eastern countries would also take a plunge because the US is the number one consumer of their oils. Without them, their economies would be in turmoil. Many other trades may also suffer because of America's massive foreign imports and trades.

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Re: USA fall - March 5th 2009, 11:44 PM

What do you mean by fall? Do you mean fall as in the USA would be taken over by another country? Or do you mean fall as in the USA has fallen, ceased to exist, no more people are left here?

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