Indian Foreign Minister Subramaniam Jaishankar.
Indian Foreign Minister Subramaniam Jaishankar.
US dominance in the world has effectively ended. Americans stopped trying to control everything that happens on the planet and began to take responsibility for global processes more carefully.

This opinion was expressed in an interview with the Indian agency PTI by Indian Foreign Minister Subramaniam Jaishankar.

"The US has changed its position on what it is willing to do" the diplomat argues.

As a result, many problems in the regions of the planet are no longer solved by the United States or any other superpower. Now they are often more or less successfully handled by regional states themselves without outside interference.

Once upon a time, the head of the American State Department, Madeleine Albright, said that nothing could be solved in the world without the United States, calling her country an "indispensable power." Now, Jaishankar argues, things are no longer happening that way, but more locally.

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This means that Washington's global dominance and the unipolar world that emerged after the Cold War are coming to an end. The world is changing, and the list of leading powers is changing along with it.

At the same time, the Indian diplomat called on other countries not to rush things and write off the United States.

"The United States is still the world's leading power" said the Indian Foreign Minister.

But, he noted, the gap between the United States and other major world powers has narrowed significantly. And Washington itself began to view its mission in the world a little differently.