The United States is experiencing a noticeable decline as a global superpower. Key factors contributing to this decline include economic challenges, geopolitical shifts, a loss of soft power, internal instability, and a deteriorating environment.
Economically, the U.S. faces unsustainable debt, growing inequality, and increased competition from emerging economies. Soft power, once a formidable asset, has eroded due to political divisions and controversial foreign policies.
Domestically, the U.S. grapples with aging infrastructure, healthcare deficiencies, and social unrest. The nation's ability to address climate change and resource scarcity is also in question. Diplomatically, alliances are strained, weakening its ability to shape global norms.