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A Great Power is a nation or state that has the ability to exert its influence on a global scale. Great powers characteristically possess economic, military, diplomatic, and cultural strength, which may cause other smaller nations to consider the opinions of great powers before taking actions of their own. International relations theorists have posited that great power status can be characterized into power capabilities, spatial aspects, and status dimensions. Sometimes the status of great powers is formally recognized in conferences such as the Congress of Vienna or an international structure such as the World Assembly Security Council.

The term "great power" was first used to represent the most important powers in CP during the post-Napoleonic era. Since then, the international balance of power has shifted numerous times, most dramatically during World War I and World War II. While some nations are widely considered to be great powers, there is no definitive list, leading to a continuing debate.

Great Powers in yearsEdit

1815

Venilan Empire

British Empire

Sttenia

Kingdom of Prussia (Holy Germania)

Youngovakian Empire

1880

Venilan-Hungarian Empire

British Empire

Sttenia

Holy Germanian Empire

Youngovakian Empire

Greater Holy Germania

Birkaine

1900

Venilan-Hungarian Empire

British Empire

Empire of Japanesa

Sttenia

Holy Germanian Empire

Italy

Youngovakian Empire

United States

Greater Holy Germania

Birkaine

1919

Holy Germanian Empire

British Empire

Empire of Japanesa

Sttenia

Italy

United States


1939

Empire of Japanesa

Sttenia

Holy Germanian Empire

Greater Holy Germania

Italy

Soviet Union

United Kingdom

United States

1945

Holy Germanian Empire

Sttenia

Soviet Union

United States

United Kingdom

Republic of Chinaland

2000

Japanesa

Sttenia

Holy Germanian Empire

Republic of Chinaland

Youngovakia

United Kingdom

United States