What is the imperial system?
Is it the system of global domination and empire?
Or is it a system of private property and exploitation of the natural world?
Is the system based on the need for resources, the pursuit of profit and a “cosmopolitanism” that sees the world as one vast, multi-ethnic empire, or is it an economic system of capital accumulation and state control?
The US empire is a complex web of international partnerships, which includes the European Union, NATO, the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, the United Nations, the WTO and the World Bank.
Its foundation is the United States of America, founded in 1776.
Today, it dominates most of the world, including most of Europe and the Middle East.
The United States is the largest economy in the world and the second-largest military superpower.
It is also the world’s second-leading source of natural resources, according to the US Geological Survey.
The US government has a vested interest in the continuation of US domination, as it does in many other areas.
In the wake of the financial crisis, the US has used its military to impose draconian austerity measures on the world.
In addition to cutting spending on the military and police, it has pushed through legislation to limit the ability of international bodies such as the World Trade Organization to intervene in national economic affairs.
In many ways, this is what it is like to be a member of the imperial family.
The system is deeply embedded in the fabric of American life.
The country is the world capital of science and technology and a key supplier of military equipment.
It also has the largest military budget in the Western world, and has been responsible for the deaths of tens of thousands of American soldiers since 2001.
Yet in a country that is considered the world leader in science and education, its scientific prowess is often overlooked.
“It’s very difficult to be critical of the United State,” said Robert Shibley, a professor of international relations at American University in Washington.
“But I think it’s a pretty significant part of American history.”
The US is an empire that relies heavily on military and intelligence agencies.
It has the highest rate of global war crimes and atrocities on earth, including the torture and assassination of prisoners of war, and the systematic extermination of millions of people, according the UN.
In 2014, a US court convicted former CIA director David Petraeus of violating US and international law by failing to disclose to his superiors a classified report about the agency’s covert torture of suspected terrorists in Afghanistan.
The report said that, when the CIA failed to notify the president or congressional leaders of the report, President Barack Obama and other US officials knew about it and approved the program.
The CIA has also admitted it violated international law and is under investigation for its actions.
As a result, the Obama administration has been working on a series of reforms, including one that would make the United Kingdom the world center for information technology research and development.
The UK government has made significant efforts to diversify its economy away from reliance on the American-made products.
Its technology sector employs thousands of people and has invested billions in new technology, including in renewable energy.
Yet it has also been accused of pursuing an imperial agenda and has lost out on billions of dollars worth of US technology, according in part to a 2016 report by the Institute for Policy Studies.
“The UK government and business in the United Empire State are engaged in a deliberate, sustained, and sustained effort to transform the UK into a technology-oriented society,” the report stated.
The Obama administration also has pursued reforms that would increase transparency and accountability, including by requiring the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to regulate the Internet.
However, the FCC has been a critical barrier to further US-based innovation.
The commission, which was created in 1934 to regulate telecommunications and information technology, has been one of the most secretive and restrictive bodies in the country.
In 2015, it approved a new version of a proposed net neutrality rule, which would have required internet service providers (ISPs) to treat all internet traffic equally.
The rule, proposed by the Federal Trade Commission, would have allowed internet providers to charge for preferential access to websites and to block or slow the delivery of certain content, such as online videos or other media.
The Trump administration has called the rules a “total disaster” that would have “destroyed the economy of the US” and has called for a rollback of the FCC rules.
The FCC is now considering new rules that would limit the FCC’s authority and require ISPs to create and operate customer service teams.
The administration has also proposed a “regulatory pause” on a number of major issues, including net neutrality, while Congress is weighing legislation to repeal the Obama-era rules.
In a statement, White House press secretary Lindsay Walters told The Associated Press that the administration is reviewing the rules.
“We are considering a number other options to further advance the agenda of transparency, openness and accountability that the commission has set forth,” Walters said.
“This includes reviewing whether the