Who holds the power in this world?

1. Traditional power ...
Foreign policy has traditionally been power politics. It was about "imposing your own will" on another country; according to Max Weber’s definition of “power”. The means to implement one's own ideas were realpolitik, rationale and war. This policy was based primarily on military strength. The great theorist of realpolitik, Hans J. Morgenthau, has shown in detail the fundamental elements of the power of a state: geography and the expansion of a country; Mineral resources and economic strength; Degree of industrialization and the possibility of expanding military armaments. As far as today's world is concerned, the following picture emerges: