China for sure.
China. The present world understands economic power more than military power. With the grand plan of one belt one road and maritime silk route China will realise it's aim of becoming the centre of world
Russia: this is the least likely of the three. Russia is not the big, scary place that it was when it was part of the USSR. Their economy is still stagnant, and their military, while formidable, is still light-years behind, conventionally (for the most part), the US. Russia being a superpower once more will depend on how fast the Artic melts. If it’s relatively quick (as in, it happening within the next 50–75 years), then they will become a dominant force once more. They stand to benefit from Climate Change, as the melting Artic will open up trade lanes there. Besides that, there’s untold amounts of resources that remain untapped in Siberia.
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