- National Power Index
National Power scores are the product of an index combining the weighted factors of GDP, defense spending, population, and technology. Scores are calculated by the International Futures computer model and are expressed as a state’s relative share (percentage) of all global power.
The forecast of these values is hosted by the Google Public Data Explorer. Graphs for any country and some regional groupings can be produced to 2060 for the International Futures Base Case or scenarios produced for the United Nations Environment Programme Global Environmental Outlook 4.
Power as percentage of global power in 2010.
Power as percentage of global power in 2025.
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