set an agenda on the basis of/on account of/owing to the power

galakha

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Ukrainian
Do any of the following sentences make sense if I want to express that the US military and economic power enables it to set a global agenda?

1) The US can set a global agenda on the basis of its military and economic power.

2) The US can set a global agenda on account of its military and economic power.

3) The US can set a global agenda owing to its military and economic power.

They don't quite do to me. Yet I'm unable to come up with anything more meaningful.
Or if I want to keep "the US" as a subject, only "Thanks to the military and economic power, the US can.." works?
 
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