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"Login failed for unknown reason" error
Missing additional character slot for current/ lapsed Gold Members
Slow patching in the launcher
A bug that involved Romulan Liberated Borg captains and their skills once they chose an ally
Well, in the Star Trek future, the Americans obviosuly won WW3 (if you can win a nuclear war at all), and most of China and India and Europe became rather irrelevant. Hence the domination of the English language, and hence the obvious predominance of Americans among human Starfleet officers.
Yes, Picard is French, but apart from him, how many non-American officers can you count as opposed to those who seem to be from America?
American Starfleet personnel:
Kim (yes, Harry was obviously an American)
Non-American human Starfleet personnel from Earth:
Worf (in a way, he is Russian)
If becomes even worse if you count all the anglophones as "Americans" in the above lists...
Now, if we assume that this is sort of representative for Earth's population, we can conclude that America is the most populous of the surviving countries after WW3. Today, America has a bout 5% of Earth's population, in the centuries after WW3, it seems to be more like 60%. :p
And many countries simply don't seem to exist any more.