In the new world order, middle power countries like Brazil, Turkey, India, and Egypt, are poised to be a significant force. These are countries capable of playing key strategic roles internationally or regionally, with natural resources, demographic advantages or historic links at their disposal.  

Join Claudine Fry for a conversation with Control Risks experts Gabriel Brasil and Patricia Rodrigues for a conversation about what makes a country a middle powers, what makes them a force on the geopolitical stage, and why understanding them matters for business. 

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