New Policy Brief #12 “Egypt’s entry into BRICS and its geopolitical impact on the Eurasian chessboard” by Mateus Santos

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New Policy Brief #12 “Egypt’s entry into BRICS and its geopolitical impact on the Eurasian chessboard” by Mateus Santos

12 de fevereiro de 2024 Blog 0

“What are the main consequences of Egypt’s entry into BRICS? Cairo’s entry into the multilateral initiative on January 1st, 2024 represents an agreement with the so-called emerging world. After the troubled Arab Spring, Egypt acquires a new status by becoming a key player in the process of BRICS expansion on the African continent and in the Arab world. (…)

🔻 Mateus Santos is a PhD candidate in History at the Federal University of Pelotas (UFPel). He is currently a research member of the Laboratory of Geopolitics, International Relations and Antisystemic Movements (LABGRIMA) at the same university.

🔳 The Policy Brief is produced in partnership with the International Institute of Geopolitics and Strategic Intelligence (IIGSI/USA), the Centre for Studies on Geopolitics and Foreign Affairs (CENEGRI/Brazil) and the Laboratory of Geopolitics, International Relations and Antisystemics Movements (LabGRIMA/Federal University of Pelotas, Brazil).

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