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