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Here Are The World’s Most Powerful Countries In 2019

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Unsurprisingly, the United States has retained its spot as the world’s most powerful country in 2019, according to an annual ranking, followed closely by Russia and China. The report describes the U.S. as the “most dominant economic and military power in the world.” America also has a large cultural impact on the world because of how its popular culture is expressed in music, movies, books, and TV shows.

The top ten most powerful countries in the world, according to the rating, include the US, Russia, China, Germany, UK, France, Japan, Israel, Saudi Arabia, and South Korea.

When compiling the world’s most powerful countries rankings the report looked at a country’s political and financial influences (such as GDP, size of the population, and GDP per capita), as well as its international alliances, the strength it’s military and how it acts as an international leader. The report also suggested that the most powerful countries on earth also are the ones that consistently dominate news headlines, preoccupy policymakers, and shape global economic patterns, according to the report.

  1. United States
  2. Russia
  3. China
  4. Germany
  5. United Kingdom
  6. France
  7. Japan
  8. Israel
  9. Saudi Arabia
  10. South Korea
  11. United Arab Emirates
  12. Canada
  13. Iran
  14. Switzerland
  15. Australia
  16. Turkey
  17. India
  18. Italy
  19. Iraq
  20. Singapore
  21. Sweden
  22. Pakistan
  23. Spain
  24. Qatar
  25. Belgium
  26. Netherlands
  27. Norway
  28. Denmark
  29. Egypt
  30. Brazil
  31. South Africa
  32. Vietnam
  33. Jordan
  34. New Zealand
  35. Belarus
  36. Lebanon
  37. Luxembourg
  38. Mexico
  39. Ukraine
  40. Finland
  41. Greece
  42. Oman
  43. Kazakhstan
  44. Poland
  45. Azerbaijan
  46. Nigeria
  47. Indonesia
  48. Ireland
  49. Portugal
  50. Colombia
  51. Philippines
  52. Serbia
  53. Myanmar
  54. Thailand
  55. Argentina
  56. Angola
  57. Ghana
  58. Malaysia
  59. Tanzania
  60. Sri Lanka
  61. Morocco
  62. Panama
  63. Tunisia
  64. Guatemala
  65. Ecuador
  66. Peru
  67. Chile
  68. Czech Republic
  69. Dominican Republic
  70. Romania
  71. Hungary
  72. Costa Rica
  73. Bulgaria
  74. Uruguay
  75. Croatia
  76. Lithuania
  77. Slovakia
  78. Slovenia
  79. Latvia
  80. Estonia

These are the 20 most powerful countries in the world, 2019:

These are the 20 most powerful countries in the world, 2019

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Anna Papadopoulos
Editor, writer, teacher, consultant. Advocate for plain language, journalism, free speech, and tolerance. Feminist. Based in Sydney, Australia.
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