Iraq is in the first quarter of the list of the most powerful and influential countries around the world

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Iraq is in the first quarter of the list of the most powerful and influential countries around the world

Iraq has been ranked 50th globally and fourth in the Arab world for its influence among countries, according to CEOWORLD Magazine, which specializes in statistical analysis.

According to a report published by a magazine, the United States has been ranked as the most influential country in the world in 2023. The country scored 95.29 points out of 195 included in the table, due to its leadership in fields such as science, sports, and technology. Additionally, the United States is known for having the strongest economy and army in the world. China secured the second position with 95.09 points, followed by Russia with 94.26 points. India and France came in fourth and fifth place with 94.16 and 94.15 points respectively.

The magazine ranked the most influential countries in the world based on points. Germany secured the sixth position with 93.63 points, while the United Kingdom came in seventh with 93.47 points. Japan followed in the eighth place with 93.38 points, while Saudi Arabia came in ninth place with 93.12 points. Finally, Italy secured the tenth position in the ranking with 92.84 points.

According to a statistics magazine, Grenada was ranked at the bottom of the list of the world’s least influential countries, with a global ranking of 195 and 45.74 points. The Comoros Islands were ranked just above Grenada, at 194th globally with 46.02 points.

Among Arab countries, Saudi Arabia secured the top position, followed by the United Arab Emirates at second place, ranking 33rd globally with 88.36 points. Egypt secured the third position in the Arab world and ranked 41st globally with 86.4 points. Iraq came in fourth, and ranked 50th in the world with 83.1 points.

According to the latest global ranking, Qatar secured the fifth rank with 82.37 points, while Algeria earned the sixth position with 82.28 points, and Kuwait ranked seventh with 82.05 points. Morocco occupied the eighth spot with 81.44 points, and Oman stood in the ninth position with 78.6 points. Jordan secured the tenth position with 72.96 points, ranked 91st globally.