ประเทศอำนาจปานกลาง

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ประเทศอำนาจปานกลาง (อังกฤษ: middle power) หมายถึง รัฐซึ่งมีความสามารถที่จะแผ่อิทธิพลในระดับภูมิภาค ซึ่งแม้จะไม่ใช่ทั้งอภิมหาอำนาจหรือมหาอำนาจ แต่ก็มีความสามารถในการแผ่อิทธิพลในภูมิภาคของตนเอง

ความเหลื่อมระหว่างมหาอำนาจและประเทศอำนาจปานกลาง[แก้]

มีแหล่งข้อมูลกล่าวถึงประเทศเหล่านี้ว่าเป็นประเทศอำนาจปานกลาง

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