Which country’s top five leaders have the most influence?

In this year’s Global Cohesion survey, we asked you to rank each of the top five countries on their influence, with the highest ranking country at the top of the list.

Here are the results:1.

Denmark – 8,852 points2.

Singapore – 7,723 points3.

Sweden – 6,928 points4.

Belgium – 5,982 points5.

The Netherlands – 4,739 pointsThe top five most influential countries were Denmark, Singapore, Sweden and the Netherlands.

Denmark, Denmark and the Dutch have long enjoyed a strong economic relationship with one another, and it has helped them maintain a relatively stable political landscape.

They also have a relatively high level of public trust in government.

In particular, they have a strong belief in democracy and transparency.

In addition, their respective political leaders are among the most trusted in the world.

Sweden’s prime minister, Stefan Lofven, is viewed highly in Europe, and Denmark’s centre-right government has a reputation for stability.

Sweden’s Prime Minister Stefan L of the centre-left Social Democrats and Sweden’s centre -right Social Democrats, the Social Democrats have been a reliable partner in dealing with global challenges.

In addition, they are the most successful party in a country of around 12 million people.

It is not a surprise that Sweden has one of the highest levels of trust in the EU and has received the top award for the past 10 years.

Singapore is seen as a country with a stable and stable political system, with a well-functioning legal system and strong economic development.

Singapore is the third most influential country in the survey and is seen to have the highest level of political trust.

It has a strong history of international cooperation, including with the United States, Canada and Australia.

Singlish Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has been an effective leader in tackling regional and international challenges, including the spread of HIV/AIDS.

He is viewed as a leader who is committed to maintaining Singapore’s reputation as a liberal democracy.

Australia’s Prime Minster Barnaby Joyce is seen by many as an influential figure in Australian politics, particularly in foreign affairs and defence.

The Netherlands has enjoyed a successful international role.

This country has a good economic relationship, strong national identity and a strong reputation for free trade.

A strong position in the European Union has helped it maintain an international position.

The country’s main ally in Europe is the United Kingdom, which is seen internationally as a strong and respected country.

This has helped Netherlands to maintain a high level in the Eurozone and the euro area as a whole.

In Europe, it is the European Capital of Culture and has recently been named the European City of Culture.

The top country for the United Nations (UN) is South Korea.

The country is seen in the United Nation as a stable, open and democratic society.

The political stability of South Korea has enabled it to successfully implement the UN’s Agenda 2030.

The international role of South Korean President Moon Jae-in is also a strong indicator of the country’s political stability.

South Korea’s foreign policy is supported by the United State, and South Korea is a permanent member of the Security Council.

The United States is seen at the front of the pack for influence in South Korea, although the number of countries who see South Korea as a potential threat is smaller.

In the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the UAE is seen a stable country that is seen worldwide as a responsible and responsible power.

The UAE is viewed by many to be an influential and reliable country, and has enjoyed the status of a “global power”.

The UAE has a long history of diplomatic ties with a number of major nations, including Russia and China.

The relationship with Turkey is seen with some uncertainty due to its relationship with Russia.

The number of U.S. allies in the Middle East and Africa is seen low, however, with only nine nations having diplomatic relations with the UAE.

In Russia, President Vladimir Putin is seen more as a political leader than a leader in his country.

Russia is seen the least influential country on this year.

Russia has been under pressure over the last several years over the conflict in Ukraine and the conflict with the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).

Russia has long had a low level of foreign policy influence, but it has recently shown a willingness to make changes in the political environment.

The Russian president has also been praised for being one of Russia’s strongest voices in international affairs.

In Switzerland, the Swiss Confederation is viewed internationally as an important country.

It’s also a key trading partner and an important economic partner of the European continent.

This makes Switzerland one of Europe’s most important trading partners.

Switzerland is seen, among other things, as a reliable country in international and regional affairs.

The number of EU countries seen as having a high degree of influence in the country is low.

Sweden, France, Germany,