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The key elements of national power is a recurring theme in the debate on international relations, appearing in classical writers such as Morgenthau and Kenneth Walt. In Brazil, the theme of the elements of National Power was formulated mainly within the scope of the Brazilian War College (ESG). The following text seeks, firstly, to introduce the reader into the planning system structured by the Brazilian State as of the 1930 Revolution. Next, he specifically addresses the geopoliticaldoi:10.31501/repats.v2i2.10721 fatcat:7hezucgq5necdgfx3rcivawrku