Top 10 Most Peaceful Countries in the World


Who doesn’t want to live in happy nation a peaceful countries? Especially in today’s scenario where there are lots of disturbance and chaos going on around us. The Global Peace Index (GPI) report from the Institute of Economics and Peace depicts the comparative level of peace in 162 countries.

They ranked the countries based on 22 different parameters like crime, war, relationship with neighboring countries, contributing to U.N peacekeeping mission, etc. Just have a glance at the top 10 most peaceful countries in the world.

10. Slovenia


The tenth position on the list of top ten most peaceful countries in the world is acquired by “Slovenia”. Slovenia is yet another small country which is situated in Central Europe. It is well known for its mountains, outdoor recreation and ski resorts. The crime rate is quite low and the literacy rate is very high in this country, which makes it a very beautiful place to live in.

9. Japan


With Technology at its forefront, Japan is considered to have a very less crime rate. Japan has a separate defense force for its internal security as well as its having a good relations with the neighboring country. Japan is the world’s third-largest economy and its transportation system is extremely good.

8. Canada


Canadian government always plays a major role in the welfare of their citizen that is why the crime rate is very low in this country. Canada is considered as one of the most literate countries in the world and the unemployment rate is between 5 to 7% which is the trademark of a happy nation.

7. Czech Republic


Czech Republic is a small country whose border is occupied by Austria, Germany, Slovakia and Thailand. Tourism is one biggest industry of this nation that is why every year, huge numbers of people visit this beautiful place. Crime rate here is very low as like other European countries that is why many people of diverse religions lived here peacefully.

6. Portugal


Portugal is very quiet and beautiful country. Here crime rate is much less, as well as laws are extremely stringent here. The country’s weather, cuisine and architecture always attract visitors from all around the globe. Portugal’s capital is Lisbon, whose many areas are kept today as they were, have been created in the 18th century.

5. New Zealand


Fifth position on our list of the top 10 most peaceful countries is acquired by “Newzealand”. New Zealand is regarded as the most secure place to live. The Judicial system is quite strong, fast and independent as well as the police force is also very loyal. Here education system and health care facility are regarded as world class. Both these facilities are provided as free of cost or at very reasonable rate by the New Zealand Government

4. Austria


This famous country of Europe has a very good environment for living. Crime rate here is vastly low as well as transportation system is quite well. Recycling law here is quite tough for saving the environment.

3. Switzerland


Switzerland is considered as the most beautiful country in the world. Not only clean city is the identity of this country, but low crime rate and high quality food are the key identity of this lovely place. In this country salary rate is higher as compared to the tax rate.

2. Denmark


Denmark is regarded as the least corrupt and most peaceful country in the world. Here literacy rate and the standard of living is quite high as compare to other countries and due to less population and advanced health care facility, the average age of people is quite more. In this country people love to walk and do cycling for going to school or office rather than taking a cab.

1. Iceland


First position on our list of top 10 most peaceful countries in the world is grabbed by “Iceland”. Here is crime rate is extremely low and Democracy and there are better odds of democracy and gender equality. Here is the literacy rate is 100 per cent and does not have any tuition fees to study in this country.

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