Which Countries Are Safest, And Which Are Not In 2019? | CEOWORLD magazine

Iceland is the safest country in the world, while the Philippines is the most dangerous, according to a new study by Global Finance Magazine. The study weighed up three essential factors to compile the list; war, crime rates, and the risk posed by natural disasters.

European nations scored particularly well, accounting for seven countries out of the top ten and 15 out of the top 20.

The United States ranked 65 on the list, China at 81, Brazil at 84, Israel at 92, Mexico at 105, India at 106, Turkey at 107, and Russia at 108.

The most unsafe nations in the world were those ravaged by combinations or extreme experiences of war, crime and/or natural disasters, with the Philippines ranked the world’s most unsafe country, followed by Yemen, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nigeria, and Pakistan.

Which Countries Are Safest, And Which Are Not in 2019?

Rank Country Score
1 Iceland 6.16
2 Switzerland 7.01
3 Finland 7.04
4 Portugal 7.07
5 Austria 7.08
6 Norway 7.27
7 Qatar 7.28
8 Singapore 7.34
9 Denmark 7.41
10 New Zealand 7.42
11 Canada 7.42
12 Slovenia 7.44
13 Sweden 7.5
14 Czech Republic 7.68
15 Spain 7.81
16 Ireland 7.82
17 Estonia 7.89
18 Australia 7.95
19 Belgium 7.98
20 Germany 8.09
21 United Arab Emirates 8.21
22 Croatia 8.27
23 Oman 8.34
24 Latvia 8.45
25 Lithuania 8.49
26 Slovakia 8.53
27 Poland 8.54
28 Hungary 8.61
29 Mongolia 8.74
30 Bhutan 8.79
31 Netherland 8.82
32 Cyprus 8.88
33 Romania 8.88
34 South Korea 8.93
35 Uruguay 8.93
36 France 9.01
37 Kuwait 9.1
38 United Kingdom 9.21
39 Malaysia 9.22
40 Italy 9.23
41 Botswana 9.25
42 Bulgaria 9.27
43 Japan 9.49
44 Kazakhstan 9.5
45 Morocco 9.53
46 Moldova 9.58
47 Laos 9.61
48 Jordan 9.67
49 Georgia 9.68
50 Argentina 9.8
51 Rwanda 9.98
52 Zambia 9.98
53 Nambia 10
54 Saudi Arabia 10.02
55 Bahrain 10.02
56 Bosnia and Herzegovina 10.04
57 Greece 10.13
58 Serbia 10.14
59 Macedonia 10.24
60 Paraguay 10.25
61 Chile 10.25
62 Armenia 10.25
63 Ghana 10.27
64 Panama 10.27
65 United States 10.3
66 Malawi 10.33
67 Bolivia 10.39
68 Tajikistan 10.48
69 Albania 10.48
70 Sri Lanka 10.53
71 Azerbaijan 10.56
72 Gabon 10.57
73 Mauritius 10.72
74 Tunisia 10.77
75 Ecuador 10.81
76 Nepal 10.82
77 Iran (Islamic Republic of) 10.84
78 Lesotho 10.88
79 Tanzania 11.02
80 Senegal 11.08
81 China 11.11
82 Algreia 11.14
83 Vietnam 11.15
84 Brazil 11.15
85 Peru 11.22
86 Sierra Leone 11.26
87 Indonesia 11.27
88 Madagascar 11.32
89 Kyrgyzstan 11.43
90 Benin 11.6
91 Uganda 11.62
92 Israel 11.64
93 Zimbabwe 11.84
94 Cote d’Ivoire 11.85
95 Mozambique 11.91
96 Ethiopia 12.01
97 Costa Rica 12.02
98 Nicaragua 12.06
99 Trinidad and Tobago 12.19
100 Thailand 12.27
101 South Africa 12.33
102 Dominican Republic 12.48
103 Egypt 12.63
104 Mauritania (Islamic Republic of) 12.76
105 Mexico 12.82
106 India 12.85
107 Turkey 12.94
108 Russia 12.94
109 Cambodia 12.96
110 Jamaica 13.02
111 Kenya 13.13
112 Lebanon 13.43
113 Burundi 13.46
114 Honduras 13.55
115 Cameroon 13.56
116 Ukraine 13.91
117 Congo 13.96
118 Venezuela 13.98
119 Mali 14.15
120 Chad 14.31
121 Bangladesh 14.66
122 Colombia 14.79
123 Pakistan (Islamic Republic of) 14.8
124 Nigeria 14.88
125 El Salvador 15.43
126 Guatemala 15.81
127 Yemen 15.93
128 Philippines 17.7

These are the safest countries in the world, 2019:

These are the safest countries in the world, 2019

These are the most dangerous countries in the world, 2019:

These are the most dangerous countries in the world, 2019

Anna Papadopoulos

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