Sunday 26 September 2021

Costa Rica Only 1 of 10 Countries In The Entire World Not At War

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QCOSTARICA – Troubling is a report by the Institute for Economics and Peace, finding that the majority of countries on the planet are at war. According to the Global Peace Index 2016, Costa Rica is one of only ten countries completely free from conflict.

The other nine are Botswana, Chile, Japan, Mauritius, Panama, Qatar, Switzerland, Uruguay and Vietnam are free from war.

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“The index gauges global peace using three broad themes: the level of safety and security in society; the extent of domestic or international conflict; and the degree of “militarization,” the report states.

Though 81 countries improved their level of peace according to those criteria, those gains were muddied by deteriorating peace in 79 other nations. In the last decade, “the average country score deteriorated by 2.44 per cent with 77 countries improving while 85 countries deteriorated, highlighting the global complexities of peace and its uneven distribution.”

As the world descends into a far less peaceful state overall, the staggering cost of militarism and violence becomes painfully clear — 13.3 percent of the globe’s total economic activity, $13.6 trillion in purchasing power parity, concerned violent conflict. That’s the equivalent of “$1,876 for every person in the world.”

Working toward peace will require the international community to promote peaceful, just, and inclusive societies, the IEP urged in conclusion, though such goals aren’t expected to be reached quickly or easily.

Article source: Claire Bernish and theAntiMedia.org

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