The IEP’s findings mean that choices are slim if you want to live in a completely peaceful country. The only ones to achieve the lowest score for all forms of conflict were Switzerland, Japan, Qatar, Mauritius, Uruguay, Chile, Botswana, Costa Rica, Vietnam, Panama and Brazil.
The world’s newest country is also the least peaceful nation in the world, according to the 2014 Global Peace Index
The rise of Isis in the country has led to much unrest and violence, with thousands displaced from the minority Yazidi sect
The nation has been fraught with civil war and famine. Most recently the military have been fighting Islamist insurgents Al-Shabaab
Since the country divided into two, there has been continuing unrest. This year the Sudanese army and rebels engaged in heavy fighting near the city of Kadugli
Central African Republic
The nation has endured a violent civil war since 2012. Last year the government fell to rebels and the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said the situation in the country was precarious
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Civil wars have kept this country high in the ranks as one of the most conflicted places on the globe
Political corruption and instability have dogged Pakistan, as have conflicts with India over the disputed Kashmir region
Despite its secretive nature, the Communist state has ended up as one of the most conflicted nations in the world due to internal problems
Russia has annexed Crimea and been accused by the West of arming rebels who have taken over parts of eastern Ukraine – which has led to the ongoing conflict
Since 2002 the militant Islamist movement Boko Haram has caused much violence in the country in a bid to establish Sharia law and abolish the secular government. This year the terrorist group kidnapped 276 schoolgirls, leading to international criticism of the government’s lack of action
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