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Including Iraq.. Arab countries’ ranking on the World Peace Index for the year 2022
19th June, 2022
The Institute for Peace and Global Economy issued the “Global Peace Index for 2022”, where Qatar ranked first in the Arab world, after it ranked 23 globally out of 163 countries.
The report said that the Middle East and North Africa region remains “the lowest” in the peace index in the world for the seventh year in a row, despite the improvement of some indicators slightly. The results of the index revealed an improvement in overall results in 12 of the 20 countries in the region, while eight countries recorded a deterioration in the peace index.
Yemen came at the bottom of the list of countries, becoming the lowest in the peace index in the Middle East and even in the world, and replacing Syria, which has been in that rank since 2014. Sudan also witnessed the largest deterioration in the peace index in the region, and occupied the fourth lowest rank in the peace index after witnessing a deterioration in all fields, while the indicators improved in Libya after a relative calm during the last period, but it remains among the lowest countries on the global peace index.
The following is the ranking of Arab countries according to the “Global Peace Index” for the year 2022:
Qatar: ranked 1 in the Arab world and 23 globally
Kuwait: ranked 2 in the Arab world and 39 globally
Jordan: ranked 3 in the Arab world, and 57 globally
The UAE: ranked 4th in the Arab world and 60th globally
Oman: ranked 5th in the Arab world and 64th globally
Morocco: ranked 6th in the Arab world, and 74th globally
Tunisia: ranked 7th in the Arab world, and 85th globally
Bahrain: ranked 8th in the Arab world, and 99th globally
Algeria: ranked 9th in the Arab world, and 109th globally
Saudi Arabia: ranked 10th in the Arab world, and 119th globally
Egypt: ranked 11th in the Arab world, and 126th globally
The Palestinian Territories: 12th in the Arab world and 133rd globally
Lebanon: ranked 13th in the Arab world, and 138th globally
Libya: 14th in the Arab world and 151st globally
Sudan: ranked 15th in the Arab world, and 154th globally
Iraq: ranked 16th in the Arab world, and 157th globally
Syria: ranked 17th in the Arab world, and 161st globally
Yemen: ranked 18th in the Arab world and 162 globally
Globally, the global peace index fell to its lowest level in 15 years due to the economic uncertainty after the Corona pandemic, and the Russian war on Ukraine.
The results of the index showed that deaths caused by conflicts deteriorated sharply due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, while indicators related to terrorism improved, as 70 countries did not record any attacks during 2021, which is the best result since 2008.
The report warned of food insecurity and political instability worldwide, with Africa, South Asia and the Middle East facing the greatest threat. The report estimated the economic impact of violence in 2021 at $16.5 trillion, equivalent to 11 percent of global gross domestic product, or $2,117 at the individual level.
Iceland ranked first in the world in the peace index, followed by New Zealand and Ireland, while Afghanistan, Yemen, Syria and Russia were at the bottom. LINK
Source: Dinar Recaps
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