The past couple of years has been struck by a global health crisis that intimidated even the most stable countries. Still, despite multiple challenges, some nations kept their perceived political stability, while others faced notable losses.
Following are the top 20 most politically stable countries in the world as of 2022 as per U.S.News.
Canada ranks second for having political stability, earning the No. 1 spot in the Best Countries rankings in 2021. It is a high-tech industrial community with an elevated standard of living.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau guides the country, which ranked No.1 for quality of life, friendly pursuit, and dedication to social fairness. The land ranks third in the world in proven oil reserves and is the world's fourth-largest oil producer.
The Netherlands, ranking No. 3 for maintaining political stability, also ranked highly for gender equality and religious freedom.
Prime Minister Mark Rutte directs the country, which ranks No. 10 overall in the Best Countries rankings. The individuals of the Netherlands have formed what has long been regarded as a tolerant society.
Denmark ranks No. 4 for preserving political stability, ranking No. 12 in the Best Countries rankings. It has several growing industries, including food processing, tourism, steel, machinery, and iron production.
Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen leads the nation. Denmark is rated highly in social justice, human rights, and gender equality metrics.
Norway, the Nordic country in Northern Europe, ranks No. 5 for its perceived political stability and highly for climate goals, care for the environment, income equality, and safety.
The country, with Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre guiding, ranks No. 13 overall in the Best Countries rankings.
Sweden ranks No. 6 for holding political stability, achieving a No. 9 ranking in the Best Countries rankings. The two main factors, Health care, and college education are free, and the native of Sweden brags one of the longest life expectancies in the globe.
The country is overseen by Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson. Sweden also ranks highly for quality of life and public schooling.
Australia ranks No. 7 for maintaining political stability nationwide. Likewise, it ranks highly for dexterity, at No. 2, and does well for adaptability and being family-friendly.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese leads the nation which ranks No. 7 overall in the Best Countries rankings. The country is considered a rich polity with a market-based economy that has a comparatively high gross domestic product and per capita income.
New Zealand ranks No. 8 for maintaining political stability. Similarly, the country has high rankings for sociable objectives and features tied to the surroundings and racial equity, with a No. 7 ranking.
The country has been glorified for its reaction to the coronavirus pandemic, with less than 30 casualties related to COVID-19 total. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern leads the land.
Germany ranks No. 9 for maintaining political stability in the world. The Western European country has had one of the most successful COVID-19 reactions, with Chancellor Olaf Scholz accumulating the highest approval ratings of any leader in 2020.
The land is also No. 2 for entrepreneurship and is the No. 3 nation in the world overall. The Federal Republic of Germany is regarded as one of the world's leading exporters and importers and holds a highly-skilled, affluent workforce.
Finland ranks No. 10 for maintaining political stability. The Northern European country is led by the world's youngest sitting Prime Minister, Sanna Marin.
Finland is also rated No. 18 in the all-around Best Countries rankings, ranking highly among care for the surroundings and atmosphere goals.
Austria ranks No. 11 for sustaining political stability in the whole world. President Alexander Van der Bellen directs Austria, the landlocked country. The land is also rated No. 21 in the overall Best Countries rankings.
The nation’s top economic fields are services, industry, and agriculture. Austria is a major tourist destination, primarily helped by the Alps mountain range to the west and south.
Belgium ranks No. 12 for sustaining political stability in the whole world. President Alexander De Croo directs the nation, the country in Northwestern Europe. The land is also rated No. 20 in the overall Best Countries rankings.
Belgians are seen as caring about the environment and human rights, ranking 13th and 11th, respectively, in those categories according to the 2021 Best Countries report.
The United Kingdom ranks No. 13 for nurturing political stability. The land is also rated No. 8 in the overall Best Countries rankings.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson guides the country, which is the world's sixth-largest economy by nominal gross domestic product and a very high human development index rating, ranking 13th in the world.
Japan ranks No. 14 for facilitating political stability worldwide. The land is also rated No. 2 in the overall Best Countries rankings. The nation blends its ancient traditions with aspects of Western life.
Fumio Kishida, the Prime Minister of Japan, guides the country, which is one of the world’s most literate and technically advanced nations.
Portugal ranks No. 15 for maintaining political stability worldwide. The land is also rated No. 29 in the overall Best Countries rankings. It ranks highly in peacefulness, democracy, press freedom, peace, social progress, prosperity, and English proficiency.
Prime Minister António Costa steers the country, which has left a profound cultural, architectural, and linguistic influence across the globe.
Ireland ranks No. 16 for maintaining political stability worldwide. The island is also rated No. 23 in the overall Best Countries rankings. It has a solid commitment to renewable energy and ranks as one of the top 10 markets for clean-technology investment in the 2014 Global Green Economy Index.
Prime Minister Micheál Martin supervises the country, which has rich musical and folklore customs, and is also the creator of the Guinness.
France ranks No. 17 for maintaining political stability worldwide. The country is also rated No. 11 in the overall Best Countries rankings. The country is one of the world's top exporters of weapons.
Prime Minister Élisabeth Borne governs the country, which has extended worldwide through science, politics, economics, and culture. The major economic sectors include industry, agriculture, energy, and defense.
Singapore ranks No. 18 for maintaining political stability worldwide. The country is also rated No. 14 in the overall Best Countries rankings. It is recognized highly in crucial social indicators: healthcare, education, quality of life, personal safety, infrastructure, and housing.
Lee Hsien Loong, the Prime Minister, governs the country. Singapore's main focus is conservation, land reclamation efforts, and enhanced environment-friendly practices amid urbanization and industrial pollution.
Czechia ranks No. 19 for maintaining political stability worldwide. The country is also rated No. 45 in the overall Best Countries rankings with an advanced economy with high living standards.
Petr Fiala, the Prime Minister of Czechia, governs the country. Machinery, engineering, electronics, automobile manufacturing, and brewing are major industries, while tourism and agriculture are also industrially significant.
Russia ranks No. 20 for upholding political stability nationwide. The world's largest country is also rated No. 24 in the Best Countries rankings. It is a land that has a vast size and deep history that has nurtured significant cultural contributions to science and the arts.
Mikhail Mishustin, the Prime Minister of Russia, oversees the country. The top industries are oil and natural gas production, agriculture, forestry, fishing, and manufacturing, serving as other economic drivers.
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