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The 2014 Global Peace Index results map shows how 162 countries of the world rank according to their peacefulness.
The economic impact of violence reached US$9.8 trillion last year, that over 10% of global GDP.
New analysis produced by the Institute for Economics and Peace identifies the countries most at risk of falling into instability and conflict.
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The 2014 Global Peace Index analyses the state of peace around the world. It identifies the most and least peaceful countries, trends in violence and conflict, and calculates the economic impact of violence. This year the report includes a section on countries at risk of becoming less peaceful in the new two years.
Only got a few minutes but want to learn about the state of peace around the world? Check out this short video that shows what we can learn from measuring peace.
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