New Report: 2019 Global Peace Index

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Global peacefulness improves for the first time in five years
The thirteenth annual edition of the Global Peace Index, published by the Institute for Economics and Peace, is available for download now. The average level of global peacefulness improved for the first time in five years. However, the world remains considerably less peaceful now than a decade ago. 

Iceland remains the most peaceful country in the world and Afghanistan is now the least peaceful, replacing Syria. Bhutan recorded the largest improvement of any country in the top 20, rising 43 places on the index in the last 12 years.  

For the first time, the report analyses the security risks posed by climate change. More than 400 million people live in areas with low levels of peacefulness and high risk from climate change.
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