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Sri Lanka In Top Five “National Improvements In Peace” For 2016

The Institute for Economics and Peace found has released there annul report for 2016. According to the Global Peace Index 2016, Sri Lanka ranked in 97 out of 163 countries in the list of most peaceful countries in the world.

According to the Global Peace Index 2016,


Also Sri Lanka listed in Top five “National improvements in peace” for 2016. The report says,

Sri Lanka saw strong gains in both internal and external peace, enabling it to jump up 18 positions in the rankings, the second-largest rank improvement overall. Improvements in political instability,likelihood of violent demonstrationsand number and duration of internal conflicts all contributed to the enhancement in its domestic situation. Driving these trends was a strengthening of the country’s democratic institutions during the administration of Maithripala Sirisena, who continues to make strides in combating corruption and reverse the authoritarianism of the previous administration. In addition, his government has continued to pursue a strategy of ethnic reconciliation following the end of the civil war in 2009. Sri Lanka has improved its ties with India, which is reflected in an improvement in its score forrelationships with neighbouring countries.Military expenditure has also been cut as threats to internal stability gradually dissipate, but the country’s impact of terrorism score deteriorated slightly.


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Iceland tops the list of most peaceful countries in the world, followed by Denmark, Austria, New Zealand, Portugal, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Canada, Japan, and Slovenia — while the United States ranked far lower, at 103. Palestine, placed in the index of 163 nations for the first time this year, ranked 148th.

War-torn Syria placed at the bottom of the list, lower than only South Sudan, Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, Yemen, Central African Republic, Ukraine, Sudan, and Libya.

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