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Georgia Ranked 141 in Global Peace Index

13.06.2012
Georgia ranked 141st place in the Global Peace Index. The research was conducted by the Vision of Humanity. Russia ranked 153rd place, Armenia - the 115th, Turkey – 130th, Azerbaijan – 132nd.

Denmark is on the top of the rating; Somalia is on the last 158th place.
 
Global Peace Index indicators were: perceived criminality in society, security officers and police, homicides, jailed population, access to weapons, organized conflict (internal), violent demonstrations, violent crime, political instability, political terror, weapons imports, terrorist acts, deaths from conflicts (internal), military expenditure, armed services personnel, UN peacekeeping funding, heavy weapons, weapons exports, military capability, displaced people, neighboring country relations, conflicts fought, mortality as a result of conflict (external).

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