Iraq is ranked 11 among the most failed states in the world
Wednesday, July 10, 2013 10:59
Twilight News /
showed a joint report prepared by the Fund for Peace, and the Journal of the American foreign policy ( foreign policy ), the occurrence of Iraq ranked 11 in the failed state index for the year 2013.
The report came two institutions, which is seen by "Twilight News", that "Somalia is occupied for the eighth consecutive year the fore in the Failed States Index, followed by the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Sudan was ranked third in the world, and then South Sudan in fourth place, while Chad V. dissolved, and came sixth Yemen, Afghanistan, Haiti and Central African Republic Vzimbaboi the.
Iraq ranked 11th globally, after he finished ninth in the past two years on the world.
The worst ranking obtained by Iraq is the second in the world in the year 2007.
The report shows that countries such as Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti and Libya, the best indicators of Iraq in failure, although she is suffering from internal disturbances.
The index includes the year 2013, 178 countries were classified and given place occupied by depending on the benchmark 12 socially, economically and politically, as President, in addition to more than 100 other secondary criteria.
Each indicator is based on an analysis of millions of documents available, and data and calendars analysts, No. 178 means that the state is the least and the most stable failure while No. 1 is the most failure.
The report added that "Finland, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, Denmark, New Zealand, Luxembourg, Iceland, Ireland, Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, Austria, and Germany, are at least fourteen states failure and the most stable in the world."
And since 2005 has been the magazine "Foreign Policy" on publication of annual مقياسها of failed states, which is the fruit of a joint effort between the magazine with the Fund for Peace, arranges the leading 60 failed state and occupied Somalia index list several years ago.
One of the factors underlying the report in the evaluation, demographic pressures, refugees and grievances collective, and flee human development uneven, and economic deficiencies, lack of international legitimacy, public services, human rights, and security services, and the elites partisan, foreign intervention, and security threats and economic deterioration and violations Human Rights.
The report defines, a failed state, as a state that can not control its territory, usually resort to force, and fail government in making decisions poignant, in addition to their inability to provide services to its people, and the rates are corruption and high crime.
On the other hand according to a poll conducted by Transparency International Center that corruption has worsened in most Arab countries since the Arab Spring uprisings in 2011, especially in Egypt, Tunisia and Yemen, and anger at official corruption was a major cause of detonation.
The report shows that "the countries of Iraq, Lebanon and Morocco is witnessing a growing resentment although it has not seen revolutions, but the Arab Spring political tensions rose in it