World map of the United Nations’ inequality-adjusted Human Development Index
(The best countries are in dark green)
The question “what countries are objectively the best ones to live in?” is relatively easy to answer. Most would agree that such countries, among other things, guard their citizen’s personal safety and allow free expression, provide quality health care, economic prosperity, clean air and water, a good educational and a fair justice system, have minimal government corruption, respect the rule of law, etc.
The question “which country is best for me to live in?” is more difficult to answer. Continue reading The Best Countries To Live In