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The Failed States Index

How do the South American Results Break Down?


AUG, 2012 By James Knight Everyone loves a table. What better way to try and capture in a nice, juicy round number the multitude of influences that make up the fabric of a nation? The Failed States Index remains an extremely useful way to see at a glance the kinds of pressures – social, political, economic and military – acting on countries and how they try and handle them. How do the South American results break down?Failed States Map Most encouraging is the large, inverted triangle of yellow that makes up the Southern Cone (see map). Uruguay, Chile and Argentina are ranked at 154, 151 and 145 respectively, which classifies them as ‘stable.’ They rank comfortably below (and on this axis, the lower the score the less ‘failing’ a state is judged to be) their continental neighbors and beat countries including the UAE, S....




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