Manoj Kumar, Manager at Uttam Group NOIDA
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Réponse d'origine: Which is the greatest country on Earth?
If you asked me i would rate India as greatest country in the world.
It may sound biased but then which “Greatest country in the world “ is a subjective question and it’s answer will vary from person to person and country to country. It is very difficult to quantify this too. Right from choosing the criteria on “what makes country great” is likely to attract difference of opinion. Rating one country to an entirely different country likely to be infested with institutional perception as well.
So if you ask me which is the greatest country in the world, i have to go with my own country India. This should not be surprising. Based on a survey done by YouGov Indians are only next to america who think their country is the best in the world.
Here are the reasons to support that India is the greatest country in the world.
1. La diversité
India is really diverse. When i say really diverse i mean it. Here you cannot be sure if you next team member will understand your language if you don’t consider exclude head movement as one. When we talk of diversity across the world it is normally limited to ethnicity,sex and sexuality if we stretch. India on the other hand is at whole new level if we talk diversity. Here is a chart based on racial diversity.
As you can see India is really diverse for such a hugh population. India has mind boggling diversity in languages. It has 1,652 languages (Yes!) spread over a geography ranging from river plains to mountains to deserts to plateau to beaches to forest etc. If you thought they was just numbers, considers those numbers in terms of Indian population of 1300 millions i.e 4 times population of USA. Diversity is also in religions. Hinduism which is the largest religion in India it forms only 79% of populations. Rest 20% is spread in form of Islam, Christianity, Sikhism, Buddhism, Jainism, Zoroastrianism and other smaller religions.
Now comes a concept unknown and vaguely understood (say mis-understood) by western world , Caste. We have over 3000 castes spread across all religions and regions. Also worth noting is economic disparity across the population. Now if you cris-cross all diverse parameters it creates a population which puts any benchmarks to shame.
While freedom is much hyped in western media those countries are comparatively homogeneous. India, despite being such a diverse country these is freedom for every citizen irrespective of his color, faith, origin, landuage, state, race etc. In how many countries you see where even Jews are welcomes and respected. Freedom are not limited to elites here. In India we have a budget version of almost everything. People use cycle / autos/ shared auto on highways which is unimaginable in many countries. While it may cause a bit inconvenience to those privileged citizens but it means a world to poor who can use exactly same services like cinema hall, eating out, travel, higher education etc.
Freedom is also extended to offering every citizen an opportunity to work and succeed.
For example while America has has waited for 240 years after independence and has not get yet their first female president, India got first female prime minister in form of Mrs. Indira Gandhi way back in 1966 just after 19 years after Independence. India got its first female president in 2007 in form of Mrs Pratibha Patil. India's current prime minister Mr. Narendra Modi famously sold tea at railway station and came from a real humble background. In fact lot of Indian politicians came from poor state of Uttar Pradesh. Our earlier president Mr. Abdul Kalam came from a very poor Muslim family. Later he became father of Indian missile system and was later elevated to the highest post in Indian politics.
India could be only country in the world who is not known for its military power despite being 4th most powerful country in the world. India is more known for its Gandhian nature.
India has been practicing an 5000 years old philosophy of "Vasudev Kutumbakam" means "The world is one family" when it comes to foreign policy or while dealing with other countries. Wildly publicized is its approach to African countries when compared with Chinese or for that matter European approach of assisting African nation. During Paris climate, though India resisted any binding agreement for its pledge, it exceeded the commitment everytime in parallel. Even though its per capita carbon emission of one eighth of USA, India is always willing to take extra burden in its transition to cleaner future. Indian government has not a sanctioned single coal plant since Paris Accord and has installed highest number of solar plants in the world. Its investment in renewable energy is second highest after china and way ahead of USA.
Its initiative of International Solar Alliance is approach worth emulating. Indian prime minister's push for "International Yoga Day" to share this Indian heritage for the world well being.
5. Democracy, world largest and most inclusive
Indian Democracy is definitely torchbearer for generations to come. Taking the diversity into account it still moving forward impressively with "for the people, by the people" approach. As societies and countries became more and more connected and access to information get stronger every passing day, world would need a model which is more inclusive and open to difference in opinion.
Selective transmission of information through controlled channels will no longer work. What we are seeing in form of Trump's rise in America or Brexit Britain is because loss of trust in traditional source of information. People trust a whatsapp message more than news channel. Indian democracy with its 400 news/current affair channels would offer a more refined world view than what CNN and NBC might be telling you.
Indian democracy is able to accommodate different views of even more diverse stakeholders. And of 1.3 billion people can live together and it is model is worth emulating for smaller countries.
This answer is a rewrite of my answer to another similar question ici
Niklas Göke, My peers think I'm weird. I must be doing something right.
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In 1979, the king of Bhutan gave une interview to a group of Indian journalists at Bombay airport, when returning from an international summit. One of them asked:
“We do not know anything about Bhutan. What is your Gross National Product?”
Jigme Singye Wangchuck replied:
“We do not believe in Gross National Product, because Gross National Happiness is more important.”
I love all the economic analyses and happiness studies here. I’m a big fan of that stuff. But if this story tells us anything, it’s that for choosing a country to live in, it doesn’t work.
In fact, what began as a single remark in an interview almost 40 years ago has sparked a big movement of redefining success on a national level.
Bhutan measures GNH via enquêtes, France has developed a Joie de Vivre Index, Germany publishes a happiness map each year. This paradigm shift is not just huge, but necessary, Chip Conley explains in his TED talk.
He even came up with a formula to estimate happiness:
I remember once seeing a report that said the weather doesn’t really affect happiness and that people in the UK are quite happy, in spite of all the rain.
I instantly thought: “But for me it does.”
(looks like it does for her too)
When I wake up in the morning from the sun shining in my window and the birds chirping outside, knowing I can walk out the door in a t-shirt and shorts, I am happier.
No salary index or geographical advantage or high density of great companies can change this very subjective fact - and that’s okay.
For my Bachelor’s, I chose solely based on the reputation of the school. For my Master’s, I only cared about the city I would live in. Guess which one’s left me happier?
Out of all cities in Germany, I love Munich the most.
- I like that I can walk everywhere.
- I like looking at the buildings.
- I like the weather.
- I like the mentality.
- I like the dense mix of culture, industry and entertainment in the city center.
- I like the openness to new ideas.
It’s where I want what I have more than I’m worried about having what I want. I’m really happy I found a place like that. There might be others. Tokyo, Osaka, San Diego, Seoul and Seattle come to mind. I’ll explore more later.
The best country in the world is the country where vous feel like you can be your best self.
Depending on your attitude, that could be all countries, some countries, or really just one.
Maybe you want to see the whole world, even though where you come from is great.
Maybe you want to stay firmly rooted where you were born, even though others think it’s a terrible place.
I think both of them are okay and so is everything in between.
You don’t have to justify your decision. It’s votre happiness, and after all…
“Not everything that can be counted counts and not everything that counts can be counted.” ―William Bruce Cameron
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Ashish Thakur, 5 Years of Experience in Immigration Consulting
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Réponse d'origine: What is the best country for immigration?
Right now many countries seem to be close-minded on the issue of accepting migrants or foreigners. Don’t blame them yet. Most of these countries need to strengthen their stability to accommodate the migrants.
Migration is not just about war and crisis. If you’re ready to move out of your apartment, start a new life elsewhere, you might want to look out for the easiest and best countries to immigrate to. The number of foreigners worldwide is in continuous rising.
Can we blame them? If a better opportunity knocks on your door, which requires you to live abroad, be it for school or work, how dare you not to grab it? Have you ever tried living overseas?
Many of us wish to live in another country that offers a higher standard of living and a brighter future, but not so many of us do have the guts to take the intolerable and long process of migrating.
I don’t blame you if you’re scared, we’re bound to be scared of the unknown. But it’s your fault if you didn’t seek the information you need to take the first step.
I know it’s quite difficult to decide which country might be best for you. So I made this list based on the latest ranking research by US NEWS & DATA EXPLORER.
The kingdom of Denmark has always been among the top listed countries in positive changes. According to Global Peace Index reports, Denmark is the 5th happiest country in the world. In the recent past years, OECD ranked Denmark the world happiest country.
For the third year running, Denmark has topped the chart as the least corrupt country in the world but shares the title with New Zealand this time. The standard of education is higher than average and the country can boast of high-quality living and high employment rate compared to most countries.
Being a founding member of NATO and many international organization including the European Union, Denmark has contributed more in encouraging freedom of movement.
The history and culture of Nordic Finland are defined geographically. Finland is a member of major international organizations, such as the United Nations, World Bank, and the European Union, as well as regional organizations such as the Nordic Council.
A country assumed to be more peaceful than most according to statistical research. Finland is the 2nd in the list of the least corrupt countries. The Finnish regulatory system is transparent, and there is almost nonexistent administrative corruption.
With a high standard of living and an outstanding level of education. Consider Finland as a popular destination for foreigners that love the Nordic nature.
Amsterdam – Netherlands
When you talk about countries to integrate or adapt easily, Netherlands is your place. Known as Dutch, the people of the Netherlands have formed what has long been considered a tolerant society, though some politicians are increasingly voicing concerns over immigration and Islam.
A country some might consider too open for civilization. In 2001, the country became the first to legalize same-sex marriage, and national stances on drugs, prostitution, euthanasia, and abortion are liberal.
Netherlands is among the top countries with the best quality of life. High standard education, open for business and scored 5th in the least corrupt countries.
7. États Unis
I guess nobody needs an introduction about this U.S. The United States of America is a North American nation that is the world’s most dominant economic and military power. A country with the mixture of all kind of races and colors.
Considered the country of freedom, the U.S is the most popular destination for migrants. Although since the new administration of 2016, the country has been somewhat not welcoming as it was.
The U.S. often takes a leading role in international organizations and was a founding force behind institutions such as the United Nations, NATO and the World Bank.
Despite being the foremost global power, the U.S. still faces domestic challenges, including racial tensions, income inequality and an increasingly polarized electorate.
To be honest, sometimes it’s very difficult to move to this Nordic wonderland but once you’re in, you’re on. Like many countries in Europe, Norway struggles with how to integrate refugees and ethnic minorities.
Discovery of oil and gas off the coast in the 1960s gave the country an economic boost and today Norway is one of the world’s leading petroleum exporters. Right now, Norway is a high-income nation with a vibrant private sector and a substantial safety net.
With a picturesque landscape, high standard of living, yet free tuition fee in schools, I don’t think you can ever go wrong in picking Norway as the country you’ll immigrate to. Not to mention that Norway is the modernized wonderland.
Considered as the economic hub of Europe. Germany is the most populous nation in the European Union, possesses one of the largest economies in the world and has seen its role in the international community grow steadily since reunification.
In the recent event of immigration, Germany is the most welcoming nation in the world. Since 2015, Germany has received more than 2.5 million migrants mostly Syrians.
With the height of quality of life and education (free), Germany offers more opportunity to foreigners than most countries.
Australia is considered a wealthy nation with a market-based economy that has a comparatively high gross domestic product and per capita income. Its economy is driven by the service sector and the export of commodities.
Although for most people Australia might not be that easy to migrate to, it’s a safe place to call your home. It’s the land of ‘your goals in life’ rather than dreams.
Pristine education, premium pay even for the apprentice, top medical facilities, and the adorable Aussies, I could not ask for more than Australia! Most of the immigrants have found awesome job opportunities here that provide stability.
Australia is a member of major international and regional organizations. That includes the United Nations, the Group of 20, the World Trade Organization, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the Commonwealth of Nations and Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation.
Swizz is definitely not an easy place to migrate to but we’re not talking of easy here, are we? We’re talking about the best countries for immigrants.
Switzerland, officially called the Swiss Federation, is a small country in Central Europe made up of 16,000 square miles of glacier-carved Alps, lakes and valleys. It’s one of the world’s wealthiest countries, and has been well-known for centuries for its neutrality.
Considered one of the most peaceful nations in the world, Switzerland’s neutrality has long been honored by its European neighbors. I believe Swizz is one of the few countries where many wished they were born in. Free from corruptions and bribery with a strict law for offenders.
Yes, Canada is still the favorite place on Earth for immigrants. Not just 2nd to the best in the list, it’s also the easiest country to immigrate to depuis.
The country offers countless opportunities for skilled workers from each corner of the world. A high-paying job, low tax and inflation rate, top-quality health and education systems, what more can you ask? Canada is one the best place on the planet to live as a foreigner.
One of the most peaceful countries in the world, Canada is a member of the United Nations, through which it has participated in many peacekeeping missions. It is also a member of NATO and the Commonwealth of Nations.
Lisez aussi: What is the process to immigrate to Canada?
Sweden won the first on the list with many attributes and contributions. Already known for its progressive climate policy and a self-deprecating sense of humor, Sweden is being recognized as the best country in the world to be an immigrant.
Swedes are some of the world’s most generous people, donating about 1 percent of gross national product to humanitarian aid programs each year.
Considered a safe haven for migrants, Sweden offers more opportunity both in education and employment. Sweden’s strong social welfare system appears to have been a factor, Etats-Unis Nouvelles reported, and its analysis found Sweden’s decision to take in large numbers of refugees had seen its society diversify.
Sweden is also a member of the United Nations, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development and the World Trade Organization, among others.
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Also read my Quora answer: Which is the better country to settle permanently in, Canada or Australia?
Herman van der Veer, Engineer from the Netherlands that likes statistics
Mise à jour il y a 79w
Réponse d'origine: Which is the greatest country in the world and why?
We all know which country claims to be the best in the world: the États-Unis. But is it really? They did bring us to the moon, do a lot of awesome science and are policing the world at their own expense. The US gets a lot of criticism for the latter one, but honestly, somebody has to do it, and I would rather it be them than China or Russia.
But does the power or relevance of your country really matter if you’re looking for the 'best' country in the world to live in? I would say, hardly. What I think matters most is very simple: the happiness of it's citizens. So what country wins? Danemark.
Here are the results from the World Happiness Report, an annual measure of bonheur per country published by the Les Nations Unies. The results are mainly gathered by surveys. This might seem as a sketchy way to measure happiness, but as Nobel prize winner Daniel Kahneman showed; reported happiness strongly correlates with actual happiness.
But this isn't the only measure of country 'bestness'. Let's look at some other country ranking lists to get a more clear idea.
The Human Development Index
The good country index
A measure what each country on earth contributes to the common good of humanity, and what it takes away.
Gross domestic product per capita (PPP)
This is the list of countries ranked by how wealthy the average citizen is. This is the income divided over the living expense. So Norway for example has a GDP per capita of $100,318 but because it's also very expensive to live there they would have the equivalent purchase power of an American with an income of $54,947.
The corruption perception index
So if you’re looking for a place to move, happiness might be a bit to simplistic a factor. If you like money and nature, Norway is the place to go. You want a warm climate and keep speaking English? Go to Australia. Do you like city life, hanging out on a terrace and discussing international politics? Go to the Netherlands. Skying? Switzerland. Sex? Brazil. Weird stuff? Japan. Big cars and spaceships? USA.
Anyways, I would like to finish with the Mercers Quality of Living rating. Because who cares what country is the best, you really want to live in the best city. And according to Quel est le meilleur site web pour le trading Forex? Akash Saliuddin, works at Financial Analyst Répondu il y a 130w Forex website is widespread thesedays and they are very...