Sunday, June 24, 2012

Indonesia Ranking 63 Countries Failed

Indonesia's ranking in the Failed Country Index rose from rank 64 to 63. That means bad because the smaller the rank of the country in the index means that the country is on a journey to a failed state.

In the 2012 Failed State Index published in Washington DC, the United States, Indonesia was ranked 63rd out of 178 countries. In that category, Indonesia was in the category of countries in danger (in danger) towards the country. failed.

Last year, Indonesia was ranked 64th out of 177 countries. This means that conditions in Indonesia over the past year have been seen as deteriorating compared to the previous period. The number one ranking in the Failed Country Index is still occupied by Somalia and the Democratic Republic of Congo in second place.

There are three things that make Indonesia's position deteriorate. The first is demographic pressure. This demographic pressure occurs because of the problem of land degradation and the displacement of residents due to environmental problems. Second, group dissatisfaction.
Group dissatisfaction occurred because in Indonesia there were many demonstrations and violence against minority groups. The third problem is social pressure due to the widening gap between the rich and the poor.

IWD/The Truth Seeker Media

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