While World War III is something that NO ONE wants, it can be helpful to consider who the safest countries would be.
Why is it helpful?
Because these are the countries we should be learning from. They’re clearly more peaceful and conductive to world peace than other nations.
And I don’t know about you, but I would feel much better morally if I were from one of the below 10 countries. Here are the top ten safest countries.
Check out this video which explains in detail why each country is a safe haven:
With a strong tradition of neutrality, mountainous terrain, and widespread bunkers, Switzerland is certainly a safe haven.
An island nation deep in the Pacific, making it very remote and isolated. It would likely be ignored if there were world war III. They also produce their own goods as well, making them largely self-sufficient.
8) New Zealand
One of the most secluded yet developed nations in the world. It has a stable democracy and isn’t involved in major conflicts.
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Despite surrounding India and China, it has a unique location that secludes itself. The country has also maintains no international entanglements.
One of South America’s most stable and prosperous nations. It also shielded by the Indes Mountains.
Iceland is very peaceful and neutral. It also shares no land borders with any other nations.
While Denmark might suffer if a conflict went through Europe, Greenland is remote, mountainous, and politically not aligned.
A tiny island in the Mediterranean. An invasion would be extremely costly and considering its size, would never be be worth it.
Ireland has an independent foreign policy and has a long standing policy of military neutrality.
The remote island nation lies deep in the vast expanses of the Pacific Ocean, isolating it from the world. It has a small population and is neutral in foreign affairs.