GPI 2013 Media Coverage


The 2013 Global Peace Index was launched on the 11th of June with events around the world. The 2013 edition of the index shows that the world has become less peaceful. The GPI has made national and international headlines. Highlights include:

The Guardian - Global peace index 2013: the full list  

The Economist - Syria V Libya V Iraq

Forbes - For peace and stability, the US ranks last

Huffington Post - The least peaceful country in the world is Afghanistan 

Washington Times - US among the nations less likely to pursue peace

The Times - Global murder rate up 8 per cent after sharp rises in Africa and Latin America 

Defence Web - SubSaharan Africa more peaceful thank other world regions - report

Times of Oman - Sultanate moves up in Global Peace Index rank

United Press International, Asia - Russia 155th in 2013 Global Peace Index RIA Novosti

India PRwire - Dramatic Rise in the Number of Homicides Drives Reduction in World Peace Over the Last Year

Defence WebWorld less peaceful in 2013

Siliconindia - India 141 Out Of 162 In 2013 Global Peace Index 

 

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