Tunisia has topped Arab countries and held the 48th position worldwide in the “Good Country” Index, according to statistics published on the Good Country website.
The index was launched by Simon Anholt, given his experience in the field of diplomacy. It is based on a set of indicators, including technological science, culture, peace and climate.
Egypt has held the second place on the Arab level, followed by Qatar, Jordan, Lebanon and then Morocco, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Bahrain.
Sweden is at the top of the report, followed by Denmark. The United States was ranked 12th. Libya occupied the last place, i.e. the 163rd rank in the report.