Interesting Fact - The Common Good
(The Good Country Index placed Sweden first, Denmark second, and the Netherlands third, but the UK came above France and Germany because Britain does more “good” and less harm than more than 150 countries around the world.
Britain came top for its global contribution to science and technology, thanks to the high number of journal exports, Nobel prizes and international publications it has produced, was ranked 2nd on its global contribution to health and wellbeing, but it scored poorly on international security and peace, coming 64th out of 163 countries.
Simon Anholt, who created the Good Country Index, said that while countries must serve the interests of their people it should not be at the expense of other populations. I think we could apply that to ourselves as individuals too.)