Last year we posted an article titled Top 10 Failed States (2011). The article highlighted Top 10 countries that were identified by Foreign Policy Magazine’s Fund for Peace index as failed states on the alert or worsening failed states. The list combined the two and examined countries that were in need of our attention.This year, we compare and contrast the list and see where there has been improvement. In many cases there were slight improvements. In others, things look bleak.
As the people in those countries live in constant fear and are highly concerned about their safety, travelers are strongly advised not to travel there for the time being. Let's review the most dangerous countries you definitely don't want to be visiting in 2012.
In order for a custom to earn a place in the category of taboo subjects, it also needs to be repugnant and abhorred by the general public up to the point when people naturally refrain from bringing it up in a conversation. Let's find out the top ten things that scare and unsettle most of us.
The Ontario McGuinty government needs to start implementing some of recommendations in the Drummond Report released in February of 2012. It is necessary, if we want to eliminate a projected $30.2 billion deficit by 2017, warns economist Don Drummond.