21 countries in the world are more ‘stable’ than the U.S.

In a new report by by the British-based Jane’s Information Group, 21 countries are ranked more stable than the United States. Based on assessment of “political structures, social and economic trends, military and security risks and external relations,” the U.S. was given a risk rating of 93 out of 100 for all-round stability. The Vatican topped the list and Sweden was ranked second. Additionally, the study found that Afghanistan is more unstable than Iraq.