DescriptionThe most peaceful country in the world is IcelandAccording to the 2017 Global Peace Index, the world has become more peaceful in the face of terrorism and political unrest. Iceland ranked first among the 163 countries ranked in the 146th place.Australia's Sydney-based Institute for Economics and Peace has announced the 2017 Global Peace Index, which measures countries' internal peace. Iceland, which has been on the list for 10 years, was again measured as the world's most peaceful country. New Zealand and Portugal followed Iceland. It is noted that while Endekste is the most peaceful of 10 countries and 8 of it is the European country, populist parties in many countries have worsened compared to the previous year due to the election victory and the increasing threat of terrorism. Germany was ranked 16th in the index.When we look at the report of the Institute of Economics and Peace globally, it is stated that in 2017 the world has become more peaceful than the previous year. In 93 countries, the security situation improved, while in 68 countries the situation deteriorated.According to the Peace Index, the US internal affairs suffered after Donald Trump became president. The US dropped 11 points to 114th in 163 countries. "Increased inequality, increased perception of corruption and the loss of press freedom have contributed to the dramatic deterioration of the US," said IEP founder Steve Killelea. North America was listed as the second most peaceful region behind Europe, with the world's position as the whole being the worst-hit region of the previous year.TURKEY HAS 146TH ANNIVERSARYTurkey lost 1 point compared to last year and ranked 146th with the endecost with Colombia. The report of the Institute of Economics and Peace stated that Turkey is a "significant contradiction" within Europe. Raporda stated that the political situation in Turkey has worsened in recent years and reached its peak by the military coup attempt in July 2016.It is stated that "many more countries in the world have historically had to cope with terrorism at a high level", while the number of countries with record number of deaths due to terrorism has increased to 23 in 2015. Denmark, Sweden, France and Turkey are among these countries. Raporda also noted a deterioration in the "free flow of information", in which the greatest tension was experienced in Greece, Turkey and Hungary.Syria took its place in the last round of the Global Peace Index for the fifth time in a row. The situation of Afghanistan, Iraq, South Sudan and Yemen was evaluated as slightly better than Syria.