The 2012 Failed States Index – Interactive Map and Rankings
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Several countries in the 2010 and 2009 ranking tables display the wrong rank because their scores tied with other countries’ scores. Countries with the same score share the same rank.
–Niger should be No. 19.
–Cameroon should be No. 26.
–Sierra Leone should be No. 28.
–Cambodia and Rwanda should both be No. 40.
–Papua New Guinea should be No. 56.
–Bangladesh should be No. 18.
–Liberia should be No. 33.
–Tajikistan should be No. 36.
–Laos and Rwanda should both be No. 43.
–Cambodia should be No. 48.
–Comoros should be No. 51.
–China and Israel/West Bank should both be No. 56.
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