In anticipation of World War III: which countries will remain safe in the event of a large-scale military conflict
In recent years, there has been a surge in conflicts and confrontations in different parts of the world, some of which have escalated into full-scale wars that are still ongoing. Increased aggressive actions by totalitarian and authoritarian countries force the world community to admit the possibility of future escalation, which could lead to a major global war.
Given these disappointing prospects, some people are thinking about countries that may not be affected by World War III. The Daily Mail has shared a list of countries and continents that may remain safe in the event of a global war.
Although it is not a country, but a large continent at the southernmost point of the planet, it is unlikely that anything worse than glacial melting can happen here.
This country could be a place to survive a nuclear war thanks to its abundance of resilient crops, including wheat.
The Kingdom of Bhutan joined the United Nations on September 21, 1971. Since then, the country has declared itself a neutral state that remains neutral in any conflict. This and its geographical location allows the country to occupy high positions in the Global Peace Index.
Like Argentina, Chile is a country of rich cultures, resources, and development that can serve. In the event that escalation cannot be avoided, this country can be a refuge and an ideal place to survive.
This island nation is about 2700 miles away from the closest country to it, Australia. In addition, most of the land in this country boasts dense forests, an abundance of minerals, and resources that could help you survive World War III.
This largest island in the world, belonging to Denmark, is well known for its remote location, which guarantees its relative safety.
The country is a center of peacefulness. It is located far from the European continent and has a certain amount of resources that can help you re-read the Great War.
This is another neutral country that is unlikely to become a target for aggressive states. It is more concerned with global peace and peacekeeping than with conquest or political dominance.
This country has the second highest peacefulness index. Even if it is threatened by war, the unique mountainous terrain can help protect the population from a possible conflict.
This region of the African continent is a place where a large number of resources are concentrated, including fertile land and fresh water. In addition, the country's modern infrastructure can be of great help in the event of a global war.
This peaceful country is protected by mountainous terrain and a landlocked location. In addition, it has numerous nuclear storage facilities that can protect the entire population.
The island of Tuvalu is located in the Pacific Ocean between Hawaii and Australia. This place is definitely not a desirable destination, due to the island's poor natural resources.