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  • "Many macro factors have driven the deterioration in peace over the last seven years, including the continued economic repercussions of the global financial crisis, the reverberations of the Arab Spring, and the continued spread of terrorism. As these effects are likely to continue into the near future, a strong rebound in peace is unlikely," said Steve Killelea, founder and executive chairman of the Institute for Economics and Peace, the Australian-based interest group behind the research.

    No kumbaya here: U.S. is now the 101st 'most peaceful' nation on earth →

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