American political magazine Newsweek has compared 100 countries from different regions of the world. For this special survey the magazine chose five categories of national well-being - education, health, quality of life, economic competitiveness, and political environment - and compiled metrics within these categories across 100 nations.
Belarus took the 56th place among 100 World’s Best Countries. The five leaders are Finland, Sweden, Switzerland, Australia and Luxembourg. Poland is on 29th place, Lithuania – 34th, Latvia - 36th, Ukraine - 49th, Russia -51st.