With growing tension among countries from around the world the chance of World War 3 breaking out is a distinct possibility. With this in mind this article and the video at the end shows what should be the ten safest countries to live in should the worst happen.
With a tradition of neutrality, widespread bunkers and a heavily armed army, Switzerland has shown itself to be a safe haven during Europe’s violent past.
An island nation deep within the Pacific Ocean, Tuvalu is very remote and neutral. Its extreme remoteness helps it avoid becoming politically aligned.
Tuvalu’s small population and negligible resources means major powers won’t have a reason to want to attack it.
Tuvalu’s locals produce and consume mosty their own goods and food, making them uniquely independent.
Like Switzerland, its mountainous terrain means it can offer shelter to locals if danger were to strike.
New Zealand isn’t involved in any world conflicts
Since joining United Nations in 1971, it has maintained a Swiss like aversion to getting politically entangled and is has no diplomatic relationships with United States.
Bhutan’s unique location makes it an excellent shelter for a third world war.
It’s shielded by the Andes mountains around its borders.
Chile is shielded by the Andes mountains around its borders
And has mountainous terrain to shelter amongst conflict.
Iceland shares no borders with any other country
However, it has the exception of Greenland.
Just like Iceland, Greenland is remote, mountainous and not politically aligned.
Meaning an invasion of the island would be costly.
And its small size means it may not justify wasting a missile on it.
Empires have tried and failed to capture Malta
Ireland tends to lean towards a policy of independence. It is not a member of NATO and has a long standing history of military neutrality.
According to Irish law, for Ireland to enter any external conflicts, it needs to be approved by the UN, Ireland’s government and the Irish legislature.
Ireland doesn’t have any strong ties to any of the combatants of a potential third world war
It’s small in population, neutral in foreign affairs and does not have any resources to justify invasion.
Fiji’s remoteness keeps it isolated from potential invaders.