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When looking at the most complex counties to live one should obviously set up the criteria. The issue of complexity is controversial. For example one can say that it’s hard to live in a country because of the hot/low air temperature and for another security is the critical point. So what identify complexity? Probably by all means lifestyle and the protection of human rights are main aspects to look at. Additionally climate, security, ecology and economy can count. The list presented below describes five most complex countries to live in:

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Ukraine

Ukraine

There are few major factors that makes Ukraine one of the most complex countries to live in.Those are recent revolutions, Crimea annexation and military conflict in Eastern part . Obviously all those reasons has negative impact on economical situation. All that caused an immigration to central and west regions what certainly decreased a level of security. What is more to add is general uncertainty towards the future. The pressure of violence and the fragility of the country itself make life very unstable here . Ukraine is a country with soft climate and democracy orientated society however political situation made it one of the most complex countries to live in at the moment.

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Syria

Syria

Inner conflicts and terrorism made living equal to surviving in Syria. Considered as one of the oldest countries in the world Syria gained it’s independency just in 1956. Lack of education was one of the main problems of Syria had to deal with. Besides all that gender inequality still has a place to be here. Woman’s rights are limited and disobeying the rules lead to the torture in most of the cases.

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Iraq

iraq

This country used to be British Colony till 1932. Today the are two big issues that make it a complex country to live in: violence and sand storms. Last ones are active for up to 50 days in a year. Besides all that population has no chance to get free access to the information. For example the Internet in this country is available for only 3% of population.

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Afghanistan

Afghanistan

Afghanistan is one of the poorest countries in the world. The country gained independence in 1919. Since this time the Civil War lasts here for over than 30 years. Another negative factor that influence people’s life is the fact that Afghanistan is world leading country in drugs production. There are just 6 year of obligatory education which makes it quite impossible to achieve a degree level. Of course this limitation leads to another problems such as lack of doctors.There is just one doctor for approximately 5000 people.

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North Korea

North Korea

The country is first of all famous for its complete isolation. Even though the full name of North Korea is Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, the system can better be described with a word totalitarian. Consequently the population of the country gets easily brainwashed and life of all nation is dedicated to one leader. The government of the country invests most of the funds in military forces however it only weakens country’s economy and makes North Korea one of the poorest countries in the world.

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