Vic Russo Posted about 2 months ago Simon Anholt: Which country does the most good for the world? It seems a bit ironic that you start by talking about thinking internationally in order to do good. And then mention highly regarded countries including Germany, Switzerland and Ireland. One country initiated a war a mere 75 years ago that killed 100 million people ultimately, and the other two choose to remain neutral when facing this evil. Don't seem like good examples. Another comment is that most people have very vague and limited knowledge about many other countries. If you asked the governments of the world to judge the countries that produced stability as opposed to instability you would get a very different list. I would hazard a guess that the new list would be headed by the U.S. and Great Britain.