Ala Brazi Posted 11 months ago Simon Anholt: Which country does the most good for the world? I suggest to give the veto right only to the countries which have high Goodness Index. The veto is used many times as an economical tool to maximize the profits of "not good enough" governments/countries. Some governments ,in the technologically advanced countries, are causing severe social and environmental cost mainly outside of their own borders. They indirectly support unethical regimes which create a mass social mess and ignorance, refugees and troubles around the world. They support the corrupted regimes and use what it take to keep them in power to maximize their own GDP/ "growth". They create a burden on earth and on the good countries too. The mass accumulated deprivation and ignorance cause a loop of wrong destructive choices which take generations to get fixed. And this is where the corruption energise, reside and rule. And since the value of such bill is complex and intangible it has never been calculated accurately.