Australia a quiet all-round achiever
This sums up primary reasons for feeling exceptionally good and a strong sense of luckiness from being in the right place. The continent sized land mass is big enough to have inland space and depth, leaving huge potential for endless further exploration in all directions. The combination instantly eliminates drawbacks some countries have in small territory and narrow width, such as
With a smaller burden to shoulder, the economy can maintain higher inputs in public education and welfare. One argument against this tininess is that the domestic market is always small for consumption, as well as the size of talent pool. Since many developed and wealthy countries are both small and creative, this argument on economics and business grounds appears not quite strong. For one thing, talents can also come from higher standards of living and education.
With these evident advantages in the location and size of this country, a cursory comparison with other countries in similar conditions still makes sense in identifying the real benefits underneath. The island country of
One of the major problems of
Some commentators list relationships between the two countries as admirably exemplar of an ideal non-aggression type, asserting it a perfect model of peaceful coexistence among democracies, in that the
The other major issue of concern to
Risks hide deep and hamper prospects of development. The entire Latin America is regarded as the backyard of the
Another factor is that diversified approaches taken up in the region forces
For equally extraordinary social democratic traditions and practice,
With these outstanding performances, they in effect are more successful in leading the way of social democratic movement and especially in dealing with constant contradictions between productivity and fairness and between GDP growth and welfare. Economic issues trouble many voters in Western European countries who feel uncertain of uncurbed welfare largess and erosion of competitiveness by those centre-left parties in office. These two countries adequately demonstrate to the public their capability of handling the economy and make their model of dealing with contradictions work. So far they have not adhered to the extreme economic rationalism or neo liberalism. The trials there are inspiring and offer an alternative to the overwhelming
The problems with these Nordic countries, albeit their splendid track records, are that they are within the European domain, in between traditional rivalries and conflicts, such as that between Russia and Eastern and Western Europe, between Britain and continental countries, or between France and Germany.
A bigger question concerns the EU, a once promising bloc to grow into an equal to the
Conflicts already emerged, with divisions at the behest of the
After this brief, wide-scoped comparison, it is conceivable that the advantages