43 countries officially recognize single state religion. 27 countries officially enshrining Islam as their state religion, 13 countries (including nine European nations) designate Christianity or a particular Christian denomination. Two (Bhutan and Cambodia) have Buddhism as their state religion, and one (Israel) is officially a Jewish state. No country has Hinduism as its state religion.
What if a whole region the size of a small country slowly sank beneath the sea, hiding what were once hills and forests, and fertile lands that people had inhabited successfully for thousands of years? It sounds like the start of a new fantasy novel, but as it turns out, that really has happened. And
“How Did Whole Countries Disappear? (Mysterious Lost Civilizations)”
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So when we look at the UN World Happiness Report, we usually see that the Nordic countries are always at the top of the rankings when we have 155 countries. Now in the World Psoriasis Happiness Report, the Nordic countries we have included, Denmark and Norway, are further down the list.
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Lao. It’s pronounced Lao. Not Laossss. Lao, cool? Okay, now we can al-Lao this episode to begin properly. Sorry, I’m just, I’m so used to getting punched or hit or whatever whenever that happens, just um I guess I’m off the hook. Sorry I’m late, traffic was ridiculous out there. Oh, okay? Ready for this?
“Geography Now! LAOS”
Everyone wants to make the world a better place. But not everyone understands how economic freedom leads to wellbeing. The cornerstones of economic freedom are personal choice, voluntary exchange, the freedom to compete in the markets, and private property rights. These freedoms comprise the core of what’s measured in the “eEconomic fFreedom of the wWorld”
“Economic Freedom and a Better Life”
Economic freedom is about, yes, the freedom to buy and sell stuff, but it’s also about the freedom to interact with people, to converse with people, to travel where we want, to say the things we want to say. These things [that] involve interaction with others are truly at the core of economic freedom. There’s
“What’s So Great About Economic Freedom? – Learn Liberty”
Our next guest can pretty much identify every place in the world and he’s only five years old. From Stratford, Connecticut please welcome Nate Seltzer. You memorized the entire globe, right?>>Uh-huh.>>Do you have a favorite state in the United States?>>Yes.>>What is it?>>Missouri >>Missouri. Why is that?>>Because it starts with an M.>>So does Montana. [LAUGHTER] >>And
“Ellen Meets a 5-Year-Old Geography Expert”
Ah! It is so great to be back in the Balkans. I actually love researching this place because it’s like you’ll never get bored. It’s Europe’s most dysfunctional family. However, when it comes to Montenegro, it’s kind of like… Welcome to quite possibly the sleepiest nation on the planet. [Geography Now intro] Hi everyone, I’m
“Geography Now! MONTENEGRO”