Lessons From Around the World

Exploring the differences in policies and systems between the U.S. and foreign countries

At the turn of the decade, several countries around the world have emerged as prominent and successful examples of characteristics ranging from education to political engagement to health care.

Nordic countries have an education system that is regarded as one of the best in the world. Italy demonstrates high rates of third-party engagement and voter turnouts. African countries emphasize the importance of families and communities. Canada’s health care system is significantly different and, in some ways, better than ours.

These countries are by no means perfect, yet they do provide a number of lessons that the U.S. can learn from.

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