Armenia is ranked 75th among 163 countries in the Good Country Index, which ranks countries across 35 indicators grouped under seven main headings, including science and technology, planet and climate, and prosperity and equality.
The results are then divided by gross domestic product to create a more level playing field.
Data comes from international organizations such as the United Nations, the World Bank and the World Health Organization.
Armenia’s neighbor Georgia is placed 57th, Turkey and Azerbaijan are ranked 38th and 89th respectively. Iran is placed 131st.
Armenia’s partners in the Eurasian Economic Union are ranked as follows: Russia – 65th, Belarus – 78th, Kazakhstan – 108th and Kyrgyzstan – 90th.
The index is the work of Simon Anholt, a policy adviser who has worked with governments across the world for the last 25 years.