The UK is made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Anything that isn't part of one of those four isn't part of the UK. That includes Gibraltar, as well as the Isle of Man, the Channel Islands, and the Falklands, among others.
Gibraltar is a dependent territory, not a part of the country.
It's okay because I am american.
Xenophobia is a little harder to measure, but in a 2013 survey by World Values Survey (Sweden) polling different countries on their racist attitudes, the USA ranked damn near the bottom of the list (being most racially tolerant). Though many countries in Africa and some other around the world were not polled, the US would be somewhere around 170-190 on a list of xenophobic countries. India, in that poll, came out on top along with Jordan.
As for "faulty politicians," that's also difficult to measure, though on the Corruption Perceptions Index the United States is also very near the bottom of the list. Virtually every country in Asia, Africa, Latin America, and Eastern Europe rank worse. Though the US is the only country to have elected a narcissistic orangutan as president so there's that.
Face it. A country 16% of Germanys population has more medals in the winter olympics
This puts Germany as top.
What is the criteria?