The strength of a passport is determined by the number of countries a citizen can visit without a visa.
According to the 2019 Henley Passport Index, citizens of Japan can enter 190 countries without a visa beating Singapore and South Korea by just 1 country. The index stands to show that countries can co-exist together without too much of a hassle.
Bagging the third place are France and Germany. They can enter 188 destinations without a visa and are closely followed Denmark, Finland, Italy, and Sweden with access to 187 countries. Spain and Luxembourg come fifth with 186 countries.
The US and the UK –once the strongest passports (2015) now sit at 6th place with access to 185 destinations.
The United Arab Emirates is the first in the middle-east with citizens able to access 164 countries. It stands 22nd.
The following list, courtesy of Wikipedia is the order of rankings of the strongest passports globally.