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I think you have rather substantially misinterpreted the point of Gladwell's chapter in Outliers. It's not at all about the relative safety of U.S. versus foreign pilots. It simply picks up on the well known psychological literature looking at how cultural differences in "power distance" affect pilot performance. He really only singles out Colombia and South Korea--and in the case of South Korea points out how they overcame that cultural disadvantage. It's probably a good idea to read a book closely before being so scornful of its message.