Antarctica. Sure, it's cold, but it's also classified as international territory. Provided that a game company allows remote workers, it'd actually be a pretty reasonable place to live.
[list][*]Sensible leaders and politics [b](More or less)[/b][*]Good education system [b](Extremely hands-on learning)[/b][*]Good social opportunities for my future children (China and Japan sound cool and all, but there's too much pressure on school work there IMO; somewhere where a kid can be a kid, but still gain a good education) [b](Probably)[/b][*]Good standard of living for someone in the CS industry [b](Probably)[/b][*]Good work opportunities for someone in the CS industry (I haven't decided a particular area in CS yet) ([b]Probably, working remotely would cover this)[/b][*]Not over populated (I come from mountainous Utah, so I like a decent amount of space between two houses) [b](Definitely, in fact, it's one of the most sparsely populated places on Earth)[/b][*][size="2"][color="#1c2837"]Safe (both protected by the government and from the government) [/color][/size][b][size="2"][color="#1c2837"](Quite, actually. Who would attack Antarctica?)[/color][/size][/b][*]Speaks English, since that's all I know and the only languages I enjoy learning are programming languages [b](The majority of the population speaks English)[/b][*]Anything else you might think is important [b](Internet access, unspoiled natural beauty, fresh air, hot springs on Deception Island...[/b][*][b]Oh, and the satisfaction of picking "Antarctica" as your country when creating accounts for web services.)[/b][/list][left][size="2"][color="#1c2837"][b]
[/b][/color][/size][/left][left]The only caveat is that you have to join a research team/group attached to a country/organization.[/left]