Centralized services are questionable for privacy in general. That’s especially true for a password manager, where if the service is compromised in a way that leaks your passwords then all of your accounts are compromised.
If you’re at all worried about potentially being profiled by governmental actors as a privacy concern, I’d keep as far away from hosted password managers and email as possible. There’s no such thing as a hosted service that doesn’t share information with the government on request and both of those services immediately give away the whole game if compromised.
There are only a couple hundred countries, and only one can be “the greatest”. You’ll get different answers based on which metric you pick, but clearly the right metric is “quality of US-style BBQ restaurants”. And that’s why the United States is the greatest country in the world.