The modern world order is the result of years and years of conflicts that drove the people of previous eras to consider a different outcome. In the 21st century, the world is largely at peace. There is economic stability across the Americas to Europe, and even throughout Asia. However, there are still numerous active hot spots with lingering tensions. Sujit Choudhry is a scholar from Canada who has played a frequent role in the creation of new constitutions. His talents have been recognized by many world leaders and notable organizations. As described in a recent Medium publication, he expands on the role Canada must play in current geo-politics.
Sujit Choudhry begins by reviewing the current state of global affairs. Democracy was promoted as a new beacon of hope around the world in the late 20th century. Country after country proposed similar practices in a attempt to modernize their nations. As the clock ticked forward, there were notable shifts in democratic backsliding. Internal and outside forces are working in innovate ways to bend the world order to their ideal image. There is also an increase in civil wars that have international influences. This greatly complicates matters in certain regions where bad relationships were already an on-going issue.
As the world steps deeper into the 21st century, Sujit Choudhry has begun exploring how Canada can aid in international issues. They are a country that has been neutral in much of the global affairs in recent years. Canada is in a strong position to show strength and experience in brining foreign parties together on an equal playing field. History is being written at this very minute, and new issues are always around the turn. However, Canada is helping to steer the course of history on a better path to help bring widespread prosperity.
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