The Common Failures We Find Within Expanding Democracy

Society isn’t perfect. You and I are far from perfection also. Nevertheless, the standing principles we live by must be set on the foundations of perfection. Though the work of mankind will be found in fault, man has the power to hold to the perfect ideas of society, love and charity. The stronger we hold to these virtues, the closer we get to the perfection we need.

We listen to Sujit Choudhry to better understand what it is we seek. The failures of society are not the failures of politicians and world leaders. Society’s failure is the failure of its people. Democracy leads the world today and as an optimal form of government for mankind. This optimal stance pulls men like Sujit Choudhry to become a part of the democratic process.

When The People Don’t Have A Voice

The major issues for Professor Sujit Choudhry deal with how people relate with their governing leaders. The work we see in Ukraine is a perfect example of how passionate Sujit is regarding the standards that world leaders should live by. We also witnessed this passion in Sujit and as he rose his voice to hold the Spanish government accountable.   Relevant article on

Every step taken by this professional reveals a clear flaw in how we’ve been operating society. The lack of a unified voice among people creates an urge within Sujit Choudhry that can only be quenched once a full transformation goes into effect. This process is about giving the united people of the world a voice among democratic powers.  Read his interviews here.

When The People’s Voices Are Not Being Heard

The conflicts we learn about through the work of Sujit Choudhry target many political issues. Leading nations haven’t lived up to the standards of modern democracy. There’s no democracy in the eyes of Sujit Choudhry if people can’t clearly speak about issues within an open forum. What’s relevant in the world is not based on what the media prints and publishes.  Read more of his views on

Professor Choudhry gives the power of the press to people. We see a different world emerge, and as voices are being heard.

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