January 19, 2021
In our first episode of the Global Governance Podcast, our host, Augusto Lopez-Claros sits down with Judge Mark Wolf to discuss kleptocracy and the need for an International Anti-Corruption court.
February 7, 2021
Fresh off the heels of the UN 75th anniversary, our host Augusto Lopez-Claros sits down with Under Secretary General Fabrizio Hochschild to discuss the past and future of the UN.
February 15, 2021
We sit down with distinguished economist and professor, Branko Milanovic. A master at communicating complex ideas, Branko will join us for a discussion on the state of income equality, Pride and Prejudice, universal basic income and more.
March 2, 2021
In the effort to contribute to the creation of a more peaceful and secure world there are few voices that have been as pioneering as our guest today. Richard Falk and I discuss why international cooperation is vital today, COVID-19, and the future of global governance.
March 20, 2021
In this episode we sit down with Carolina Sánchez-Páramo to discuss the state of poverty in 2021, inequality of opportunity, the role of women in development, who is shouldering the economic impact of the pandemic, and more.
April 26, 2021
Andreas Bummel sits down with our host Augusto Lopez-Claros to discuss the formation of a collective identity, the world federalist movement, UN democratic legitimacy and the role that a World Parliamentary Assembly could play in revitalizing a process of long-needed reforms and more.
June 2, 2021
In a broad ranging discussion Amanda Ellis discusses the progress made over the past quarter century in achieving greater gender equality and why empowering women is the key to a more secure and prosperous world.
June 12, 2021
Exploring the link between ethics, values and good governance is vital as we try to find practical solutions to a range of unresolved issues currently threatening our future, from climate change to widening income and extreme poverty.
July 4, 2021
Few have a better understanding of the power of law to change our world than Richard Goldstone. In this episode we sit down with Richard to discuss his career spent working against injustice and the need for international enforcement.
September 7, 2021
The Vatican has played a central role in drawing the attention of the world to a range of issues which address fundamental questions of human development. Alessio Pecorario provides fascinating insights into the latest thinking.
September 23, 2021
Former USG at the UN, Susana Malcorra, explains why women's empowerment is a vital force for transformation, from UN reform to the future of multilateralism, the response to a global pandemic and global prosperity.
October 2, 2021
In this episode, with special guest Dani Kaufmann, we cast a light on the causes, the impact and what to do about the malignant forces of corruption in the 21st century.
December 10, 2021
Nobel Laureate Jody Williams, surveying the many catastrophic risks that threaten our future, makes a powerful case to redefine national security in terms of human welfare rather than the maintenance of military establishments.
December 28, 2021
Massive changes will be needed over the next several years, to our policies, institutions and way of thinking to mitigate the worst effects of climate change. Lack of action will imply the hollowing out of social stability and national security.
January 24, 2022
We need to think creatively to enhance the effectiveness of the UN Security Council in dealing with threats like climate change, and to empower it to become a catalyst in the emergence of mature democracies governed by the rule of law.