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EPISODE FOUR

Richard Falk on the Future of International Cooperation

March 2, 2021

41 MINS

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If history has taught us anything, it is that peace and security are ephemeral things, in constant need of the kind of tireless and laborious effort that led to the establishment of institutions for global governance like the UN and EU.

In these efforts to contribute to the creation of a more peaceful, just and secure world there are few voices that have been as compelling and pioneering as that of our guest today, Richard A. Falk. After receiving law degrees from Yale and Harvard, Richard Falk spent 40 years as professor of international law at Princeton University.

Richard A. Falk

During an illustrious career he has influenced and shaped the views of a generation of scholars, who have been inspired not only by his writings, but also by his active involvement in the promotion of the peaceful resolution of conflicts, the upholding of fundamental human rights and respect for international law. Richard Falk has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize on multiple occasions, in recognition of his ability to bridge the gap between his work as a scholar and his desire to see peace and security as realities improving the lives of people all over the world. In this episode Richard Falk and I will discuss why international cooperation is vital today, COVID-19, and the future of the UN, the EU and global governance as a whole.

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EPISODE FIVE

March 20, 2021

47 MINS

The Economic Impact of COVID-19 and the State of Global Poverty

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.

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