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EPISODE NINE

Richard Goldstone and the Need for International Enforcement

July 4, 2021

41 MINS

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Judge Richard Goldstone played an instrumental role in bringing apartheid to an end in racist South Africa in the 1990s. President Mandela appointed him to that country’s Constitutional Court and asked him to serve as the first chief prosecutor of the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia.


Judge Richard Goldstone
Judge Richard Goldstone

How did South Africa make the transition to a more open society that recognized the importance of equal rights for all and, in particular, to what extent was that transition helped by the instrumentality of the law? What were the challenges faced by Judge Goldstone in carrying forward the mandate of the International Criminal Court? What lessons can one draw from that experience for the future of such judicial initiatives? How would an International Anti-Corruption Court fit into our current flawed UN-inspired global governance architecture?

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EPISODE FORTY-FOUR

June 13, 2024

37 MINS

Anthony Annett on The Elements of a More Just Economy

Global financial crises often reflect moral and ethical failures. We need to rethink the foundations of our current approaches to economics, so that the economy does not become a force for social dysfunction and is instead a source of prosperity for all.

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EPISODE FORTY-FOUR

June 13, 2024

37 MINS

Anthony Annett on The Elements of a More Just Economy

Global financial crises often reflect moral and ethical failures. We need to rethink the foundations of our current approaches to economics, so that the economy does not become a force for social dysfunction and is instead a source of prosperity for all.

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