Following a format of extensive individual interviews, the CAF Podcast takes a closer look at pressing global issues through the eyes of our most outstanding members and collaborators.
Diego Borja joins the CAF podcast to reflect on the sovereignty over natural resources and the forces shaping regional integration
Maysoun Douas tells us about Madrid’s challenges in terms of diversity and inclusion, introducing the second edition of the New Social Contract.
Gloria Elizo reflects on the fight against corruption in Spain, lawfare, and the risks of instrumentalizing the rise of the far-right for electoral purposes.
Minister Daniel Rojas Medellín joins the CAF Podcast to discuss lawfare, the fight against corruption, and the challenges faced by Colombia’s first-ever left-wing government.
CAF Podcast ep.1/2023
Jean Wyllys joins to discuss the assault on the main seats of power in Brazil, and the challenges and crossroads the country faces.
CAF Podcast ep.2/2022
Ramzy Baroud talks about his newest book, reflecting on the nature of liberation, the Palestinian cause and the ramifications of the Russo-Ukranian war.
CAF Podcast ep.1/2022
Thembisa Fakude reflects on contemporary South African politics and the key lessons of the anti-apartheid fight.
Arlene Clemesha reflects on the current state of affairs in Afghanistan and the factors behind the Taliban’s return to power.
Ayo Obe provides us with key insights on the ongoing security crisis in Nigeria and corresponding international and regional factors.
CAF Podcast ep.1/2021
Wadah Khanfar explains his perspective on the COVID-19 global pandemic and the geopolitical shifts in the Middle East.