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Fareed Zakaria GPS
- 459 - All-Star Panel On Russia & Ukraine, Afghanistan And How Long Boris Johnson Can Hold On
Fareed asks Richard Haass, David Miliband and Anne Applebaum about what Russia really wants with Ukraine. The panel also tackles the deepening humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan and the fate of Boris Johnson. Then, Rana Foroohar on rising inflation and what it might mean for the long-term global economy. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 23 Jan 2022
- 458 - Kremlin Spokesman On Russia's Intentions In Ukraine
In an exclusive interview Fareed talks to long-time Putin aide Dmitry Peskov about Moscow’s demands for NATO, threats against Ukraine, and further sanctions. Then, fmr. Polish Foreign Minister Radek Sikorski, and former NSC Russia director Thomas Graham, on how the West should respond to Russia. Plus, what has the pandemic revealed about U.S. democracy? To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 16 Jan 2022
- 457 - Covid, Russia, China, And The Economy In 2022
Looking ahead at 2022, Fareed asks Dr. Robert Wachter of UCSF how the Covid-19 pandemic will evolve in its third year. Then, will Russia invade Ukraine? Ian Bremmer, president of the Eurasia Group, and Niall Ferguson, senior fellow at Stanford's Hoover Institute, weigh in. Plus, what China and the economy have in store for the new year. Guests: Robert Wachter, Ian Bremmer, Niall Ferguson, Elizabeth Economy, Ruchir Sharma. Air date: 01/09/2022 To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 09 Jan 2022
- 456 - Update For January 2, 2022
There is no new episode of the GPS showcast. If you haven't already, please check out CNN's other podcasts and showcasts at cnn.com/audio. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 02 Jan 2022
- 455 - Did 2021 Look More Like 1858 Or 1968?
Pulitzer Prize-winning historians Jon Meacham and Doris Kearns Goodwin tell Fareed Zakaria how 2021 will be written down in history. Then, Harvard Law Professors Randall Kennedy and Noah Feldman talk about America’s racial reckoning. Plus, a look at the Christian exodus from the Middle East. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 26 Dec 2021
- 454 - Hillary Clinton On Pres. Biden, U.S. Politics, And Russia
Fareed asks former Democratic Presidential Candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton about the domestic and international politics of the Biden era, plus her new political thriller novel. And, why some high-ranking Israeli officials have buyer's remorse over blowing up the Iran nuclear deal. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 19 Dec 2021
- 453 - December 12, 2021 | On GPS: U.S. Threatens “Severe Cost” if Russia Invades Ukraine; Angela Merkel’s Era Ends; How Syria Turned Into A NARCO State; Does The Nobel Peace Prize Need A Rethink?
Fareed welcomes Anne Applebaum of the Atlantic and Ian Bremner of the Eurasia Group, to discuss the likelihood of Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, and how that would work in the context of a Europe which desperately needs Russian Gas. After, the panel discuss the U.S. leading the diplomatic boycott of the Olympics, which resulted in Australia, The United Kingdom and Canada all following suit. After 16-years in office, Angela Merkel’s era as the Chancellor of Germany has come to and end. Can her shoes be filled? Tanit Koch of The New European joins to discuss what to expect from Merkel’s successor Olaf Scholz. Syria descends into a NARCO state as "the New York times" reports its top export now is illegal amphetamines. Fareed talks with the reporter who chased the story, Ben Hubbard, about the illegal drug industry run by associates and relatives of President Bashar Al Assad, which has grown into a multibillion-dollar operation. Finally, Fareed asks: does the Nobel Peace Prize need a rethink? The 19th awardee Abiy Ahmed, Ethiopia's then reform-minded leader has just two years later presided over a bloody civil war. How could the Nobel Committee have gotten things so wrong? To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 12 Dec 2021
- 452 - December 5, 2021 | On GPS: Global vaccine inequality; will the vaccines protect against Omicron?; fears of a Russian invasion of Ukraine grow; will the Iran nuclear deal collapse?
Fareed welcomes South African human rights lawyer and the founder of the Health Justice Initiative in South Africa, Fatima Hassan, to discuss travel bans and the unequal distribution of vaccines around the world. Then, will the vaccines hold up against the Omicron variant? Fareed asks Moderna’s founder and chairman, Noubar Afeyan. Also, with tensions on the Russia-Ukarine border increasing, Fareed talks to former NATO Supreme Allied Commander James Stavridis about the upcoming Biden-Putin call and the likelihood of a Russian invasion of Ukraine. Then, after this round of Iran nuclear deal talks ended poorly Friday in Vienna, Vali Nasr, professor at John’s Hopkins University and former senior adviser at the U.S. State Department, tells Fareed why Iran is hesitant to continue negotiations and why the U.S. needs a deal to stabilize the Middle East. Plus, how did the Taliban retake Afghanistan quickly and relatively peacefully? Margherita Stancati, a reporter at the Wall Street Journal, reveals their spy tactics and hidden networks. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 05 Dec 2021
- 451 - November 21, 2021 | On GPS: Henry Kissinger on the future of U.S.-China relations; a panel on Russian military buildup near Ukraine and Europe’s “fourth wave”; and, how does the pandemic end?
Fareed sits down with former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, the man who originally opened relations with China 50 years ago, to discuss the dangers of a new cold war between Beijing and Washington and how Biden can avoid that outcome. Then, Zanny Minton Beddoes, editor-in-chief of The Economist, and David Miliband, the former British Foreign Secretary, join Fareed for a discussion on Russia’s military build-up on the border of Ukraine, the “fourth wave” of COVID in Europe and Blinken’s first visit to Africa as secretary of state. Plus, when and how will the pandemic end? Fareed asks infectious disease specialist and epidemiologist Dr. Céline Gounder. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 21 Nov 2021
- 450 - November 14, 2021 | On GPS: Why is inflation rising?; America’s trucker shortage; U.S. reacts to Russian military escalations near Ukraine; and, the crisis at the Belarus-Poland Border
As U.S. inflation rises at the fastest pace in over 30 years, Fareed asks former U.S. Treasury Secretary Larry Summers why it is happening and how it can be stopped. Then, as supply chain problems persist, Fareed asks New York Times correspondent Ana Swanson about America's puzzling shortage of truckers. And earlier this week the U.S. warned Russia not to make a “serious mistake” by rehashing its 2014 invasion of Ukraine. Fareed asks former National Security Council official Fiona Hill if another invasion is possible. Plus, a voice from the world’s hottest continent. Vanessa Nakate talks to Fareed about why Africa should be front of mind in the climate discussion. Finally, has Belarus manufactured a heartbreaking migration crisis for political revenge? Fareed explains. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 14 Nov 2021
- 449 - November 7, 2021 | On GPS: Interview with Biden’s National Security Adviser, Jake Sullivan
Fareed talks with the President's national security adviser Jake Sullivan about the pace of progress on climate change, concerns over China's military build-up, and the tragic end of America’s longest war. French right-wing TV star Eric Zemmour has been called France's Donald Trump, and there's growing excitement for him to run for President. Bernard-Henri Levy Joins to discuss the factors behind the rise in his popularity. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 07 Nov 2021
- 448 - October 31, 2021 | On GPS: Former UK PM Gordon Brown on the G20 meeting; Former US Special Rep. for Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad on lessons from the end of America’s longest war
Fareed speaks to former British Prime Minister and current WHO Ambassador for Global Health Financing Gordon Brown about the G20 meeting in Rome and what needed to be resolved on COVID-19, climate change and more. Then, Fareed sits down with Zalmay Khalilzad, Former U.S. Special Rep. for Afghanistan Reconciliation, to discuss the lessons learned from the U.S. withdrawal and the future of the war-torn nation. Plus, Stephanie Kelton, Prof. of Public Policy & Economics at Stony Brook University and author of the book "The Deficit Myth," explains why we shouldn’t be worried about the price tags on the Biden bills awaiting votes in Congress. Lastly, Fareed examines how Trump’s “big lie” political playbook is being adopted by the president of Brazil as he tries to cling to political power. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 31 Oct 2021
- 447 - October 24, 2021 | On GPS: Would the U.S. really protect Taiwan against a Chinese attack?; China’s reported test of a hypersonic missile; the life and legacy of Angela Merkel; the new normal in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan.
Would China and the U.S. go to war over Taiwan? Fareed talks to Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations, and Oriana Skylar Mastro of The American Enterprise Institute about the complex relationship the U.S. must navigate between China and Taiwan. Haass also reflects on the complicated legacy of his former boss at the State Department, the late Gen. Colin Powell. Then, David Sanger, national security correspondent for the New York Times, explains why China’s hypersonic missile testing is a significant step towards a potential twenty-first century arms race. As Germany bids auf wiedersehen to long-time Chancellor Angela Merkel, Kati Marton, journalist and author of the new book “The Chancellor,” tells Fareed about the qualities that made Merkel such a powerful chancellor and the legacy she leaves behind. Plus, Fareed checks in with Mahbouba Seraj, the founder of the Afghan Women’s Network. Seraj is still in Kabul and tells Fareed what life in the nation is like, 10 weeks after the Taliban took over. Lastly, Fareed looks at what some are calling “Striketober” — the rash of strikes and other labor problems around America - and why it actually might be a net positive for labor, business, and the American economy. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 24 Oct 2021
- 446 - October 17, 2021 | On GPS: What’s wrong with the supply chain and labor market in America and around the world?; Poland’s democratic downturn; the surprising American state where some of the world’s rich and powerful are hiding their money.
Haven’t received your online shopping on time? Fareed talks to David Lynch, global economics correspondent for the Washington Post, about why the post-pandemic economy is seeing supply shortages and high prices for goods. What is causing these glitches in the global supply chain? One piece of the puzzle is the shake-up in the labor market, Heather Long, an economics correspondent for the Washington Post, tells Fareed about the great re-assessment of work in America and how the puzzling data might foreshadow a positive future for productivity and growth in the global economy. Then, Anne Applebaum, staff writer for the Atlantic, explains Poland’s democratic downturn and why events in Poland may sound familiar to Americans. The Pandora Papers offered another glimpse at how and where the rich hide their wealth. Sarah Chayes, author of the book “On Corruption,” explains why South Dakota has become a global tax haven, right in the U.S. heartland. Plus, Fareed takes a look at the future of German politics as Angela Merkel departs from the spotlight after her 16-year tenure as Chancellor. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 17 Oct 2021
- 445 - October 10, 2021 | On GPS: 2021 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Maria Ressa and her attorney Amal Clooney; Are China and Taiwan headed for war?; Is Britain just the beginning of a looming energy crisis?
This week the Nobel Committee awarded Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov the Nobel peace prize for their efforts to safeguard freedom of expression. Ressa and her attorney, international human rights lawyer Amal Clooney, join Fareed to discuss why fighting for a free press is essential in maintaining healthy functional democracies around the world. Then: on Wednesday, Taiwan’s defense minister said that tensions with China are at their worst in 40 years, Fareed talks to former U.S. national security advisor Lt. General H.R. McMaster (Ret.) about the tense relationship between China and Taiwan and why the U.S. and its partners in the region need to aid Taiwan. As the northern hemisphere enters the winter months, the next energy crisis seems to be looming on the horizon. Tom Friedman, New York Times columnist, explains why there needs to be a global comprehensive energy plan that shifts to cleaner fuels. Plus, Fareed’s book “10 Lessons for a Post-Pandemic World” comes out in paperback with a new afterword where he reflects on one more important lesson that he learned during the latter part of the pandemic: how individuals need to build inner resources of mind and spirit. GUESTS: Maria Ressa, Amal Clooney, H.R. McMaster, Tom Friedman To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 10 Oct 2021
- 444 - October 3, 2021 | On GPS: An expert panel on President Biden’s foreign policy agenda; a report from the Sahel in Africa, a new jihadist terror hotspot; and Dr. Sanja Gupta on lessons learned from the pandemic
After his Take, Fareed is joined by an all-star panel: Richard Haass, the president of the Council on Foreign Relations; Anne-Marie Slaughter, CEO of New America; and Ian Bremmer, president of the Eurasia Group. They discuss the United States’ geopolitical pivot from Europe and the Middle East to Asia. Then the Sahel in Africa, the region between the Sahara Desert and the Savanah, is seeing an uptick of jihadist violence and Foreign Policy’s Amy MacKinnon tells Fareed what has been happening in the region and how Russia has been getting involved. Then, CNN’s Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta sits down with Fareed to discuss his new book “World War C,” about the medical, scientific, and resource-allocation lessons we can learn from the COVID-19 pandemic. GUESTS: Richard Haass, Anne-Marie Slaughter, Ian Bremmer, Amy MacKinnon, Sanjay Gupta To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 03 Oct 2021
- 443 - September 26, 2021 | On GPS: The French Ambassador to the U.S., Philippe Étienne, on upset over the AUKUS deal; Iraqi President Barham Salih on watching the fall of Kabul from Baghdad; Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven on his country’s COVID-19 exp
Fareed talks to Philippe Étienne, the French ambassador to the U.S., who is still in Paris after being recalled due to the AUKUS submarine deal. He discusses mending the close alliance between France and the U.S. Fareed also sits down with Iraqi President Barham Salih to discuss how the fall of Afghanistan impacted Iraq and how he plans to get Iraqis out of the vicious cycle of Middle East conflict. Then, Fareed talks to Stefan Löfven, the prime minister of Sweden, to talk about his country’s unique covid-19 strategy: how it has affected the health and the economy of the Swedish people. After lots of talk and little action on climate change, Fareed talks with Katharine Hayhoe, the chief scientist for The Nature Conservancy, about what humans can do, on an individual and collective level, to start the transition from fossil fuel dependent lifestyles to clean energy lifestyles. Plus, a look at Taiwan’s fragile democracy in the shadow of China. GUESTS: Philippe Étienne, Barham Salih, Stefan Löfven, Katharine Hayhoe To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 26 Sep 2021
- 442 - Director: Jeff Watts TD: Mike Mihelich EGO: Dia Hodari TPM: Amber Swanson Audio: Lorenzo Kemp Prompter: Ronald Emile
France recalled its Ambassadors to Washington and Canberra this week following the announcement of the new security partnership between the United States, Australia, and United Kingdom. Gérard Araud, the former French Ambassador to the U.S., talks to Fareed about the state of Franco-American relations. Then, ahead of the annual gathering of world leaders at the United Nations General Assembly this week, Fareed sits down with Secretary General António Guterres to discuss the need for global cooperation on Covid-19, and what the U.N. can realistically do to help people of Afghanistan. Plus, Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer talks to Fareed about the power and politics of the court. GUESTS: Gérard Araud, António Guterres, Stephen Breyer To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 19 Sep 2021
- 441 - September 12, 2021 |On GPS: Fmr. U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair on 9/11 & defeating radical Islam; exclusive interview with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky
20 years after 9/11, Fareed gives his take on the state of radical Islam today. Then, Former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair reflects on the days after 9/11 and the roots of Islamic extremism. Finally, an exclusive interview with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Is he confident the U.S. will defend his nation from Russia, after the world witnessed what happened in Afghanistan last month? Pres. Zelensky and Fareed discuss that plus the scandal that centered on Ukraine and led to Trump's first impeachment. GUESTS: Tony Blair, President Volodymyr Zelensky To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 12 Sep 2021
- 440 - September 5, 2021 |A Fareed Zakaria GPS Special: The Post-COVID-19 World. Once the extraordinary measures are over, how will our world have changed? How should it be different?
Fareed talks to Joanne Lipman, former Editor-in-Chief of USA Today, on how the pandemic has made us rethink the workplace and our work-life balance. Then, former U.S. Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan, tells Fareed how the transition to digital school came with a big learning curve for students, teachers, and parents alike and what can be done to improve the future of education. In the Spring of 2020, many thought cities would be yet another victim of the pandemic, but University of Toronto Professor Richard Florida says cities are here to stay – they just need to evolve. Lastly, Zanny Minton Beddoes, the editor-in-chief of The Economist, discusses the post-pandemic economy and what it will look like for people, for corporations and for nations. GUESTS: Joanne Lipman, Arne Duncan, Richard Florida, Zanny Minton Beddoes To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 05 Sep 2021
- 439 - August 22, 2021 |On GPS: The uncertain future of Afghanistan; the world’s response to U.S. withdrawal; the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan; resiliency through the pandemic
Fareed offers his take on why leaving Afghanistan is still the right decision even amidst the heartbreaking and chaotic withdrawal. But, first, Jim Sciutto opens the show with Afghan natives Rina Amiri, Senior Fellow at NYU’s Center for Global Affairs, and Sami Mahdi, an Afghan journalist, on the future of their home country. Reporting from Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, CNN’s Senior International Correspondent Sam Kiley describes the ongoing troubles there. Then, Rory Stewart, former U.K. Secretary of State for International Development, and Andrey Kortunov, the Director General for the Russian International Affairs Council, join Jim for a discussion about how America’s allies and adversaries are reacting to the Afghanistan debacle. Also, former U.K. Foreign Secretary David Miliband explains to Jim how the Taliban takeover created not just a political-economic crisis but a humanitarian one as well. Plus, a conversation with Laurie Santos, Professor of Psychology at Yale University and host of The Happiness Lab podcast, about how to train our brains to find happiness amidst these very challenging times. GUESTS: Rina Amiri, Sami Mahdi, Sam Kiley, Rory Stewart, Andrey Kortunov, David Miliband, Laurie Santos To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 22 Aug 2021
- 438 - August 15, 2021 | On GPS: Kabul falls as the Taliban takes over Afghanistan; the summer of climate crises continues
As President Ghani flees Afghanistan while the Taliban seizes control of the country, Fareed talks to Clarissa Ward, CNN’s Chief International Correspondent, about the breathtaking speed of the Taliban’s takeover. Then, former Joint Chiefs Chairman, Adm. Mike Mullen (Ret.), talks about what happened to the Afghan Army. Also, what will be the fate of women in Afghanistan? Mahbouba Seraj, a women’s rights activist in Kabul, tells Fareed how she will continue to fight for women’s rights in the country. Then, after weeks of back-to-back climate catastrophes around the world, John Kerry, Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, calls for more effective global climate action. Plus, Greece’s Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis, tells Fareed about the devastating fires that burned through his country and what the E.U., U.S., and the world need to do in order to ensure a climate-stable future. GUESTS: Clarissa Ward, Mike Mullen, Mahbouba Seraj, John Kerry, Kyriakos Mitsotakis To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 15 Aug 2021
- 437 - August 8, 2021 |On GPS: Dr. Anthony Fauci on the Delta variant & the others to come plus a panel on the GOP’s odd embrace of Hungary & the fall of the first major city in Afghanistan
Anthony Fauci, chief medical advisor to President Biden and the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, tells Fareed what the world can expect during the next phase of the pandemic, including how to combat new variants, how vaccines offer the best path to herd immunity and the future of infectious diseases. Then, Anne-Marie Slaughter and Ian Bremmer on the American right’s infatuation with Hungary’s authoritarian leader, Viktor Orban, just as Tucker Carlson returns from his weeklong visit to the Eastern European country. Plus, the panel discusses what the future of Afghanistan looks like as the Taliban seizes control of Kunduz, the first big Afghan city to fall in the vacuum left by the US troop withdrawal. Lastly, Fareed looks at how the world can use the Olympic lessons of globalized cooperation and logistics and apply them to vaccine distribution around the world. GUESTS: Anthony Fauci, Anne-Marie Slaughter, Ian Bremmer To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 08 Aug 2021
- 436 - August 1, 2021 |On GPS: How the delta variant might complicate the economic recovery; convincing the unvaccinated to get their shots; teetering democracy in Tunisia; and, why one scholar wants a truth and reconciliation committee after the U.S. Capitol at
The threat of the Delta variant looms over the recovery of the economy and the health of the global population, Fareed asks Nobel Prize winning economist Paul Krugman what this stage of the pandemic will look like, and if the economy will shut down again. Then, the key to transitioning back to normal life lies in vaccines, but how can governments and health experts convince more people to get vaccinated? Richard Thaler, Nobel Prize winning economist and co-author of the book ‘Nudge’ explains how to effectively incentivize the unvaccinated. Then, 10 years after the Arab Spring, is Tunisia in the throes of a coup? Tarek Masoud, professor of International Relations at Harvard University, explains why democracy is fragile in the North African country. Plus, after the January 6 attack on the Capitol, does the U.S. need a truth and reconciliation committee? Fareed asks Harvard scholar and Massachusetts gubernatorial candidate Danielle Allen how the country can heal. GUESTS: Paul Krugman, Richard Thaler, Tarek Masoud, Danielle Allen To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 01 Aug 2021
- 435 - July 25, 2021 |On GPS: An exclusive interview with King Abdullah II of Jordan
Fareed sits down in a special in-person interview with King Abdullah II of Jordan. They discuss solutions to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the King’s visit with President Biden, turmoil within the Jordanian royal family, and much more. Then, Dr. Tom Frieden, former CDC director, and Devi Sridhar, Professor of Public Health at the University of Edinburgh, tell Fareed about the worrying rise of Covid-19 cases due to the delta variant, how important it is to vaccinate the world and the newest data on the effectiveness of vaccines. Plus, a look at how the extreme weather seen around the world in recent weeks might be the new normal. GUESTS: King Abdullah II, Tom Frieden, Devi Sridhar To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 25 Jul 2021
- 434 - July 18, 2021 |ON GPS: Gen. David Petraeus tells Fareed why the U.S. might regret withdrawing from Afghanistan; will the anti-government protests change anything in Cuba?; and Gary Ginsburg on his new book “First Friends”
As the U.S. finalizes its troop withdrawal from Afghanistan after 20 years of involvement in the country, Fareed talks to former Commander of U.S. Central Command and former CIA Director Gen. David Petraeus about how the U.S. may regret the decision to pull out in a “hasty way.” Then, Ada Ferrer, Professor of History at NYU, explains why it is still too early to know if the anti-government protests in Cuba will bring about change and what President Biden should do about Cuba. Plus, Gary Ginsburg, author of the new book “First Friends,” tells Fareed about the defining friendships of different American presidents and how they shaped both their decision-making and personal lives. And lastly, after the shocking assassination of the President of Haiti, Jovenel Moishe, Fareed looks at the troubled history of the island nation and how it led to the current violence there. GUESTS: David Petraeus, Ada Ferrer, Gary Ginsburg To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 18 Jul 2021
- 433 - July 11, 2021 |On GPS: A special hour as billionaire Richard Branson blasts off to space
Fareed sits down with the renowned astrophysicist and author Neil deGrasse Tyson to discuss the science behind the billionaire race to space and contextualizes this moment in the history of human space exploration. Then, CNN’s space and defense correspondent, Kristin Fisher, whose parents were both astronauts, explains the political dynamics between Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic and Jeff Bezos’s Blue Origin and describes the history of these types of space flight tests. Plus, Rachel Crane, CNN’s innovation and space correspondent, reports on all the details surrounding Virgin Galactic’s test flight from the field at Spaceport America near Truth and Consequences, New Mexico. GUESTS: Neil deGrasse Tyson, Kristin Fisher, Rachel Crane To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 11 Jul 2021
- 432 - July 4, 2021 |On GPS: A Fourth of July Special; Fareed looks at the state of America on its 245th birthday, from politics, democracy, and economics, to race relations and culture.
As the United States celebrates the fourth of July, Fareed brings on an array of experts to examine the state of the country right now. To discuss how history will view this moment in American political life Fareed hosts a panel discussion with two Pulitzer-prize winning historians, Doris Kearns Goodwin and Jon Meacham. Then, after a turbulent year for race relations in America, Annette Gordon-Reed, Pulitzer-prize winning historian and Harvard professor, tells Fareed about the successes and shortcomings of the movement for racial justice in America. Plus, what’s next for the American economy after a period of intense changes? Ruchir Sharma, chief global strategist at Morgan Stanley Investment Management, explains why, economically, America is the come-back nation of the past decade. And lastly, from social media to streaming services, Pulitzer-prize winning historian and Harvard professor, Louis Menand, looks at the boom of cultural products that are being made and consumed in America today. GUESTS: Doris Kearns Goodwin, Jon Meacham, Annette Gordon-Reed, Ruchir Sharma, Louis Menand To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacyMon, 05 Jul 2021
- 431 - June 27, 2021 |On GPS: As China celebrates a century of communism, Fareed talks to an expert panel about what’s next for China. Plus, Malcolm Gladwell is back with a revisionist history perspective on everything from autonomous cars to the Little Mermaid.
On Thursday, the Chinese Communist Party will celebrate its 100-year anniversary and Beijing is commemorating with festivities all over the country. Fareed hosts Elizabeth Economy, senior fellow for China studies at the Council for Foreign Relations, Rana Mitter, professor of modern China at Oxford, and Jiayang Fan, a staff writer for The New Yorker, to discuss how the Chinese Communist Party survived a tumultuous century and what the future looks like for China as its economic power grows and expands all over the world. Then, Fareed and Malcolm Gladwell talk about what’s on the best-selling author and podcaster’s mind: self-driving cars, war games, college rankings, and Disney’s The Little Mermaid. Finally, Fareed looks at a worrying global trend: governments cracking down on free speech in online spaces. GUESTS: Rana Mitter, Elizabeth Economy, Jiayang Fang, Malcolm Gladwell To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 27 Jun 2021
- 430 - June 20, 2021 |On GPS: What did the first Biden-Putin summit look like to Russians?; What should we know about Iran’s new president: Ebrahim Raisi?; And an exclusive interview with a Taliban spokesman about Afghanistan after the U.S. leaves.
President Biden and President Putin met for the first time this week in Geneva and Fareed asks Andrey Kortunov, director general of the Russian International Affairs Council, about the state of U.S.-Russian relations and how cyberattacks are impacting the relationship. A low turnout election in Iran has secured a presidential win for hardliner Ebrahim Raisi. Robin Wright, contributing writer at The New Yorker, and Vali Nasr, Professor at Johns Hopkins University, explain who Raisi is and what his presidency will mean for Iran. Then, an exclusive interview with Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen about the future of Afghanistan after American and allied troops pull out of the country. Plus, anthropologist-turned-journalist Gillian Tett on her new book “Anthro-Vision,” where she lays out how important rituals and symbols are to human culture and why it’s good to embrace a bit of culture shock. Lastly, Fareed explains why a carbon tax can be the first big step in the fight against climate change. GUESTS: Andrey Kortunov, Robin Wright, Vali Nasr, Suhail Shaheen, Gillian Tett To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 20 Jun 2021
- 429 - June 13, 2021 |On GPS: A panel discussion on President Biden’s first trip abroad; the beginning of a new political era in Israel; how humans gained an extra life in just a century; plus, a sustainable solution to the U.S.-Mexico border crisis.
Biden brought America “back to the table” of the world stage this week on his first trip abroad as President. Fareed talks to The Economist’s editor-in-chief, Zanny Minton Beddoes, and Ben Rhodes, former U.S. Deputy National Security Advisor, about Biden’s plan to rally the world’s leading democracies. A new day dawns on Israel as Benjamin Netanyahu is ousted as Prime Minister; what does the future of Israeli politics and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict look like? Martin Indyk, former U.S. Ambassador to Israel, explains to Fareed what is at stake. Then, Steven Johnson tells Fareed how humans gained an extra life thanks to advancements in science and the activism of citizens around the world. Lastly, this week Vice President Kamala Harris traveled to Mexico and Guatemala to address immigration from Central America and Fareed has some suggestions on how to stabilize the region. GUESTS: Ben Rhodes, Zanny Minton Beddoes, Martin Indyk, Steven Johnson To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 13 Jun 2021
- 428 - June 6, 2021 |On GPS: Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown on tackling Covid-19 and how to deal with China and Russia. Then a panel discussing what's next for Israel in the post-Netanyahu era. Plus, Ezra Klein on why we need a "moonshot for meatless
Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown talks to Fareed about why international cooperation is key to ending the pandemic and how Western democracies should handle their relationships with China and Russia. Then, Anshel Pfeffer, the Israel correspondent for The Economist, and Israeli journalist Lucy Aharish explain what can happen if the new Israeli "change" coalition ousts longtime Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and how Arab-Israeli's are affecting Israeli politics like never before. Plus, Ezra Klein tells Fareed why it is important for the future of BBQs to be meatless. And lastly, Fareed looks at how a border crisis between Spain and Morocco is pushing immigration to the center stage of Spanish politics. GUESTS: Gordon Brown, Anshel Pfeffer, Lucy Aharish, Ezra Klein To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 06 Jun 2021
- 427 - May 30, 2021 | On GPS: Is the Benjamin Netanyahu era in Israel coming to a close? Fareed talks to Tom Friedman; then a panel discussion on Belarus's "state sponsored hijacking" and Michael Lewis on the U.S.’s COVID-19 stumbles.
As Israeli politicians are in tasks to form a coalition that may oust Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Fareed talk to the New York Times’ Tom Friedman about what that would mean – for Israel, for Palestinians, and for the 2-state solution. Then he speaks to The Atlantic's Anne Applebaum and Belarusian reporter Hanna Liubakova about Belarus's "state sponsored hijacking" & subsequent arrest of dissident journalist Roman Protasevich. Then Michael Lewis dives into his new book "The Premonition," where he investigates why the world's wealthiest nation – the U.S. – bumbled its initial COVID-19 response so badly. And, lastly, Fareed looks at why the worldwide decline in birth rates could have potentially devastating consequences for rapidly aging populations. GUESTS: Thomas Friedman, Anne Applebaum, Hanna Liubakova, Michael Lewis To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 30 May 2021
- 426 - May 23, 2021 | On GPS: Secretary of State Anthony Blinken on Israel, Gaza, the Iran deal, and his meeting this week with Russia’s FM Lavrov; plus, a panel discussion on the complicated future of Israelis and Palestinians.
Airdate May 16, 2021: Fareed speaks to U.S. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken about the American diplomatic plan for Israel and Gaza, the future of the Iran Nuclear deal, and what he said when he met this week with his Russian counterpart, Foreign Minister Lavrov. Then, a panel discussing the future of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with Peter Beinart, Noura Erakat and Dan Senor. Plus, Zachary Karabell on his new book about how business built America and what modern capitalism should look like. And lastly, as the Arctic region continues to defrost, creating a new political and economic horizon, Fareed examines Russia’s intentions (and why they are worrying to the West). GUESTS: Anthony Blinken, Noura Erakat, Peter Beinart, Dan Senor, Zachary Karabell To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 23 May 2021
- 425 - May 16, 2021 | On GPS: the latest from the Middle East as the crisis intensifies and the death toll rises
Airdate May 16, 2021: Fareed speaks to CNN's Nic Robertson in Israel about what it's like on the ground. Then former U.S. special envoy to Israel and Palestine, Martin Indyk, and modern Arab studies Professor Rashid Khalidi discuss how the combatants got here and where the conflict will go next. Then international human rights lawyer Amal Clooney and Nobel Peace Prize winner Nadia Murad join Fareed for an exclusive interview. After the U.N. this week said ISIS committed genocide against the Yazidis, Clooney and Murad say it’s time to get justice against ISIS in U.S. and international courts. GUESTS: Martin Indyk, Rashid Khalidi, Amal Clooney, Nadia Murad To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 16 May 2021
- 424 - May 9, 2021 | On GPS: Bombing in Kabul; Beijing’s brinksmanship in Taiwan; India’s COVID crisis; the post-pandemic boom
Airdate May 9, 2021: Former Defense Secretary Bob Gates talks about Biden’s pressing foreign policy issues – from the prospect of a Taliban takeover in Afghanistan to China’s brinksmanship in Taiwan. Then, the Lancet says India may suffer 1 million COVID deaths by August 1st; Fareed talks to public health expert Devi Sridhar on how bad it will get in India and where the next crisis may hit. Also, economic historian Niall Ferguson tells Fareed about the role of globalization in the spread of Covid-19 and the lasting impact the pandemic will have in the world’s economic recovery. GUESTS: Robert Gates, Devi Sridhar, Niall Ferguson, Jake Tapper To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 09 May 2021
- 423 - May 2, 2021 | On GPS: Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Biden's first 100 days, on the uncertain future of U.S.-Russia relations and on America’s withdrawal from Afghanistan; Unpacking how populist politics affect pandemic performance; How po
Airdate May 2, 2021: Ten years after the death of Osama bin Laden, Fareed examines how political and militant Islam may have lost its allure. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton grades Biden's first 100 days in office, outlines the most effective way to proceed with politics in DC, examines the complex relationship between the U.S. and Russia and discusses the possible outcomes after the American withdrawal from Afghanistan. Then, with India ever deeper in crisis, John Hopkins professor Yascha Mounk and Institute for Global Change research fellow Brett Meyer debate whether populist politics affects pandemic response. Plus, Saudi Crown Prince MBS’s stunning admission regarding his nation’s relations with Iran. GUESTS: Hillary Rodham Clinton, Yascha Mounk, Brett Meyer To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 02 May 2021
- 422 - April 25, 2021 | On GPS: What should the West make of Putin's ominous warning not to cross Russia’s “red line”?; The word “genocide” gets tossed around a lot – what is the history & true meaning of the word?
Airdate April 18, 2021: Fareed offers his Take on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause and the damage it may have done. Then, Vladimir Putin warned the West this week not to cross Russia’s “red line”. What does that mean? And what to make of the massive build-up of Russia troops on its border with Ukraine? Fareed talks to Radek Sikorsky, the former Foreign Minister of Poland who has negotiated with Putin. Also: words matter. On Saturday, President Biden declared the mass killings of Armenians in WWI a genocide, but what does that word mean? Fareed talks to expert Philippe Sands. And, after global leaders made pledges to cut emissions at a U.S.-convened climate summit this week, will developing nations follow suit? M. Sanjayan, CEO of Conservation International, weighs in. Plus, Covid's devastating comeback in India. The Guardian's Hannah Ellis-Petersen reports on the “COVID hell” that India is experiencing. And, finally, why nuclear power is the more sustainable option for the future of energy production. GUESTS: Radek Sikorski, Philippe Sands, M. Sanjayan, Hannah Ellis-Petersen, To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 25 Apr 2021
- 421 - April 18, 2021 | On GPS: An exclusive interview with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, days after Biden announces a final U.S. troop withdrawal
Airdate April 18, 2021: After the Biden administration said this week it's pulling out of Afghanistan, Fareed has an exclusive interview with the President of Afghanistan, Ashraf Ghani, on what the U.S. withdrawal means for his country and its citizens. Then, former Trump national security advisor Gen. H.R. McMaster critiques the Biden decision on Afghanistan, citing the potential chaos the Taliban can unleash, while former Obama national security advisor Tom Donilon applauds the decision and tells Fareed why the withdrawal is in the interest of the U.S. and the world. Lastly, will the world do anything about the violence in Myanmar? Fareed talks to CNN's chief international correspondent Clarissa Ward who just returned from the country. GUESTS: Ashraf Ghani, H.R. McMaster, Thomas Donilon, Clarissa Ward To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 18 Apr 2021
- 420 - April 11, 2021 | On GPS: How to pay for Biden's big dollar plans; re-engaging with Iran; Turkey's illiberal democracy
Airdate April 11, 2021: Trump slashed corporate tax rates in his tenure as president. Biden has taken haste to undo that, securing funding for his new American jobs plan. Fareed talks to Wally Adeyemo, U.S. Deputy Secretary of the Treasury. And, the Iran deal - can the U.S. and Iran resume talks? Should they? Fareed has a great debate with an all-star panel. Then, at another negotiating table, an awkward game of musical chairs in Turkey left one European leader without a seat. What this scene might say about Turkey's continuing slide away from the West…and away from democracy. GUESTS: Wally Adeyemo, Kim Ghattas, Reuel Marc Gerecht, Vali Nasr, Diane von Furstenberg To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 11 Apr 2021
- 419 - April 4, 2021 | On GPS: Biden's big bid to rebuild America; new report on the origins of COVID-19; Germany grapples with COVID-19 resurgence
Airdate April 4, 2021: Before hitting his 100-day mark, Pres. Biden has passed a $2T COVID relief bill and proposed a $2T infrastructure and jobs package. Some have already begun putting him in the pantheon with FDR & LBJ. Are those comparisons apt? Fareed asks historians, Jon Meacham and Niall Ferguson. Then, the WHO's latest report saw no evidence that COVID-19 originated in a lab. Fareed speaks to Peter Daszak, one of the scientists who carried out this controversial investigation in China. And Germany went from great success against COVID-19 to close to failure – now entering its third spike. What changed? Fareed speaks to the New York Time's Correspondent Melissa Eddy. GUESTS: Jon Meacham, Niall Ferguson, Peter Daszak, Melissa Eddy To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 04 Apr 2021
- 418 - March 21, 2021 | On GPS: Top U.S. officials had wars of words this week with their Russian and Chinese counterparts. What’s next for those already difficult relations?
Airdate March 21, 2021: Fareed offers his Take on America’s already bloated defense budget and why the administration may use China to justify asking for even more money. Then, he talks to an all-star panel about President Biden affirming he thinks Putin is a “killer” and the un-diplomatic start of Secretary of State Blinken’s talks with his Chinese counterpart. Will Washington’s difficult relations with Moscow and Beijing get even more so? Then, a global COVID mystery: why has the developing world suffered relatively so few deaths compared to the developed world? And Fareed explains why the filibuster hasn’t been used to further democracy but instead to promote policies that discriminate...and why it has to be scrapped! GUESTS: Zanny Minton Beddoes, James Stavridis, Richard Haass, Siddhartha Mukherjee To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 21 Mar 2021
- 417 - March 14, 2021 | On GPS: Biden's $1.9 trillion relief package; the Quad's first leaders' summit; the biotech revolution
Airdate March 14, 2021: Biden's $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan was signed into law Friday. So, will the plan deliver on its promises? Paul Krugman and Larry Summers debate the bill's size and its long-term consequences. Then, what you need to know about the Quad after Biden’s meeting with leaders from India, Australia and Japan on Friday. The bloc of four nations seeks to counter China's growing influence while promoting a "free and open Indo-Pacific." Former State Department official Susan Thornton tells Fareed how the group could reshape geopolitics in the East. And the biotech revolution brought about innovative solutions to the Covid-19 crisis. How will it change the world next? Walter Isaacson tells Fareed. GUESTS: Larry Summers, Paul Krugman, Susan Thornton, Walter Isaacson To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 14 Mar 2021
- 416 - March 7, 2021 | On GPS: The race to global leadership in AI; Europe's bungled vaccine rollout; The bioethics of a COVID-19 vaccine passport; The Pope's historic visit to Iraq; India's democratic decline;
Former Google chief Eric Schmidt makes the case for the U.S. to massively invest in artificial intelligence technology in order to keep up with China's fast advancements. As Italy blocks a shipment of vaccine from going to Australia, Zanny Milton Beddoes discusses the problems with the European Union's slow vaccine rollout and how it is affecting politics in the UK. Fareed asks renowned medical ethicist Arthur Caplan about the pros and cons of a COVID-19 vaccine passport. Then, Ben Wedeman reports on Pope Francis's historic visit to Iraq and what it means for the Arab Christian community. Finally, a look at India's democratic decline amid the rise of Hindu nationalism in the country. GUESTS: Eric Schmidt, Zanny Minton Beddoes, Arthur Caplan, Ben Wedeman Airdate: March 7, 2021 To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 07 Mar 2021
- 415 - February 28, 2021 | On GPS: The future of U.S.-Saudi relations after the Khashoggi report; a look at Biden's Middle East Strategy; Bill Gates on solutions for saving the planet and a post-pandemic world; cryptocurrency goes mainstream
Airdate February 28, 2021: After a U.S. intelligence report stated that Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved the killing of journalist and U.S. resident Jamal Khashoggi, what, if any, will be the consequences for the de facto ruler of Saudia Arabia? And how is Biden’s broader Middle East strategy shaping up? Fareed talks to a panel of experts. Then, Bill Gates discusses his new book about how to avoid a climate disaster, his lessons from COVID-19, and the U.S. economy. Finally, a look at how major global governments are taking digital currency into the mainstream. GUESTS: Meghan O'Sullivan, Tarek Masoud, Nicholas Kristof, Bill Gates To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 28 Feb 2021
- 414 - February 21, 2021 | On GPS: Pres. Biden's America-is-back agenda
Airdate February 21, 2021: President Biden says, "America is back." But is it? Fareed speaks to an all-star panel about Biden foreign policy. Then, a Texas-sized catastrophe caused by winter weather. Is the world prepared for the ever more severe weather being churned up by climate change? Texas-based climate scientist Katherine Hayhoe tells Fareed. Finally, one nation's surprising Covid-19 success story. How one poor but happy nation has managed to so far only suffer one Covid-19 death. GUESTS: Zanny Minton Beddoes, Richard Haass, Peter Beinart, Katherine Hayhoe, Annie Lowrey To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 21 Feb 2021
- 413 - February 14, 2021 | On GPS: 2nd Trump impeachment trial ends in acquittal; the world after the covid-19 pandemic; America's cyber vulnerabilities
Airdate February 14, 2021: Trump's second impeachment trial culminated in another acquittal. The former President's critics say it is further evidence that America's democracy is broken. So, what can be done to put it back together and make it stronger? David Frum and Anne Applebaum discuss with Fareed. Then, how far we've come and how far have we yet to go in the Covid-19 pandemic. Former CDC Director Tom Frieden tells Fareed how to thwart a fourth wave and what the new normal will look like. Finally, from the massive hack attack against US government and corporate computers that was revealed in December to this week’s revelation of a near-miss in Florida when somebody tried to raise the chemical level in a town’s water supply to poisonous levels, what is going on? New York Times cybersecurity reporter Nicole Perlroth tells Fareed why America is so vulnerable. GUESTS: David Frum, Anne Applebaum, Tom Frieden, Nicole Perlroth To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 14 Feb 2021
- 412 - February 7, 2021 | On GPS: American adversaries react to President Joe Biden
Airdate February 7, 2021: First, Iran. Can the nuclear deal be salvaged? Is Iran willing to re-negotiate? Fareed talks to Iran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif. Then, Fareed speaks to Chinese Ambassador Cui Tiankai about great power competition, China's treatment of Uyghurs in Xinjiang, the origins of Covid-19, and China's increasing assertiveness towards its neighbors. GUESTS:Javad Zarif, Cui Tiankai To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 07 Feb 2021
- 411 - January 31, 2021 | On GPS: Vaccine nationalism; the movement arising around Alexey Navalny; exclusive one-on-one with John Kerry
Airdate January 31, 2021: Fareed gives his take on the dangers of vaccine nationalism and what it could mean for world's recovery from Covid-19. Then, for the second weekend in a row Russians heeded the rallying cry of Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny. Demonstrations against Putin were planned in over 120 cities across the country. Will Russia's government continue its harsh response to the protests? And, how will this change U.S.-Russia relations? Julia Ioffe and Alexander Gabuev join Fareed to discuss. Then, in an exclusive, one-on-one interview, Biden's climate envoy, John Kerry tells Fareed about the administration's ambitious plan to curb the climate crisis. GUESTS: Alexander Gabuev, Julia Ioffe, John Kerry To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 31 Jan 2021
- 410 - January 24, 2021 | On GPS: President Biden's arrival in office - how is the world reacting?
Airdate January 24, 2021: President Biden swiftly took action to move away from many of the policies of the last 4 years. What is the reaction from U.S. allies and competitors? Fareed gets perspectives from the UK, China, Germany and Mexico. Then, as Covid cases worldwide approach 100-million, new variants have cropped up, and vaccine rollouts are underway. Is herd immunity on the horizon? CNN's chief medical correspondent Sanjay Gupta answers pressing questions about COVID-19 and tells Fareed about his latest book "Keep Sharp: Build a Better Brain at Any Age." GUESTS: David Miliband, Keyu Jin, Wolfgang Ischinger, Jorge Castañeda, Sanjay Gupta To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 24 Jan 2021
- 409 - January 17, 2021 | On GPS: Countering domestic terrorism in America; Trump's 2nd impeachment; the threat of far-right extremism
Airdate January 17, 2021: Washington is on high alert and under heavy guard after last week's attack on the capitol. And now the House has impeached Pres. Trump for a second time, will the Senate convict? Former Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson and Fareed discuss safety, security and moving America forward. Then, with a flurry of last-minute diplomacy moves in China, Cuba, Yemen and Iran, Sec. Pompeo has seen to it that Biden’s transition in will not be easy. Susan Glasser tells what to make of it all. Finally, how can America’s robust democracy be restored? One of the world’s foremost experts on authoritarianism explains what individual Americans can do. GUESTS: Jeh Johnson, Cynthia Miller-Idriss, Susan Glasser, Tim Snyder To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 17 Jan 2021
- 408 - January 10, 2021 | On GPS: Attack on the U.S. Capitol - Former Secretary of State Colin Powell on the way forward
Airdate January 10, 2021: Insurrection in America as a pro-Trump mob storms the U.S. Capitol. How does the U.S. move forward from here? Is impeachment the answer? How will this change the world's view of America? Former Secretary of State Colin Powell and Fareed discuss. Then, Anne Applebaum and Ezra Klein discuss how the lure of authoritarianism and America's polarization played into the attack. And, is this violent response to the election really unprecedented? Pre-eminent historian Eric Foner and Fareed discuss this moment's roots in American history. GUESTS: Colin Powell, Anne Applebaum, Ezra Klein, Eric Foner To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 10 Jan 2021
- 407 - January 3, 2021 | On GPS: Exclusive interview with President-elect Biden's incoming National Security Adviser, Jake Sullivan
Airdate January 3, 2021: Fareed talks to incoming National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan about the global challenges the Biden administration will face. Are the U.S. and China entering a cold war? Can the President-elect revive the Iran nuclear deal? What will his policies toward Russia and the Middle East be? And what kind of cooperation is team Biden getting from team Trump? Get to know the man who will soon have one of the key jobs in the White House. GUESTS: Jake Sullivan To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 03 Jan 2021
- 406 - December 20, 2020 | On GPS: Russia's alleged cyber hack on U.S. government – how bad was it for American national security?
Airdate December 20, 2020: David Sanger describes the recent hack on U.S. government agencies as the biggest national intelligence failure since Pearl Harbor. All fingers point to Russia as the perpetrator. Just how severe is this intrusion? Fareed and Sanger discuss. And, what should the U.S. response be? Former National Security Advisor Tom Donilon tells Fareed. Then, vaccines have been approved and administered throughout the U.K. and the U.S. Is there light at the end of the COVID-19 darkness? Fareed asks global health expert Devi Sridhar. GUESTS: David Sanger, Tom Donilon, Devi Sridhar, Noah Feldman To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 20 Dec 2020
- 405 - December 13, 2020 | On GPS: The great American vaccination campaign begins; Brexit on the brink again; chef & humanitarian Jose Andres on feeding America
Airdate December 13, 2020: The light at the end of the Covid tunnel - the first vaccines were administered in the U.K., and in the U.S. they're making their way around the country. Founder and Chairman of Moderna, Noubar Afeyan, talks to Fareed about his revolutionary vaccines and how they got from concept to ready-for-authorization so quickly. And, Britain has 18 days to reach a Brexit agreement. Can the U.K. and the E.U. find common ground? Fareed asks British journalist Zanny Minton Beddoes and Christine Ockrent, a journalist based in France. Then, Covid spurred another public health crisis in the U.S. and around the world: food insecurity. Fareed speaks to chef and humanitarian José Andrés about his idea to make sure no American goes hungry. GUESTS: Noubar Afeyan, Zanny Minton Beddoes, Christine Ockrent, José Andrés To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 13 Dec 2020
- 404 - December 6, 2020 | On GPS: Behind the assassination of a top nuclear scientist in Iran; stopping the spread of Covid-19 by Christmas; the corrosive power of political lies & conspiracy theories
Airdate December 6, 2020: Iran’s Supreme Leader, its President and other senior officials have vowed to avenge the assassination of the country’s chief nuclear scientist. A top U.S. official says Israel is behind it. Fareed, Dina Esfandiary, Ronen Bergman and Martin Indyk talk about vast implications of the killing. Then, the U.S. is seeing a sharp rise in deaths and hospitalizations from Covid. Michael Mina tells Fareed his plan for how America can reverse course. And, the destructive power of political lies. As President Trump and his allies keep offering untruths in claiming the election was stolen, a look a political lie from last century that helped propel Hitler into power. What can we learn from history? Margaret MacMillan and Fareed discuss. GUESTS: Dina Esfandiary, Ronen Bergman, Martin Indyk, Michael Mina, Margaret MacMillan To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 06 Dec 2020
- 403 - November 29, 2020 | On GPS: Three of the world’s most eminent historians on Trump’s legacy & Biden’s chances of healing a divided nation Biden on foreign policy
Airdate November 29, 2020: 26 days after the election, Pres. Trump still has not conceded and many senior Republicans have yet to acknowledge the result. How will history look upon this? An all-star panel of historians join Fareed to discuss Donald Trump’s legacy in office and what history tells us about the future of America’s Republican and Democratic parties – Doris Kearns Goodwin, Jon Meacham and Niall Ferguson GUESTS: Doris Kearns Goodwin, Jon Meacham, Niall Ferguson, Jennifer Doudna To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 29 Nov 2020
- 402 - November 22, 2020 | On GPS: Bill Gates on the Covid-19 vaccine & how brutal the pandemic will be on the U.S. this winter; how Trump is trying to box in Biden on foreign policy
Airdate November 15, 2020: Countries in the north are seeing surges as the winter sets in. How bad will it get? How do the vaccines change the calculus? Fareed talks to Bill Gates about the state of the pandemic. Then, America's role on the world stage—what has it become under the Trump administration? And, how will the next presidency re-shape it? Former US Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power and Richard Haass of the Council on Foreign Relations talk to Fareed. GUESTS: Bill Gates, Samantha Power, Richard Haass To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 22 Nov 2020
- 401 - November 15, 2020 | On GPS: As Trump delegitimizes the U.S. election, how do former key players in Republican administrations react?
Airdate November 15, 2020: This week, H.R. McMaster, John Bolton, Michael Chertoff and Peggy Noonan. All held important roles in Republican administrations - under Reagan, Bush, and Trump. What do they make of Trump’s unwillingness to concede? How are America’s friends and foes viewing it? Does Trump have a worthy case in any court? And what will this do to an America that is already deeply divided? GUESTS: H.R. McMaster, John Bolton, Michael Chertoff, Peggy Noonan To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 15 Nov 2020
- 400 - November 8, 2020 | On GPS: Joe Biden is elected the 46th President of the United States
Airdate November 8, 2020: Leaders around the world took to Twitter to congratulate President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. Where will America stand on the world stage with its new leaders at the helm? Ex-Prime Minister Kevin Rudd of Australia, former Deputy Prime Minister Tzipi Livni of Israel, and former Foreign Secretary of the United Kingdom David Miliband join Fareed to discuss. Then, Biden's win makes abundantly clear the deep divide America still has to confront. Why is the nation so polarized? And what might bring it back together? Fareed speaks to Ezra Klein and David French. GUESTS: Kevin Rudd, Tzipi Livni, David Miliband, Ezra Klein, David French To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 08 Nov 2020
- 399 - November 1, 2020 | How to Lead: A Fareed Zakaria GPS Special
Airdate November 1, 2020: Fareed Zakaria hosts a special edition of Fareed Zakaria GPS that explores what qualities and experiences make the best leaders. Interviews include leaders in government, business, the U.S. Military, and a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian. GUESTS: Bill Gates, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Rep. John Lewis, Gen. Stanley McChrystal To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 01 Nov 2020
- 398 - October 25, 2020 | On GPS: The presidential election - 9 days out, over 50 million votes cast, who will be in the oval office come January?
Airdate October 25, 2020: 9 days away from the presidential election, who will sway this election? What will the outcome be and what impacts will it have around the world? Time Magazine's Charlotte Alter, former U.K. finance minister George Osborne, and Eurasia Group's Ian Bremmer join Fareed to discuss. Biden holds a strong lead in the polls, but who will pave his path to victory? Nate Cohn from the New York Times' is back with the latest. And, just how much foreign interference is there and who's responsible for defending the U.S. against it? That and more on voter suppression with ProPublica's Jessica Huseman. GUESTS: Charlotte Alter, Ian Bremmer, George Osborne, Nate Cohn, Jessica Huseman To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 25 Oct 2020
- 397 - October 18, 2020 | On GPS: What would foreign policy look like under another term of Trump vs. under a President Biden?
Airdate October 18, 2020: 16 days to the election. Trump and Biden are worlds apart when it comes to foreign policy. Fareed digs into the differences with Biden foreign policy adviser, Tony Blinken, and former Trump Deputy National Security Adviser, KT McFarland. Then, former U.S. Treasury Secretary Larry Summers tells Fareed that the true cost of the pandemic for America may be as high as $16 TRILLION. And, after 30 hours of hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, what did we learn? Emily Bazelon and Noah Feldman are back with Fareed to discuss. GUESTS: Tony Blinken, KT McFarland, Larry Summers, Emily Bazelon, Noah Feldman To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 18 Oct 2020
- 396 - October 11, 2020 | On GPS: Al Gore on the 2020 race & whether the world can escape climate change catastrophe; the global rise of far-right extremism
Airdate October 11, 2020: Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore tells Fareed what he worries about regarding the November election and whether we can escape climate change catastrophe. Then, much of the U.S. and Europe have seen spikes in Covid-19 cases. What can the West learn from the East about managing the pandemic? Epidemiologist Michael Osterholm tells Fareed. And what does the plot to kidnap Michigan's governor tell us about the rise of the far-right in the U.S. and around the world? Cynthia Miller-Idriss and Fareed discuss. GUESTS: Al Gore, Michael Osterholm, Cynthia Miller-Idriss To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 11 Oct 2020
- 395 - October 4, 2020 | On GPS: Covid-19 sends President Trump to the hospital
Airdate October 4, 2020: President Trump, the first lady, and staffers all contracted Covid-19. How ill is he and what will the coming days bring? Fareed asks Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, former adviser to the Obama White House on health policy and the present advisor to the Biden campaign. And, what can we learn from past U.S. presidents who have fallen ill? CNN presidential historian Tim Naftali tells Fareed. Then, the U.S., Brazil, and the U.K. all rank in the top five nations with the highest Covid-19 death counts AND now all three have also seen their leaders infected. A panel of top reporters dive into what we can learn from responses abroad. Finally, what does Trump's illness mean for the upcoming election and his race against Biden? Nate Cohn of the New York Times tells Fareed what he's seeing in the polls. GUESTS: Ezekiel Emanuel, Timothy Naftali, Anne McElvoy, Shasta Darlington, Anton Troianovski, Nate Cohn To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacySun, 04 Oct 2020
- 394 - September 27, 2020 | On GPS: America's potential post-election mess; Trump's Supreme Court Nominee; Javad Zarif on the future of Iran's nuclear deal
Airdate September 27, 2020: Will the American people choose their next president? Or will the courts? Fareed gives his Take on how the upcoming U.S. election could pan out. And, who is Amy Coney Barrett? Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court would put the Supreme Court on a much more conservative course. What will that mean for the Court and its rulings on America's most contested issues--abortion rights, gun laws, reproductive rights? Legal experts Noah Feldman and Emily Bazelon explain. Then, Foreign Minister Javad Zarif tells Fareed about the pressure Iran feels under U.S. sanctions. What's the future of U.S.-Iran relations? Is the nuclear deal still on the table? Zarif speaks to these questions and more. GUESTS: Noah Feldman, Emily Bazelon, Javad Zarif See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.Sun, 27 Sep 2020
- 393 - September 20, 2020 | On GPS: Bob Woodward on Justice Ginsburg's years on the Supreme Court & Trump's foreign policy; a new kind of peace in the Middle East; the coming climate catastrophe
Airdate September 20, 2020: Bob Woodward joins Fareed to discuss the political battle ensuing over the Supreme Court vacancy left in the wake of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death earlier this week. And, Woodward in his latest book, "Rage", based on 17 on-the-record-interviews with President Trump, explores the president's alignment with leaders like Xi, Kim, Erdogan, and Putin. Why has Trump favored these strongmen above America's long-standing allies? Fareed and Woodward discuss. Then, with new Arab nations normalizing relations with Israel, will a new kind of peace come to the Middle East? Mina Al-Oraibi, editor-in-chief of the National newspaper based in the UAE, answers these questions and more. Finally, ProPublica senior environmental reporter Abrahm Lustgarten paints a picture of an America where the walls are closing in, thanks to climate change. He brings us a frightening look at our future. 9/20/2020GUESTS: Bob Woodward, Mina Al-Oraibi, Abrahm LustgartenTV-PG See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.Sun, 20 Sep 2020
- 392 - September 13, 2020 | On GPS: Emerging from the era of lockdowns; is there a new kind of peace brewing in the Middle East?; Taiwan's triumph over Covid-19; how to lead & how to succeed.
Air-date September 13, 2020: After 6 months of lock-downs, schools, office buildings, bars and restaurants around the world are reopening. Is this the end of the pandemic? Or is it just the beginning? Also, Pres. Trump brokered Bahrain's new agreement with Israel. What do the UAE and Bahrain’s peace deals mean for the region? Anne-Marie Slaughter, Zanny Minton Beddoes and Ian Bremmer join Fareed to discuss. Then, Taiwan has so far survived Covid-19 nearly unscathed with just 7 deaths and around 500 cases. What can we learn from the island of 25 million? Chen Chien-jen, Taiwan's former Vice President and an epidemiologist, tells Fareed the story behind the stats. Finally, what makes a leader? What's the secret to their success? David Rubenstein shares his insights with Fareed. GUESTS: Anne-Marie Slaughter, Zanny Minton Beddoes, Ian Bremmer, Chen Chien-jen, David Rubenstein See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.Sun, 13 Sep 2020
- 391 - August 31st, 2020 | On GPS: How does the world see the United States just two months before the Presidential election? In this special hour of Fareed Zakaria GPS, “How They See Us: A Global View of Trump’s America,”
Fareed talks to world leaders and thinkers about the response to COVID-19, President Trump’s actions on the world stage, American political partisanship, protests over police shootings, and much more. Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, United Nations Human Rights Commissioner Michelle Bachelet, and other voices from around the globe tell Fareed how the world sees America at this critical juncture. Plus, Fareed offers his own thoughts; will the U.S. learn the lessons of the pandemic, or is the world witnessing America’s decline? See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.Mon, 31 Aug 2020
- 390 - August 23, 2020 | On GPS: Jared Kushner on stealth fighters, the UAE & Israel and Trump's 2020 campaign; how will Putin react to the unrest in Belarus & the suspected poisoning of Russia's opposition; how to get back to normal without a vaccine
Airdate August 23 2020: The U.S. is just over 10 weeks away from election day. President Trump's son-in-law and Senior Advisor Jared Kushner joins Fareed to discuss the 2020 election and Israel's formalized peace agreement with the UAE. Then, as unrest stirs on in Belarus, will Russia take advantage of the former Soviet nation? What happened to Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny? Nina Jankowiwcz answers these questions and more. And, life as we knew it could be closer than we think. Harvard Epidemiologist Michael Mina has an idea that could take us back to normalcy before a Covid vaccine. GUESTS: Jared Kushner, Nina Jankowicz, Michael MinaSun, 23 Aug 2020
- 389 - August 16, 2020 | On GPS: A new peace deal in the Middle East, lessons from Denmark’s successful school re-opening, Russia claims another Sputnik moment
Airdate August 16 2020: The UAE becomes the 3rd Arab nation to normalize relations with Israel, Lebanon teeters on the brink, Hong Kong’s crisis deepens, and protestors contest Belarus’ election results - Fareed talks to former top State Department officials Richard Haass and Anne-Marie Slaughter about all that and Joe Biden’s pick of Kamala Harris as his running mate. Then, as the U.S. struggles to get students back to class, what can it learn from Denmark - the first European country to re-open schools (way back on April 15th)? Danish Education Minister Pernille Rosenkrantz-Theil offers lessons. And Russia claims another Sputnik-like victory, but the world isn’t convinced. So, the question is: who WILL win the race for a Covid-19 vaccine? Fareed looks at the front-runners. GUESTS: Anne-Marie Slaughter, Richard Haass, Pernille Rosenkrantz-Theil, Bruce FeilerSun, 16 Aug 2020
- 388 - August 9, 2020 | On GPS: Bill Gates on Covid-19 - where did America go wrong? Also, vaccines & treatments; TikTok & big tech
Airdate August 9 2020: Per capita, the U.S. has about 15 times as many deaths per day from Covid-19 as the E.U., and 25 times that of Canada. Where did America go wrong? And what can be done to get the crisis under control? Billionaire businessman Bill Gates answers these questions and more. And, back to school amidst the pandemic - how do schools reopen safely? Former CDC director Tom Frieden explains. Also, the blast in Beirut deepened Lebanon's already dire situation. What will become of the Paris of the Middle East? Fareed explores. GUESTS: Bill Gates, Tom FriedenSun, 09 Aug 2020
- 387 - August 2, 2020 | On GPS: U.S.-China relations at an all-time low; America’s brush with authoritarianism; Covid-19 in the developing world
Airdate August 2 2020: U.S.-China relations have stooped to new lows. What will it take for relations to warm again? Also, what does the world make of America’s Covid-19 response? Fareed and an all-star panel discuss. Then, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Anne Applebaum tells Fareed about the “seductive lure of authoritarianism” and just how much the U.S. is straying from its democratic roots. Finally, how is the developing world fairing against the pandemic and how might it rebound back to the developed world? The International Rescue Committee’s David Miliband tells Fareed. GUESTS: Bob Zoellick, Anne-Marie Slaughter, Kishore Mahbubani, Anne Applebaum, David MilibandSun, 02 Aug 2020
- 386 - July 26, 2020 | On GPS: Federal agents vs protestors in Portland - is this an overreach for Trump?; U.S. says Russia, China & Iran all want to meddle in 2020 election
Airdate July 26 2020: Federal agents clash with protestors in Portland, Trump says he could deploy as many as 75,000 more such agents to cities across the country. Is this an abuse of power? Former Homeland Security Secretaries Jeh Johnson and Janet Napolitano explain. Then, America's top counterintelligence official says it's not just Russia eyeing the 2020 election, China and Iran are too. What's in it for them? Nina Jankowicz and Laura Rosenberger tell Fareed what to expect as the election approaches. And, which economies will emerge stronger from Covid-19? Morgan Stanley's Ruchir Sharma says one winner will emerge. Finally, Turkey's Hagia Sophia has been reconverted to a mosque. What prompted this move amid the pandemic? Cato Institute's Mustafa Akyol explains. GUESTS: Jeh Johnson, Janet Napolitano, Nina Jankowicz, Laura Rosenberger, Ruchir Sharma, Mustafa AkyolSun, 26 Jul 2020
- 385 - July 19, 2020 | On GPS: China's Ambassador on tensions with the U.S.; Tony Blinken on how Biden would conduct foreign policy; Iran's mysterious mishaps
Airdate July 19 2020: After a dizzying week in U.S.-China relations, as each hurtled sanctions and condemnations at the other, an exclusive interview with China's Ambassador to the U.S., Cui Tiankai. Fareed asks him about the tensions brewing over Hong Kong, the Uyghurs, the South China Sea and more. Then, Biden advisor and former Deputy Secretary of State Tony Blinken weighs in on the future of relations between the two superpowers. Also: Iran's unexplained incidents, fires and explosions--what's behind them? Or who? The RAND Corporation's Dalia Dassa Kaye helps get to the bottom of the mystery. Finally, what has this pandemic done to humanity? French philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy explores the effects of Covid-19 in the U.S. and around the world. GUESTS: Cui Tiankai, Tony Blinken, Dalia Dassa Kaye, Bernard-Henri LévySun, 19 Jul 2020
- 384 - July 12, 2020 | On GPS: America's stunningly flawed Covid-19 response – the problem and the solutions. Also, is the two-state solution dead? If so, what’s the alternative.
Airdate July 12 2020:Where did America’s response to Covid-19 go so wrong? Pre-eminent physician Ezekiel Emanuel diagnoses the problem…then Harvard scholar Danielle Allen offers some solutions. And, China's new draconian law threatens Hong Kong's fundamental freedoms. Protest leader Nathan Law tells Fareed what will become of his movement. Then, if Trump's Middle East peace plan put the final nail in the coffin of the two-state solution, what is the alternative? Peter Beinart tells Fareed about his controversial idea. GUESTS: Ezekiel Emanuel, Danielle Allen, Nathan Law, Peter BeinartSun, 12 Jul 2020
- 383 - July 5, 2020 | On GPS: America's racial reckoning - is change really coming this time? Also, which nations combated Covid best?
Airdate July 5 2020: Eminent historians Annette Gordon-Reed and Tim Naftali reflect on the aftermath of the killing of George Floyd. Will this moment bring about real change? Then, what do the countries that conquered Covid-19 successfully have in common? Did democracies outperform dictatorships? Political Scientist Francis Fukuyama explains. Finally, Rutger Bregman has an answer to the age-old question, is humanity inherently good or evil? GUESTS: Annette Gordon-Reed, Timothy Naftali, Francis Fukuyama, Rutger BregmanSun, 05 Jul 2020
- 382 - June 28, 2020 | On GPS: Former National Security Advisor Tom Donilon on John Bolton’s memoir; Secretary General Antonio Guterres on the UN at 75 years old.
Airdate June 28 2020: John Bolton's book reveals what he did, as Trump's national security advisor. But what should he have done? How should he have responded to Pres. Trump's actions? Obama National Security Advisor Tom Donilon tells Fareed what could have gone differently. Then, the UN celebrates it 75th anniversary. Is it still a force for global cooperation? Can it unite today's multipolar world? Secretary General Antonio Guterres answers these questions and more. And, Trump is trailing in the polls. Fareed talks to New York Times pollster Nate Cohn for the story behind the numbers. Finally, the U.S. once feared circumstances as dire as Italy's amid the Covid-19 crisis. America's new cases are now growing faster than Italy's did at its peak. What changed? Holly Jarman from the University of Michigan's School of Public Health explains. GUESTS: Thomas Donilon, António Guterres, Nate Cohn, Holly JarmanSun, 28 Jun 2020
- 381 - June 21, 2020 | On GPS: Bolton's Bombshells & revelations on Ukraine; Israel's upcoming annexation decision; Malcolm Gladwell on race & policing in America
Airdate June 21 2020: Fareed gives his Take on John Bolton's new tell all book on the inner workings of the Trump administration. In all the books revelations Fareed says one thing is made clear: "that the real problem with Donald Trump is not his ignorance or his policies, but his character." Bolton paints yet another picture of the Ukraine scandal. In a rare commentary on such issues former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko weighs in on U.S.-Ukraine relations. Then, to annex or not to annex? Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu is eyeing territories in the West Bank. Why now? Netanyahu's predecessor Ehud Olmert explains. And, a new series on GPS - best practices for beating Covid-19. New York Times China correspondent Vivian Wang tells Fareed what we can learn from Wuhan, and how the former epicenter for the pandemic transformed to be a potential model for how to beat it. Finally, Malcolm Gladwell on race and policing in America. GUESTS: Petro Poroshenko, Ehud Olmert, Malcolm Gladwell, Vivian WangSun, 21 Jun 2020
- 380 - June 14, 2020 | America's grim exceptionalism in policing; a Covid-success story from Europe
While Italy and Spain hover near 250,000 Covid cases, Greece has only had 3,000. What did it do right? Fareed talks to the Greek Prime Minister. Then, America’s grim exceptionalism - in policing. Rates of fatal shootings by American police are almost 70x those in the UK and more than 20x those in Germany. What makes American policing different? Also, is American policing systemically racist? Fareed explores the question with a professor whose work is studying such issues. Finally, the view from abroad: America's adversaries are celebrating its unrest. What will become of U.S. soft power? Guardian columnist Natalie Nougayrède and FutureMap founder Parag Khanna discuss. GUESTS: Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Rosa Brooks, Paul Hirschfield, Phillip Atiba Goff, Natalie Nougayrède, Parag Khanna.Sun, 14 Jun 2020
- 379 - June 7, 2020 | On GPS: George Floyd, Race and Policing in America
Airdate June 7 2020: As protests continue over the death of George Floyd, former Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson discusses America's race problem with Fareed. Ben Judah and Nesrine Malik explain why America's outrage at police brutality has reverberated around the world. Then, America's policing problem - why does police misconduct persist despite complaints? Can America effectively reform its law enforcement? The New York Times' Shaila Dewan explains. And, the coronavirus pandemic reveals racial inequity in the U.S. health care system. Harvard professor of public health David Williams describes how the African American community is suffering disproportionately during the Covid crisis. GUESTS: Jeh Johnson, Ben Judah, Nesrine Malik, Shaila Dewan, David WilliamsSun, 07 Jun 2020
- 378 - May 31, 2020 | On GPS: America's history of violence & racism; China's tightening grip on Hong Kong
Airdate May 31 2020: After the death of another black man at the hands of police, America erupted in protest. Renowned social activist Bryan Stevenson and Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones discuss America's history of violence and racism with Fareed. Then, Hong Kong's autonomy and its special status are threatened by China's latest power grab over the island. Chris Patten, Hong Kong's last British governor, and Martin Lee, the father of Hong Kong's democracy movement, weigh in on the future of the island territory. GUESTS: Bryan Stevenson, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Chris Patten, Martin LeeSun, 31 May 2020
- 377 - Fareed's take; Trump's controversial Jerusalem decision; For Arabs, is Iran more concerning than Israel? What in the world; U.N. Secretary-General on Jerusalem; Who will fill the vacuum left by America? U.N. Chief on what to do about North Korea
why Jerusalem matters; a debate in the global public square; former diplomat Dore Gold on Israel's diplomatic doctrine; the U.S. is a beacon of inequality in the world; how archaeologists measure inequality; Guterres: I was quite hopeful about Pres. Trump's efforts to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict; Guterres: I don't think China controls North KoreaSun, 10 Dec 2017
- 376 - Former National security adviser Flynn pleads guilty; Global lessons on fixing taxes; How is America's character changing
Former National security adviser Flynn pleads guilty; North Korea says new missile can hit anywhere in U.S.; Sec'y of state Tillerson: will he stay or will he go? ; Turmoil at the U.S. State Department; Trump expected to recognize Jerusalem; Tax agents in many countries at work; Global lessons on how to really fix taxes; The Trump effect in Iran; Feeling like an outsider in your own country; Has Trump given license to racists and anti-Semites; Ending DACA; How is America's character changing?Mon, 04 Dec 2017
- 375 - Encore episode: Voices from the Obama Years
Voices from the Obama Years: A Fareed Zakaria GPS Special, Obama Reflects on His Background and Race, Obama's Behind "Famous Calm"?, The Affordable Care Act, Rahm Emanuel Red-Hot Issues Obama Faced on Day One, "Consoler-in-Chief" & Gun Control.Sun, 26 Nov 2017
- 374 - Fareed's Take; Trump After Asia Trip: "America Is Back!"; Europe's Far-Right Resurgence; What In The World; America's New Gilded Age; Is Islamic Terrorism On The Run?; GPS Challenge
Crisis in Zimbabwe; Ferguson: Zimbabwe, Once One Of the Richest Countries In Sub-Saharan Africa, Was Pretty Much Ruined By Mugabe; Ferguson: The Obama Admin's Handling Of N. Korea Situation Was Disastrous; Ferguson: Obama Officials Said It Would Be 5 Years Before N. Korea Had An ICBM. It Was 5 Months; Last Saturday, Poland's Independence Day Events Were Disrupted By Groups Of Nationalists and Fascists Burning Flares and Chanting Xenophobic Slogans; Ferguson: "It Turns Out That Actually There;s Plenty Of Pretty Nasty Right-Wing Populism In Central Europe;Would Britons Vote For Brexit Again Today?; McElvoy: Brits Would Vote For Brexit Again Today, As They Would If You Had Called The Vote Almost Anytime Since the 1990's; McElvoy: 52% Of Brits Voted In Favor Of Brexit - That's Not Just The Fringe Of Society; McElvoy: The Question We Need To Ask Ourselves Is WHY Brexit Happened; In A Major Speech In Warsaw In July Trump Said, "The Fundamental Question Of Our Time Is Whether The West Had The Will To Survive.'; Sikorski: Trump Praised Poland For The Warsaw Uprising- The Biggest Disaster In Our History; Ferguson: If You Talk About Western Civilization, You're Not Necessarily A White Supremacist; Sikorski: Whatever Pain EU Member States Will Suffer From Brexit, Britain Will Suffer 3 to 5 Times More, Under A No-Deal Scenario; Ray Dalio's Hedge Fund, Bridgewater Associates, Is The Largest In The World, With About $150 Billion Under Management; Does Radical Transparency At Work Actually Work?; Dalio: Bridgewater's Culture Of Radical Transparency Fosters Independent Thinking And Smart Collective Decision -Making; Rushdie: A French Journalist Friend Told ME ISIS Members Make Good Terrorists But Bad Soldiers; Rushdie: The Cancer Within Islam Isn't I Remission, But It's Having A Bad Time Right Now, And That's Good For All Of Us; In 1989, Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini Issued A Fatwa Calling For The Death Of Salman Rushdie For His Allegedly Blasphemous Novel "The Satanic Verses"; Urban VS Rural: A Global Struggle; Salman Rushdie Is The Award-Winning Author Of 12 Novels, Which "Have Been Translated Into More Than 40 Languages. "The Golden house" Is His Latest; Rushdie: We've Moved from The Incredible Optimism of Obama's Election To Its Antithesis; A Novelist Inspired By Real-Life Politics; Rushdie: If I Had Presented The Trump Presidency To My Editors As A Piece Of Fiction, They Would Have Told Me To Go Away. It's Implausible; Rushdie: It's Very Difficult Sometimes For People To Judge The Truth From UntruthSun, 19 Nov 2017
- 373 - An exclusive interview with the Turkish Prime Minister on former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, Turkish cleric Fethullah Gulen and Turkey's state of emergency Has Trump's first trip to Asia strengthened or weakened America's position abroad?
On GPS, an exclusive interview with the Turkish Prime Minister on former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, Turkish cleric Fethullah Gulen and Turkey's state of emergency. Also, has Trump's first trip to Asia strengthened or weakened America's position abroad? Finally, just what IS the Crown Prince up to in Saudi Arabia? GUESTS: Elise Hu, Ian Bremmer, Richard Haass, Ali Shihabi, Binali YildirimSun, 12 Nov 2017
- 372 - Understanding terror today in the wake of the NYC attack, the latest on the Russia investigation, and Trump's first trip to Asia
On GPS, what is the state of terror today around the world? Then, the latest on the Russia investigation, indictments, and pleas. Finally, as President Trump makes his first trip to Asia, can he rally America's allies and persuade China to find a solution to the simmering North Korea crisis? GUESTS: Michael Hayden, PreetBharara, Kishore Mahbubani, Elise Hu, Kurt CampbellSun, 05 Nov 2017
- 371 - The crisis over Catalan secession...and Bill Browder explains why Putin put him on Interpol's wanted list... for murder.Sun, 29 Oct 2017
- 370 - Foreign policy in the Trump Era, Xi Jinping's ambitions for a brave new China, and Canada's war of words over NAFTA
On GPS, a live panel on North Korea nukes, de-certifying the Iran deal, the fall of Raqqa and 4 dead American servicemen in Niger. Then, as China's President Xi Jinping ends one term and begins another: what are his intentions for China on the world stage? Finally, Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland pushes for a Win-Win-Win renegotiation of NAFTA following a war of words with her American counterpart. GUESTS: David Sanger, Norman Roule, Anne-Marie Slaughter, Elizabeth Economy, Jiayang Fan, Chrystia FreelandSun, 22 Oct 2017
- 369 - Hillary Clinton gives her take on President Trump's erratic foreign policy, President Trump's quixotic quest to revive the coal industry, Putin's vendettas against the USA and Clinton herself
On GPS, Hillary Clinton gives her take on President Trump's erratic foreign policy in Iran and North Korea, Putin's vendettas against the USA and Clinton herself, and just what happened in the 2016 election. Then, President Trump's quixotic quest to revive the coal industry. GUESTS: Hillary ClintonSun, 15 Oct 2017
- 368 - What does America's 2nd Amendment REALLY say?
On GPS, a full hour on the Las Vegas massacre and how to stop America's gun madness. What can the United States learn from other countries like Japan and Australia? What does America's 2nd Amendment REALLY say and how has it been interpreted over time? And is gun control really the answer? One of Fareed's guests says "No". GUESTS: David Frum, Tom Friedman, Leah Libresco, Akhil Amar, Tim FischerSun, 08 Oct 2017
- 367 - The big foreign policy question of the day: how to calm down the North Korea nuclear crisis?, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on the task of turning around a 40 year-old, Deeply engrained company...and how his mother and his son influence how he thinks about
The big foreign policy question of the day: how to calm down the North Korea nuclear crisis?, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on the task of turning around a 40 year-old, Deeply engrained company...and how his mother and his son influence how he thinks about business GUESTS: Sue Mi Terry, Gideon Rose, Bernard-Henri Lévy, Satya Nadella.Sun, 01 Oct 2017
- 366 - Fareed gives his take on President Trump's fiery UNGA speech, Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif discusses the future of the Iran, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani tells Fareed about his somewhat unlikely friendliness with President Trump
Fareed gives his take on President Trump's fiery UNGA speech. Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif discusses the future of the Iran Nuclear Deal. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani tells Fareed about his somewhat unlikely friendliness with President Trump and offers his opinion on Trump's new plan for his region. GUESTS: Javad Zarif, Ashraf GhaniSun, 24 Sep 2017
- 365 - Fareed wonders what North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un would answer if he were asked the hard questions, in the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Harvey, Neil deGrasse Tyson and top climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe both join Fareed to discuss the effects
Fareed wonders what North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un would answer if he were asked the hard questions . And, in the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Harvey, America's best known scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson and top climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe both join Fareed to discuss the effects of climate change on our environment. GUESTS: Neil deGrasse Tyson, Katharine Hayhoe, Martin Wolf, Anne Applebaum, Fraser NelsonSun, 17 Sep 2017
- 364 - Voices from the Obama Years: A Fareed Zakaria GPS Special, Rahm Emanuel Red-Hot Issues Obama Faced on Day One, Obama Reflects on His Background and Race
Voices from the Obama Years: A Fareed Zakaria GPS Special, Obama Reflects on His Background and Race, Obama's Behind "Famous Calm"?, The Affordable Care Act, Rahm Emanuel Red-Hot Issues Obama Faced on Day One, "Consoler-in-Chief" & Gun Control,Sun, 03 Sep 2017
- 363 - Steve Bannon exits stage right as America tries to make sense of the events in Charlottesville, Fareed & a panel discuss whether some sort of civil war is in the offing in the United States today, CNN's national security analyst Peter Bergen on the use of
Steve Bannon exits stage right as America tries to make sense of the events in Charlottesville, Fareed & a panel discuss whether some sort of civil war is in the offing in the United States today, CNN's national security analyst Peter Bergen on the use of car and trucks as the terrorists' current weapon GUESTS: Angela Rye, Mark Lilla, Robin Wright, Roy Blount Jr., Peter Bergen, David CohenSun, 20 Aug 2017
- 362 - What is going to cool down the Korea crisis, Bill Maher on the first 200 days of Trump, Big trouble for Bibi?
What is going to cool down the Korea crisis - experts weigh in. And Bill Maher on the first 200 days of Trump. Also, big trouble for Bibi? A top Israeli investigative reporter fills in the facts of the investigation into Prime Minister Netanyahu. Guests: Bill Maher, Kevin Rudd, Victor Cha, llana DayanSun, 13 Aug 2017
- 361 - Former Vice President Al Gore joins Fareed to share his views, President Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris agreement, The broken politics that have become epidemic in Washington
On GPS, former Vice President Al Gore joins Fareed to share his views on just how dire the climate crisis really is, President Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris agreement, and the broken politics that have become epidemic in Washington. Also, an all-star panel weighs in on the Republican revolt in Congress, the crisis in Venezuela and Trump's new immigration plan. Al Gore, Julia Ioffe, Dan Senor, Gideon RoseSun, 06 Aug 2017
- 360 - Fareed's take on the White House chaos, China taking advantage of America receding from the world stage, How did Steve Bannon come to his dark world view?
Fareed's take on the White House chaos and how it's influencing America's standing in the world. More on that with an all-star panel that also weighs in on Trump's latest White House shake up and his ban of transgender troops. Then, how Steve Bannon came upon his dark, nationalistic world view. Finally, how China is taking advantage of how America is receding from the world stage. GUESTS: Robin Wright, Timothy Naftali, Julian Zelizer, David Frum, Gideon Rachman, Joshua GreenSun, 30 Jul 2017
- 346 - May 17, 2020 | On GPS: Rahm Emanuel on how to turn the Covid crisis into opportunity
Airdate May 17 2020: To reopen or not to reopen, that has been the question. But how do we reopen safely? How do we reopen and reform our economy? First up, former White House Chief of Staff and former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel on the policies and the politics. Then, doctor and author Atul Gawande on what we can learn from hospitals about lifting lockdowns. And, Beijing's battle with Washington - are China and the U.S. headed for a Cold War? Richard Haass tells Fareed what the Covid crisis has revealed about the new geopolitical order and our capacity to solve global problems with global solutions. Finally, the world's pandemic problem. Scientific journalist Sonia Shah tells Fareed why the world is seeing more outbreaks of disease. GUESTS: Rahm Emanuel, Atul Gawande, Richard Haass, Sonia ShahMon, 18 May 2020
- 345 - On GPS: Trump fights the WHO. Beijing fights the Trump administration.
Airdate May 24 2020: Trump threatened U.S. withdrawal from the WHO this week, alleging the organization is aligned with China. Is he right? What would the WHO look like without the U.S.? WHO Assistant Director-General Stewart Simonson talks to Fareed. Also, China tightened its grip on Hong Kong and threatened "counter-measures" against America. What's behind Beijing's bold behavior? And just how bad IS China's relationship with the U.S.? Tom Friedman and Zanny Minton Beddoes answer these questions and more. Also, former Director of the National Economic Council under President Trump tells Fareed what Americans can and should expect from the economy in the months to come. GUESTS: Stewart Simonson, Thomas Friedman, Zanny Minton Beddoes, Gary CohnSun, 24 May 2020
- 344 - February 23, 2020 | On GPS: Trump's new intel chief; the possibility for peace in Afghanistan; the political minds of millennials.
Airdate February 23 2020: Will the U.S. reach a peace deal with the Taliban? And, Trump's new intel chief, Richard Grenell, is already shaking up the establishment. What does his appointment mean for the intelligence community? Fareed answers these questions and more with an all-star panel. Then, the new politics of America's millennials. What will the country look like under their leadership? Reporter Charlotte Alter tells Fareed what she's learned researching her new book "The Ones We've Been Waiting For". GUESTS: Richard Haass, Ian Bremmer, Laurel Miller, Charlotte Alter, Thomas PhilipponMon, 24 Feb 2020
- 343 - The End of American Democracy?; Less Than 200 Days Until Midterm Elections; What's Next for Cuba?
Pulitzer Prize-winner Ronan Farrow tells Fareed about the sad state of US diplomacy. Then, has the Grand Old Party become the Party of Trump? And, what next for Cuba as 59 years of rule by the Castro brothers comes to an end? "Fareed Zakaria GPS" is CNN's flagship world affairs program. Every week on the show, you will see in-depth interviews with world leaders, newsmakers and analysts who break down the world's toughest problems, you will hear Fareed's "take" on vital subjects, and you will learn what you need to know about the world around you.Sun, 22 Apr 2018
- 342 - Former Defense Secretary Ash Carter, Madeleine Albright, and UN High Commissioner on Human Rights Zeid Raad Al-Hussein Join Fareed
Former Defense Secretary Ash Carter on the rising tensions in Syria and America's vulnerability to cyber warfare. Then, Madeleine Albright tells Fareed about the startling rebirth of fascism in Europe and America. Finally, is the world turning away from human rights? UN High Commissioner on Human Rights Zeid Raad Al-Hussein makes that case.Sun, 15 Apr 2018
- 341 - Trump gets tough on China with trade; John Bolton is entering an administration full of generals, while the U.S. is preparing to exit Syria
On GPS, Trump gets tough on China with trade. Then, the hawkish John Bolton is entering an administration full of generals, while the U.S. is preparing to exit Syria. What does it all mean? And, why the U.S. can learn much from the Dutch about criminal justice.Sun, 08 Apr 2018
- 340 - Kim Jong Un goes out and about in Beijing, Russia escalates its diplomatic spat with the West
Kim Jong Un goes out and about in Beijing, Russia escalates its diplomatic spat with the West, and could Trump's tariffs end up hurting what HE called "Maybe the greatest economy ever?" Also, the surprising success of India's mobile phone economy.Sun, 01 Apr 2018
- 339 - The Most Powerful Man in the WorldSun, 25 Mar 2018
- 338 - Rexit, Russia, and Rare Poisons
Rexit, Russia, and rare poisons. What to make of Tillerson's ouster, and what will it mean for the US and the world? Then, with ANOTHER Russian ex-spy poisoned in Britain and all fingers are pointing at Russia. How should the West respond? And, on election day in Russia, opposition candidate Ksenia Sobchak tells Fareed about challenging Putin for power.Sun, 18 Mar 2018
- 337 - Fareed Zakaria GPS 3/11/18
President Trump has agreed to meet Kim Jong Un face-to-face. Is this a chance at lasting peace? Or a recipe for disaster? Then, Gen. Martin Dempsey, Pres. Obama's top military advisor, on the military challenges facing the Trump administration.Sun, 11 Mar 2018
- 336 - Fareed Zakaria GPS March 4, 2018
"Fareed Zakaria GPS" is CNN's flagship world affairs program. Every week on the show, you will see in-depth interviews with world leaders, newsmakers and analysts who break down the world's toughest problems, you will hear Fareed's "take" on vital subjects, and you will learn what you need to know about the world around you. Airdate March 4, 2018: On GPS: Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice gives Fareed her take on the Trump administration's foreign policy, the 2nd Amendment debate, and what unites Americans. Also, with presidential term limits lifted in China, will Xi Jinping rule for life? Also, is Hollywood finally making progress on diversity?Sun, 04 Mar 2018
- 335 - On GPS: Guns. What can stop the slaughter? Why is the U.S. so different from the rest of the world and what does the 2nd Amendment have to do with it? Then, Moscow's reaction to Mueller's indictments of Russian nationals. Finally, is Donald Trump trying t
On GPS: Guns. What can stop the slaughter? Why is the U.S. so different from the rest of the world and what does the 2nd Amendment have to do with it? Then, Moscow's reaction to Mueller's indictments of Russian nationals. Finally, is Donald Trump trying to make American white again? One of Fareed's guests makes just that claim.Sun, 25 Feb 2018
- 334 - Bill Gates tells Fareed his thoughts on the Trump presidency, and about his life's second act: giving away the billions he made at Microsoft. Then, what to make of Pyongyang's Olympic charm offensive? A serious overture toward peace, or too good to be tru
Fareed's take on the Middle East Morrass; How Will The U.S. Respond to Russian Meddling?; Bill Gates on Remaining Optimistic in Today's World; Inside the Mind of Kim Jong Un; Prospects for Peace on the 38th Parallel?Sun, 18 Feb 2018
- 333 - Hope For Peace Along The 38th Parallel
On GPS, the Winter Olympics bring a thaw in Korean relations. Then, Ksenia Sobchak - the woman trying to unseat Vladimir Putin. And, is this week's market volatility the new normal? Ruchir Sharma explains. Also, Qatar's Foreign Minister offers his country's response to the on-going Gulf crisis. Finally, some good news for nature.Sun, 11 Feb 2018
- 332 - Trump: Nunes Memo "Totally Vindicates" Me; Fallout From The Nunes Memo; One on One with King of Jordan
Trump: Nunes Memo "Totally Vindicates" Me; Fallout From The Nunes Memo. The White House vs The FBI & DOJ; The Mueller Investigation: What's Next?; The President's Attacks on The FBI & DOJ; One on One with King of Jordan; Iran Deal in Jeopardy?;Sun, 04 Feb 2018
- 331 - Donald Trump Makes His Davos Debut; Worries Over The Rise Of New Technologies; 1 on 1 With Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu;Sun, 28 Jan 2018
- 330 - Exclusive interview with Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu, The Iran nuclear deal and corruption allegations against Netanyahu himself, Donald Trump in Davos
An exclusive interview with Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu - Fareed asks him about Trump's Jerusalem decision, the Iran nuclear deal and corruption allegations against Netanyahu himself. Also, Donald Trump in Davos: why he went, what he said, did he learn anything there? Fareed will offer HIS take and talk to a terrific panel about it.Sun, 28 Jan 2018
- 329 - U.S. GOVERNMENT IS SHUT DOWN AS PARTIES POINT FINGERS; IMMIGRATION: AMERICA'S MOST DIVISIVE ISSUE?; WILL THE BALANCE OF POWER IN D.C. SHIFT IN 2018?; NUKE KNOWLEDGE: WHAT ARE N. KOREA'S CAPABILITIES?
On GPS, the most divisive issue in America? Immigration. It brought the U.S. government to its knees. What's behind the passion on both sides? Is there a compromise? Also, in the wake of the false alert in Hawaii, what you need to know about North Korea's nuclear capabilities...and America's ability to defend against a nuclear attack. GUESTS: Margaret Hoover, David Frum, Niall Ferguson, Nate Cohn, Harry Enten, Alex WellersteinSun, 21 Jan 2018
- 328 - Bannon vs Trump; Trump's Slur; Trump cancels U.K. Trip; US refugee policy; US vs North Korea; Protests in Iran; Green economy; 2017 in review
Trump seems to have abandoned populism; Trump casts a slur on 1/4 of the World's nations Trump cancels UK trip and blames Obama for Bush decision; Bringing refugees into the US; Trump's relationship with Kim Jong Un and North Korea; Trump's reputation and credibility; What's really going on with protests in Iran Are we bringing back part of the war on drugs; Majijuana taxes make big money for state government; Despite what many think, 2017 was the best year ever according to Nicholas Kristof;Sun, 14 Jan 2018
- 327 - Will protests in Iran lead to revolution or repression? Also, the Koreas come together, the U.S. and Pakistan drift apart, and Israel puts a two-state solution further out of reach. Then, is global warming behind the arctic chill in the U.S.? And, viewers
Will protests in Iran lead to revolution or repression? Also, the Koreas come together, the U.S. and Pakistan drift apart, and Israel puts a two-state solution further out of reach. Then, is global warming behind the arctic chill in the U.S.? And, viewers look into their crystal balls for 2018. GUESTS: Thomas Erdbrink, Karim Sadjadpour, Jane Harman, Dan Senor ,Richard Haass.Mon, 08 Jan 2018
- 326 - GOP tax plan watershed in US history?; Putin meets the press; Iraq's new "mission accomplished" moment?; The future of women in the workforce; Has populism peaked?; A Trump boom or a Trump bubble?; Fareed's Christmas gifts recommendations
GOP tax plan could usher in a bleak future for America Vladimir Putin usually bases the U.S. in his yearly press conference, his time he praised the President Isis may have been defeated militarily in Iraq, but not yet politically or ideologically; Trends suggest we'll see more refugees in 2018 & more people displaced long-term; Did Putin "win" the Syria struggle? and his play for prominence around the world Female participation in the American workforce has flagged, why are fewer women in the U.S. working?; U.S. needs more women in math and science fields Roy Moore, populism & Donald Trump are we seeing a peak in populism Are we seeing a boom or bubble under Trump, strongest stock market on record amid weakest economic recovery on record Fareed's recommendations for Christmas giftsSun, 17 Dec 2017
- 323 - May 10, 2020 | The Post Covid-19 World - A Fareed Zakaria GPS Special with Tony Blair, Larry Summers, Eric Schmidt, Arianna Huffington, James Fallows and more!
Airdate May 10 2020: What will the lasting impact of the Covid crisis be on our politics and our economys? How will it affect the way we travel, the way we learn, the way we live? What's the future of tech, transportation and politics? In this GPS Special, Fareed delves deeply into these questions and more. Tony Blair, Larry Summers, Eric Schmidt, Janette Sadik-Khan, James Fallows, Michael Crow & Arianna Huffington tell Fareed what they see coming in a post Covid-19 world. GUESTS: Tony Blair, Larry Summers, Eric Schmidt, Janette Sadik-Khan, James Fallows, Michael Crow, Arianna HuffingtonSun, 10 May 2020 - 51min
- 322 - May 3, 2020 | On GPS: Trump advisor Peter Navarro on the Covid-19 crisis; the curious case of Sweden & Covid-19
Airdate May 3 2020: Fareed interviews Trump economic and trade adviser Peter Navarro on the blame game between China & the US over the spread of Covid-19. Then, the curious case of Sweden - the Scandinavian country has barely locked down but it's death rates are lower than you might imagine. Why? Sweden's Chief Epidemiologist Anders Tegnell tells Fareed. Also, the rise of anti-Asian racism in the wake of Covid-19. GUESTS: Peter Navarro, Anders Tegnell, Jiayang Fan, Erica LeeSun, 03 May 2020 - 38min
- 321 - April 26, 2020 | On GPS: Bill Gates on overcoming the coronavirus crisis
Airdate April 26 2020: Bill Gates tells Fareed what we know now about the coronavirus, when we should expect a vaccine, and when the U.S. will be ready to reopen its economy. Then, where did this novel coronavirus come from? How did it make the leap to humans? Peter Daszak, one of the world's foremost virus hunters, tells Fareed the latest science. GUESTS: Bill Gates, Peter DaszakSun, 26 Apr 2020 - 38min
- 320 - April 19, 2020 | On GPS: The U.S.-China blame game; what we can learn from Austria as it starts to reopen; Madeleine Albright on leading in crises
Airdate April 19 2020: Is Donald Trump right to point the finger at China for the spread of Covid-19? Is Xi right to point back? Former diplomat Kishore Mahbubani and former Trump deputy National Security Adviser Nadia Schadlow debate China's role, its rise in the geopolitical order, and the need for global collaboration. Then, Austria is among the first nations reopening its economy. Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz tells Fareed in an exclusive interview what the world can learn from Vienna. Then, many countries hailed for handling the crisis well share a common element: they are led by women. What explains this trend? Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright explains what makes a great leader in these trying times. GUESTS: Kishore Mahbubani, Nadia Schadlow, Sebastian Kurz, Madeleine AlbrightSun, 19 Apr 2020 - 38min
- 319 - April 12, 2020 | On GPS: When to reopen the economy? The experts weigh in. Also, a WHO official and former UK PM Gordon Brown.
Airdate April 12 2020: When will it be safe to re-open the economy? Fareed speaks to health experts and a Nobel Prize-winning economist. And, Pres. Trump's criticism's of the WHO, and his threat to defund it--are his attacks well-founded? WHO Spokesperson Margaret Harris responds. Meanwhile, former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown tells Fareed about the global cooperation necessary to stem the crisis. GUESTS: Jennifer Nuzzo, Paul Romer, Mark McClellan, Dr. Margaret Harris, Gordon BrownSun, 12 Apr 2020 - 38min
- 318 - April 5, 2020 | On GPS: Covid-19 spurs economic crisis, gives way to a power grab in Hungary & forces globe's largest democracy into lockdown
Airdate April 5 2020: Covid-19 grips the global economy, will this lead to the next great recession? Or worse, a depression? Paul Krugman, Zanny Minton Beddoes and Ian Bremmer tell Fareed what to expect economically in coming months. Then, in Hungary Prime Minister Viktor Orban now rules by decree. Michael Ignatieff and Valerie Hopkins tell Fareed how the pandemic played a role in what may be the end of democracy in that country. And, the largest lockdown in history: how is India handling it? Barkha Dutt explains. GUESTS: Paul Krugman, Zanny Minton Beddoes, Ian Bremmer, Michael Ignatieff, Valerie Hopkins, Barkha DuttSun, 05 Apr 2020 - 38min
- 317 - March 29, 2020 | On GPS: The coronavirus crisis-what can the U.S. learn from Singapore's flattened curve & when can America get back to work?
Airdate March 29 2020: In an exclusive interview, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong tells Fareed what the U.S. can learn from Singapore, the city-state that managed to flatten the curve. And, should the healthy and young in America get back to work? Will COVID create another Great Depression? A great debate on the best way to save lives and salvage the economy with Rana Foroohar, Dr. David Katz and Donald McNeil. GUESTS: Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, Rana Foroohar, Dr. David Katz, Donald McNeilSun, 29 Mar 2020 - 38min
- 316 - March 15, 2020 | On GPS: Tony Blair, Larry Summers, Tom Frieden and Matteo Renzi - tackling all the angles on the Coronavirus Pandemic
Airdate March 15 2020: How lethal could the coronavirus be? Is the pandemic pushing the US and/or the world into a recession? Are the world's leaders handling the outbreak appropriately? What can different countries learn from each other? Fmr. CDC Director Tom Frieden, Fmr. Treasury Secretary Larry Summers and Fmr. Prime Ministers Tony Blair of the UK and Matteo Renzi of Italy join Fareed to answer these questions and more. GUESTS: Tom Frieden, Larry Summers, Tony Blair, Matteo RenziSun, 15 Mar 2020 - 38min
- 315 - March 8, 2020 | On GPS: Hillary Clinton on the Trump presidency so far, the 2020 Democratic race & the state of women around the world
Airdate March 8 2020: Hillary Clinton talks to Fareed about the Trump presidency (so far), compares the candidacies of Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders, and offers her take on the peace agreement with the Taliban. And, on International Women's Day, Secretary Clinton speaks about the status of women - in the United States and around the world. GUESTS: Hillary ClintonSun, 08 Mar 2020 - 38min
- 314 - March 1, 2020 | On GPS: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on President Trump's deal with the Taliban for a U.S. pull-out
Airdate March 1 2020: On today's show: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani tells Fareed that the U.S. deal with the Taliban indicates a transition "from war to peace." Then, what is Afghanistan's future after American withdrawal? Will Afghanistan be the next Vietnam? Peter Bergen and Andrew Bacevich discuss with Fareed. Also, as the U.S. records its first death from coronavirus and the global death toll nears 3,000, what precautions can you take to protect against the virus? Fareed talks to CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Sylvia Burwell, who was Secretary of Health and Human Services during the Ebola outbreak of 2014. GUESTS: President Ashraf Ghani, Peter Bergen, Andrew Bacevich, Sylvia Burwell, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Rana AyyubSun, 01 Mar 2020 - 38min
- 312 - February 16, 2020 | On GPS: On GPS: Consequences of the coronavirus; Saudi Arabia vs Iran; why Trump's new travel ban is wrong to target Nigeria
Airdate February 16 2020: Where will the coronavirus go next? Is the world prepared to handle its spread? Fareed talks to an expert panel about what the outbreak means for China, for global health and the global economy. Then, the proxy war between Iran and Saudi Arabia-what are the roots of their dispute? How has that history shaped the culture in the region today? Kim Ghattas tells Fareed how the Middle East came apart. And, Fareed explains why the travel ban's recent expansion to include Nigeria (and other nations) is bad policy. GUESTS: Anna Fifield, Dr. Colleen Kraft, Rana Foroohar, Kim Ghattas, Joseph NyeSun, 16 Feb 2020 - 38min
- 311 - February 9, 2020 | On GPS: Bill Maher on wild week in American politics; the Palestinian perspective on Trump's Middle East Plan
Airdate February 9 2020: Bill Maher on the Iowa caucus, Trump's acquittal, the state of American politics and more. Plus, Palestine's chief negotiator, Saeb Erakat, tells Fareed the Palestinian perspective on Trump's Middle East plan. And, the world's youngest prime minister, Finland's Sanna Marin, on her female-dominated cabinet and how the rest of the world can achieve gender equality.Sun, 09 Feb 2020 - 38min
- 310 - February 2, 2020 | On GPS: Jared Kushner talks Trump's Middle East peace plan and impeachment
Air-date February 2 2020: Jared Kushner, Senior Advisor and son-in-law to Donald Trump on the administration's Middle East peace plan-will it win Palestinian support? Can it? And, the path to re-election in the wake of the impeachment proceedings-is Trump's vision for the future of America enough to earn him a second term? Also, Ezra Klein on why America is so polarized. GUESTS: Jared Kushner, Ezra KleinSun, 02 Feb 2020 - 38min
- 309 - January 26, 2020 | On GPS: Trump on trial-the view from abroad; containing the coronavirus; previewing Trump's Middle East peace plan
Airdate January 26 2020: How does the world look at America's impeachment spectacle? Will China stop the spread of the deadly coronavirus? Will Trump's long-awaited plan actually bring peace to the Middle East? Fareed speaks to an all-star panel to answer these pressing questions. Then, from the World Economic Forum in Davos, exclusive interviews with two leaders who face turmoil in their homelands. Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam tells Fareed about the protests that have been rocking her island territory of China & Iraqi Pres. Barham Salih talks about his nation's intent to eject American troops from Iraqi soil (and his conversation with President Trump about that intention). GUESTS: Zanny Minton Beddoes, Martin Indyk, Kishore Mahbubani, Pres. Barham Salih, Chief Executive Carrie LamSun, 26 Jan 2020 - 38min
- 308 - January 19, 2020 | On GPS: Putin's plan to stay in power; what's the new normal between Iran and America after an almost war?
Air date January 19 2020: Russia's government resigned making room for reforms that could let Putin rule forever. What changes should we expect to see in Russia? Fareed talks Kremlinology with Anne Applebaum and Alexander Gabuev. Then, Iran's Supreme Leader delivered an anti-American screed in a rare appearance at Tehran's Friday prayers. What's next in the tit-for-tat between the U.S. and Iran? Fareed asks the experts. And as Down Under is devastated, former Prime Minister of Australia Kevin Rudd talks to Fareed about the role conservative politics and media in his country may have played. GUESTS: Ariane Tabatabai, Karim Sadjadpour, Anne Applebaum, Alexander Gabuev, Kevin RuddSun, 19 Jan 2020 - 38min
- 307 - January 12, 2020 | On GPS: The reverberations of the killing of a top general continue in Iran and throughout the Middle East
Air date January 12 2020: The reverberations of the killing of a top general continue in Iran and throughout the Middle East. Tehran sees new unrest as protestors decry the republic's strike on an Ukrainian airliner that killed all passengers. Will that anger amount to anything? Fareed is joined by an panel of experts in Iraq, Iran and the UAE. Then, how have the West's interventions in the Middle East affected the region? A great debate with Reuel Marc Gerecht and Trita Parsi.Sun, 12 Jan 2020 - 38min
- 306 - January 5, 2020 | On GPS: After the killing of Iranian General Soleimani, are we on the brink of the next war in the Middle East?
Airdate January 5 2020: The killing of General Qasem Soleimani and its ramifications. Who was this man and why was he such an important figure in Iran? And what are the consequences of his death in the Middle East and beyond? Fareed is joined by Vali Nasr, the New Yorker's Dexter Filkins, Meghan O'Sullivan, Richard Haass and Peter Beinart.Sun, 05 Jan 2020 - 44min
- 305 - December 22, 2019 | On GPS: Looking at President Trump's impeachment through the lens of history
Airdate December 22 2019: On Wednesday, President Trump became the third president in U.S. history to be impeached. How does his impeachment compare to those of Clinton and Johnson (and the almost-impeachment of Nixon)? Fareed is joined by an all-star panel of presidential historians to discuss. Then, a rare bit of good news to round out your holiday season: global poverty (and especially extreme poverty) has shrunk considerably over the past few decades. That's thanks to the work of people like Ester Duflo and Abhijit Banerjee - a husband and wife team who just won the Nobel Prize for their work. Could the world actually eliminate extreme poverty? GUESTS: John Meacham, Tim Naftali, Annette Gordon-Reed, Masih Alinejad, Ester Duflo, Abhijit BanerjeeSun, 22 Dec 2019 - 37min
- 304 - December 15, 2019 | On GPS: Boris, Brexit, and the Future of British Politics
Airdate December 15 2019: The British people cast their votes on Thursday and give PM Boris Johnson what he calls an "irrefutable" mandate for Brexit. What does this mean for the future of British politics and global trade? Across the pond, Pres. Trump sealed 'phase one' of a trade deal with China. Fareed is joined by an all star panel to discuss these topics and more. Then, the persecution of religious minorities in two of Asia's largest nations: China and India - what you need to know. GUESTS: Ian Bremmer, Anne-Marie Slaughter, David Miliband, Shashi Tharoor, James Palmer, Brad SmithSun, 15 Dec 2019 - 37min
- 303 - December 8, 2019 | On GPS: NATO, Brexit, & the unrest in Iran
Airdate December 8 2019: NATO leaders gather in London. Is the alliance suffering from "brain death" as French Pres. Macron said? Will it survive the Trump Era? Jens Stoltenberg, NATO's Secretary General, tells Fareed that even the alliance's most critical members will remain committed. Then, the U.K. is preparing for another election. Will Boris Johnson remain Prime Minister? Can he deliver on his Brexit promises? Nigel Farage, the father of Brexit, joins Fareed to answer these questions and more. Plus, the massive protests in Iran and the swift and violent regime crackdown. GUESTS: Jens Stoltenberg, Nigel Farage, Zanny Minton Beddoes, Alastair Campbell, Maziar BahariSun, 08 Dec 2019 - 37min
- 302 - December 1, 2019 | On GPS: Looking at the Trump impeachment inquiry through the lens of the past
Airdate December 1 2019: How will historians view the impeachment inquiry 20, 30 or 50 years down the line? What have America's two past impeachments taught us? Fareed is joined by an all-star panel of American historians to answer these questions and more. Then Asian students consistently outrank their American counterparts. Teru Clavel tells Fareed what the U.S. education system can learn from Asia. GUESTS: Doris Kearns Goodwin, Rick Perlstein, David Rubenstein, Teru Clavel, Tim HarfordSun, 01 Dec 2019 - 37min
- 301 - November 24, 2019 | On GPS: The impeachment inquiry, Israel's indictment of PM Netanyahu and hate in America
Airdate November 24, 2019: An all-star panel joins Fareed to talk about impeachment, Israel's indictment of PM Netanyahu, Iran's protests and more. Also, Pres. Putin expressed happiness about what he was hearing from the impeachment inquiry. Why? Fareed talks to Andrey Kortunov, who runs a top think-tank in Moscow. And former Time editor Rick Stengel asks if America needs new laws regulating hate speech. GUESTS: Tom Friedman, Anne-Marie Slaughter, Ian Bremmer, Andrey Kortunov, Richard StengelSun, 24 Nov 2019 - 37min
- 300 - November, 17 2019: On GPS: The OTHER nation at the center of the impeachment inquiry - all about Ukraine.
Airdate November 17 2019: The OTHER nation at the center of the impeachment inquiry - all about Ukraine. How did Obama policy towards the nation differ from Trump's? Fareed talks to Amb. Philip Gordon, who oversaw Ukraine policy in the Obama administration. Also, we've heard Washington's side of the Ukraine story over and over. On GPS, you'll hear from Kyiv. What does Ukraine make of their President's response to Trump's pressure? Fareed finds out from two former members of Ukraine's parliament. Then, Hong Kong's violent protests continue to escalate. Fareed talks to Nathan Law, a leader of the pro-democracy movements and a founder of Hong Kong's opposition party, to find out what the endgame is. GUESTS: Philip Gordon, Svitlana Zalishchuk, Mustafa Nayyem, Nina Jankowicz, Nathan Law, Andrew McAfeeSun, 17 Nov 2019 - 37min
- 299 - November, 10 2019: On GPS: The "brain death" of NATO, the U.S.-China trade war & the 2020 election
Airdate November 10 2019: Are we witnessing the "brain death" of NATO? Will the U.S. and China seal a trade deal? Will President Trump be impeached? Rana Foroohar, Richard Haass and Niall Ferguson join Fareed to answer these questions and more. Also, who will cast the deciding votes in the 2020 Presidential election? You'll be surprised by the answer from the NY Times' Nate Cohn. Then, 30 years ago today the Berlin Wall began to crumble. Constanze Stelzenmüller of Brookings tells Fareed how Europe has changed since then and why populism is on the rise. GUESTS: Rana Foroohar, Richard Haass, Niall Ferguson, Nate Cohn, Constanze StelzenmüllerSun, 10 Nov 2019 - 37min
- 298 - November, 3 2019: On GPS: Gen. David Petraeus (Ret.) on the Baghdadi raid & the future of terrorism
Air-date November 3 2019: What does the death if ISIS leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi mean for the future of terrorism? And for the endless wars in the Middle East? Former CIA director Gen. David Petraeus (Ret.) joins Fareed to answer these questions and more. Then, the House formalizes its impeachment inquiry into President Trump. This all started with a whistle-blower. Fareed explores the fascinating history of whistle-blowers in America's tradition with authors Allison Stanger and Tom Mueller. GUESTS: Gen. David Petraeus (Ret.), Allison Stanger, Tom Mueller, Jimmy LaiSun, 03 Nov 2019 - 37min
- 297 - October, 20 2019: On GPS: Former Sec. Def. Ash Carter on Pres. Trump's Syria decision & the potential resurgence of ISIS
Air-date October 20, 2019: President Trump's Syria decision-will it result in the resurgence of ISIS? Former Secretary of Defense Ash Carter joins Fareed to discuss. Then, the Trump administration is in the spotlight for its quid pro quo approach to foreign policy - Fareed talks to two former top national security officials to get their takes. And, across the pond, Parliament punts once again on Brexit. GUESTS: Ash Carter, Stephen Hadley, Meghan O'Sullivan, Zanny Minton BeddoesSun, 20 Oct 2019 - 37min
- 296 - October, 13 2019: On GPS: Susan Rice on Syria & Ukraine. Trump's China whisperer Stephen Schwarzman on the trade war.
Airdate October 13, 2019: Former National Security Advisor Susan Rice tells Fareed about the Trump administration's "dysfunctional" and "dangerous" approach to U.S. foreign policy. From the Trump's Syria decision to his phone call with Ukraine's president, Rice says to the world it seems "we have no idea what we're doing." Then, billionaire businessman Stephen Schwarzman - sometimes called Trump's China whisperer - on the trade war. Also, how to glue back together a very divided America? There may be a simple answer - talking. GUESTS: Susan Rice, David Miliband, Stephen SchwarzmanSun, 13 Oct 2019 - 36min
- 295 - On GPS: An exclusive interview with former Secretaries of State Madeleine Albright and Colin Powell
Fareed's exclusive interview with two former Secretaries of State. Madeleine Albright and Colin Powell offer their thoughts on the impeachment inquiry and Washington's whistleblower. And, Anne Applebaum tells Fareed about the latest developments on Ukraine's side of the whistleblower story. Also, Singapore's PM Lee Hsien Loong on between caught in the middle of the US-China trade war. GUESTS: Madeleine Albright, Gen. Colin Powell, Anne Applebaum, Prime Minister Lee Hsien LoongSun, 06 Oct 2019 - 37min
- 294 - September 29, 2019: David Cameron on Brexit, the impeachment inquiry and Ukraine.
In an exclusive interview, former British Prime Minister David Cameron talks about Brexit (which began under his watch), the US House's impeachment inquiry and Ukraine's role in it. Then Anne Applebaum with more on Ukraine, Dina Esfandiary on Iran and Tom Friedman on Israel. GUESTS: David Cameron, Anne Applebaum, Dina Esfandiary, Tom FriedmanSun, 29 Sep 2019 - 37min
- 293 - Fareed's Take; CNN: Trump pressed Ukraine's president to investigate Biden's son; Netanyahu faces uncertain future after indecisive election; Is the world ready to get serious on the climate crisis?; Strangers: To trust or not to trust?
Iranian FM on Saudi Aramco attack: "We didn't do it"; Iran rules out talks with U.S. unless sanctions are lifted; After Saudi oil attack, Trump orders sanctions & troops to region; Warren surges in Democratic polls; U.N. Chief: The world is "Waking up" to the climate crisis; On Climate Change: America vs The World?; Guterres: Public opinion is putting more and more pressure on the U.S. to contribute positively to climate action; Malcolm Gladwell is the best-selling author of "The Tipping Point," "Blink" "Outliers" and "David and Goliath." His new book is "Talking to Strangers."; To trust or not to trust: Hitler & Chamberlain; Gladwell: Chamberlain was wrong to judge Hitler based on a face-to-face meeting. He should have stayed home and read Mein Kampf.; Gladwell: When you meet somebody as charismatic as Hitler, you risk overvaluing the information you take in during that encounter.;Sun, 22 Sep 2019 - 37min
- 292 - Sept. 15, 2019: Tony Blair on Brexit and partisan politics; Condoleezza Rice on the NEW new world order and racism in America
Former Prime Minister of the U.K. Tony Blair tells Fareed how populism has changed politics around the world. Then, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on Trump's foreign policy, the NEW new world order and the state of race relations in America. Guests: Tony Blair, Condoleezza Rice.Tue, 17 Sep 2019 - 38min
- 291 - On GPS: Britain's Brexit Bedlam & Israel's shadow war with Iran
What's next for Brexit? And, for Britain? Fareed speaks to an all-star panel about Britain's battle over Brexit politics. Then the NY Times' Ronen Bergman tells Fareed why Israel's shadow war with Iran has come out into the open. And, former U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis weighs in on the greatest national security threats the country faces. GUESTS: Zanny Minton Beddoes, David Miliband, George Osborne, Ronen Bergman, Gen. James Mattis (Ret.)Sun, 08 Sep 2019 - 37min
- 290 - World Leaders Gather At G7 Summit; Asia In The Trump ERA Is The East Stronger Or Weaker?; Cuisine To Combat Climate ChangeSun, 25 Aug 2019 - 38min
- 289 - August, 18 2019: Is the world ready for a recession? Fareed has an all-star panel to discuss.
It's been 10 years since the last global financial crisis. Is the next one around the corner? Is the world prepared to handle it? Fareed delves into the possibilities with Rana Foroohar, Richard Haass, and Ed Luce. And, the climate crisis has been dealt by the rich, and felt by the poor. Mary Robinson tells Fareed how this wrong can be righted. Also, Tara Westover (author of the best-seller "Educated") on her journey from no formal schooling to a PhD from Cambridge. GUESTS: Rana Foroohar, Edward Luce, Richard Haass, Mary Robinson, Tara WestoverSun, 18 Aug 2019 - 38min
- 288 - August 11, 2019: America's battles at home & abroad - extremist terror attacks & the escalating trade war with China
Should the U.S. treat the threat of white nationalist terror attacks the same way it treats foreign ones? What are the roots of the white nationalist movement in America? Fareed speaks to former Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff and University of Chicago historian to answer these pressing questions in the wake of two deadly shootings. Then, the U.S. escalates it's tit-for-tat with China on trade. Is either side "winning"? Fareed talks to former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers. Guests: Michael Chertoff, Prof. Kathleen Belew, Larry Summers, Daniel H. PinkSun, 11 Aug 2019 - 38min
- 287 - July, 28 2019: Boris takes 10 Downing Street and promises to Brexit soon. What will it mean for the UK, Europe & the world?
As Boris Johnson becomes British Prime Minister and promises to leave the EU - even if it means crashing out - in less than 100 days, what would it mean for the UK, Europe & the world? Then, Trump says he could wipe Afghanistan off the face of the earth. The Afghan government called the remark "unacceptable". Fareed talks to Afghanistan's Ambassador to the U.S. Also, how did we get from the Opium Wars of the 1800's to Hong Kong shaken by protests today? Fareed will explain. Guests: Zanny Minton Beddoes, Niall Ferguson, Richard Haass, Ambassador Roya Rahmani, Dr. Eric TopolSun, 28 Jul 2019 - 37min
- 286 - July, 21 2019: Iran's Foreign Minister on tensions in the Persian Gulf. Does Iran think Trump wants war?
Iran's Foreign Minister on high tensions in the Persian Gulf. Does Donald Trump want war? And, can the world agree on rules of the road for cyber warfare? Former counterterrorism chief Richard Clarke on why nations need to come together...now. Then, in an exclusive interview, Fareed speaks with Greece's newly-elected Prime Minister about how he beat his nation's populist incumbents. What lessons might that victory have for America's Presidential contenders? Guests: Mohammad Javad Zarif, Richard Clarke, Kyriakos MitsotakisSun, 21 Jul 2019 - 38min
- 285 - July 14, 2019: Iran's push back against the West & the future of U.S. - U.K. relations
Former U.S. Energy Secretary, Ernest Moniz, tells Fareed about the fate of the nuclear deal amid rising tensions between Iran and the West. And, Washington's special relationship with Westminster, how will it survive the current strain? The U.K.'s former Foreign Secretary tells Fareed what's next for the two nations. Guests: Ernest Moniz, David Miliband, Tom Friedman, Menaka Guruswamy, Arundhati KatjuSun, 14 Jul 2019 - 37min
- 284 - July 7, 2019: How to Lead: A Fareed Zakaria GPS Special
Fareed Zakaria hosts a special edition of Fareed Zakaria GPS that explores what qualities and experiences make the best leaders. Interviews include leaders in government, business, the U.S. Military, and a Pulitzer prize-winning historian. Guests: Bill Gates, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Rep. John Lewis, Gen. Stanley McChrystal.Sun, 07 Jul 2019 - 38min
- 283 - June 30, 2019: President Trump's friendly meeting at the DMZ and raging rhetoric with Iran
President Trump meets Kim Jong Un at the DMZ. Fareed and his panel discuss the significance of the meeting that followed this weekend's G20 summit. Plus, Iran's Ambassador to the UN sits down with Fareed to discuss the contentious relationship between the U.S. and Iran. Guests: Majid Takht Ravanchi, Ian Bremmer, Tom Friedman, Samantha Vinograd, Jared TaylorSun, 30 Jun 2019 - 38min
- 282 - June 23, 2019: The U.S. and Iran on the brink-how they got there, and what's next
A war between the U.S. and Iran-what would it look like? Fareed plays out the scenarios with Ilan Goldenberg. Then, Peter Beinart and Reuel Marc Gerecht tell Fareed how these two nations reached their tipping point. Guests: Ilan Goldenberg, Peter Beinart, Reuel Marc Gerecht, Rana Mitter, Rory StewartSun, 23 Jun 2019 - 37min
- 280 - June 9, 2019: Trump makes a deal with Mexico. Who won? Who lost?
Inside the Trump administration's deal with Mexico - will it solve the troubles at the border? Fareed and a panel discuss. And, can Kushner's plan deliver peace in the Middle East? Or is it dead on arrival? Guests: Shannon O'Neil, Jorge Castañeda, Dan Senor, Hanan Ashrawi, Dina Esfandiary, Nigel HamiltonSun, 09 Jun 2019 - 38min
- 279 - June 2, 2019: As Trump gets ready to go to the UK & Europe, what's the state of play there politically?
President Trump arrives in the London Monday for a visit to the UK then Europe. It's a tumultuous time politically across the road - where do thing stand? And, Tiananmen Square 30 years after Beijing's brutal crackdown: how much has China changed? How much has stayed the same? Guests: Anne Applebaum, Bernard-Henri Lévy, Beppe Servignini, Jiayang Fan, Nicholas Kristof, Jamie MetzlSun, 02 Jun 2019 - 37min
- 278 - May 26, 2019: Pres. Trump visits Japan as the US and China dig in to the trade war; will the spat between Iran and the US escalate to violence?
Fareed discusses the future of US-Asia relations as Trump meets with Abe, the US-China trade war shows no sign of slowing and fears return about Kim Jong Un's nuclear intentions. Admiral William McRaven (Ret.) joins Fareed and offers his take on whether the trouble between Iran and the U.S. will escalate to hostilities. Guests: Anna Fifield, Evan Medeiros, Parag Khanna, Admiral William McRaven (Ret.), Ellen Barry, David BrooksSun, 26 May 2019 - 38min
- 277 - May 19, 2019: Mounting tensions between the US and Iran; is the US-China trade war the beginning of a new Cold War?
The growing tensions between the US and Iran - will they lead to hostilities? Then, the trade war between the US and China; is it the start of a new Cold War between the two powerful nations? Guests: Jim Sciutto, Robin Wright, Rana Foroohar, Kevin Rudd, Michael Pillsbury, Adam Gopnik.Sun, 19 May 2019 - 38min
- 274 - April 28, 2019: What we learned about ISIS after the Sri Lanka Attacks; plus the Financial Crisis, 10 years later
NYPD Counterterrorism Chief John Miller tells Fareed what it means that ISIS claims credit for the Sri Lanka attacks, despite no longer controlling any territory in Syria or Iraq. Then, Fareed sits down with former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, and former Treasury Secretaries Hank Paulson and Tim Geithner, for an exclusive look back on the financial crisis, a decade later. Guests: John Miller, Ben Bernanke, Hank Paulson, Tim Geithner, Jared Cohen.Sun, 28 Apr 2019 - 38min
- 272 - April 14, 2019: Hillary Clinton at the Women in the World 10th anniversary summitSun, 14 Apr 2019 - 38min
- 271 - April 7, 2019: Inspecting Immigration & NATO at 70
How much immigration is enough? Fareed and David Frum both offer their takes. On NATO's 70th anniversary, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg looks at the future of the alliance in a changing world. And what would be a world run by women by like? Tina Brown joins Fareed. Guests: David Frum, Jens Stoltenberg, Tina Brown, Michael Lewis.Sun, 07 Apr 2019 - 39min
- 270 - March 31, 2019: Standoff in Venezuela & the Mueller Report from MoscowSun, 31 Mar 2019 - 39min
- 268 - March 10, 2019: Politicos under Pressure!
Airdate March 10, 2019: On GPS: Riyadh feels the heat as powerful voices call for accountability for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi. Will the Kingdom step up? In Jerusalem, Bibi Netanyahu faces serious corruption indictments, just before Israel's April elections. Can he survive? And, as the clock ticks down to PM May's 2nd vote on the Brexit deal, can she avoid another humiliating rejection? GUESTS: Ali Shihabi, Tal Schneider, Eli Hazan, Anne Applebaum, George Osborne, Robert SapolskySun, 10 Mar 2019 - 39min
- 267 - March 3, 2019: The Hanoi Huddle is a Bust & Two Nuclear Nations Go To The Brink
On GPS: Pres. Trump & Kim Jong Un fail to reach a peace deal. Fareed and a great panel discuss what's next, and where did all the love between them go? Then, India & Pakistan's long enmity flared this week as each side claimed victory in the skies, but is there hope of reconciliation on the subcontinent? GUESTS: Richard Haass, Robin Wright, Matthew Kroenig, Ravi Agrawal, Mosharraf Zaidi, Chuck RobbinsSun, 03 Mar 2019 - 35min
- 266 - The Venezuela Crisis & A New Atlantic Charter
An exclusive interview with Juan Guaido's representative in Washington, Carlos Vecchio. What next for Venezuela? Will the crisis end? Then, New York Magazine's David Wallace-Wells tells Fareed why he thinks it's time to panic about climate change. 2/24/19Sun, 24 Feb 2019 - 39min
- 265 - Bill Gates & Tax Rates
On GPS: After giving BILLIONS of his own fortune away to causes like education, polio, and malaria, Bill Gates tells Fareed what he makes of proposals to raise taxes on the wealthy. Then, Stanford computer scientist Daphne Koller on the revolution that might just save your life - when A.I. meets medicine. Guests: Bill Gates, Daphne Koller 2/17/19Sun, 17 Feb 2019 - 39min
- 264 - The Crisis in Caracas & The Power of Women's Anger
On GPS: As the crisis in Caracas barrels on, Fareed asks former Venezuelan Trade Minister Moises Naim & the Council on Foreign Relation's Shannon O'Neil what it will take to end Venezuela's protracted political predicament. Then, NY Magazine writer Rebecca Traister talks about what she calls "the revolutionary power of women's anger" today and throughout recent history.Sun, 10 Feb 2019 - 51min
- 263 - February 3, 2019: Nixed Nuclear Accords & Drug Lord Drama
Airdate February 3, 2019: On GPS: The US nixes a major nuclear treat with Russia while political pandemonium rages on in Caracas. Richard Haass, Anne McElvoy, & Tony Blinken break it all down with Fareed. Then, once the most feared narcotrafficker in Mexico, "El Chapo" Guzman's trial in a Brooklyn courthouse has nearly ended. VICE News editor & host of "Chapo: Kingpin on Trial" Keegan Hamilton sat through the 11 week trial and bring us his reports. GUESTS: Richard Haass, Anne McElvoy, Tony Blinken, Keegan Hamilton, Anand GiridharadasSun, 03 Feb 2019 - 38min
- 262 - January 27, 2018: Chaos in Caracas & Davos in the doldrums.
On GPS: As political chaos plunges Caracas into crisis, Fareed breaks down what's at stake in Venezuela. Then, the view from Davos. First, Fareed's Take, then Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland on her country's recent spats with China and Saudi Arabia. Finally, a great chat with Jane Goodall about humans and chimps - their similarities and differences! GUESTS: Ian Bremmer, Michael Penfold, Chrystia Freeland, Jane GoodallSun, 27 Jan 2019 - 39min
- 261 - January 20th, 2018: Tony Blair calls for a new Brexit referendum
Airdate January 20, 2019: On GPS: Former UK PM Tony Blair calls for a new referendum on Brexit after the defeat of PM May's deal in Parliament. Then, Aaron Sorkin joins Fareed to talk about his new Broadway production of "To Kill a Mockingbird" and what it tells us about race in America - then and now. GUESTS: Tony Blair, Aaron SorkinSun, 20 Jan 2019 - 39min
- 260 - January 13, 2019: Trump's Emergency Powers & Pompeo in Arabia
On GPS: What could President Trump do if he declares a national emergency? Fareed digs into the powers Trump could grab, with Elizabeth Goitein and John Yoo. Then, what to make of Sec. of State Mike Pompeo's visit to the Middle East this week? Robin Wright, Tarek Masoud, and Martin Indyk try to pick out the signal from the noise of the Trump administration's mixed messages on this crucial region. GUESTS: Elizabeth Goitein, John Yoo, Robin Wright, Tarek Masoud, Martin Indyk, Oby Ezekwesili January 13, 2019Sun, 13 Jan 2019 - 39min
- 259 - January 6, 2019: Trends to Track in 2019
On GPS: Fareed breaks down what stories, trends, and tropes to watch in 2019 with Ian Bremmer, Rana Foroohar, & David Miliband. Then, the man Trump calls the "leading authority" on China defends tariffs and the trade war. GUESTS: Ian Bremmer, Rana Foroohar, David Miliband, Michael Pillsbury, Steven Johnson January 6, 2019Sun, 06 Jan 2019 - 42min
- 258 - CNN Special Report: Presidents Under Fire: The History of Impeachment
Fareed traces the history of why and how Article II, Section IV of the U.S. Constitution has been used in this in-depth look at the high stakes of America's 'last resort' option to remove a president. 12/30/18Sun, 30 Dec 2018 - 44min
- 257 - December 23, 2018: Mattis resigns, Trump disengages
Defense Secretary Mattis resigns after a struggle over Syria. Richard Haass & Fareed break down the President's drive to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria and decrease troop levels in Afghanistan. Then, do we focus too much on the negative? Or is the world really that scary? A debate between Niall Ferguson and Steven Pinker. Guests: Richard Haass, Niall Ferguson, Steven Pinker, Greta Thunberg 12/23/18Sun, 23 Dec 2018 - 38min
- 256 - December 16, 2018: Brexit Bedlam & Chinese Chicanery
After a bruising week in Britain, can PM May bring Brexit to fruition? Fareed discusses with two bright Brits. Then, is China behind the Marriott hack? NYT's David Sanger has a new report out alleging just that. Find out why Beijing is so bothered about bookings. GUESTS: Zanny Minton Beddoes, David Miliband, David Sanger, Charles Duhigg, Ray Dalio 12/16/18Sun, 16 Dec 2018 - 38min
- 255 - France in crisis, Brexit in trouble plus Michael Lewis on the Trump transition
With Paris rocked by violence and the Brexit deal in peril, what next for Western Europe? Fareed and an all-star panel discuss. Also, bestselling author Michael Lewis joins the show to talk about his new book, "The Fifth Risk."Sun, 09 Dec 2018 - 38min
- 254 - December 2nd, 2018: Trump, Putin & Xi at the G20
Airdate December 2nd, 2018: On GPS: Fareed breaks down the diplomatic tango at the G20 summit in Buenos Aires with an all-star panel. Then, bestselling author Michael Lewis discusses the "willful ignorance" of the Trump administration described in his new book, "The Fifth Risk." GUESTS: Richard Haass, Ian Bremmer, Anne-Marie Slaughter, Ruchir Sharma, Michael Lewis 12/2/2018Sun, 02 Dec 2018 - 38min
- 251 - November 18, 2018: Trump AWOL from APEC & May's Brexit Backlash
Airdate November 18, 2018: On GPS, President Trump is AWOL from APEC while Asia's bigwigs broker deals & Theresa May's premiership is in peril after backlash to her Brexit deal. Fareed discusses it all with a superstar panel. Then, should the Democrats zig left or zag towards the center in 2020? A great debate. GUESTS: Kurt Campbell, Rana Foroohar, Ian Bremmer, Steve Phillips, Peter Beinart, Ana BrnabicSun, 18 Nov 2018 - 35min
- 250 - November 11, 2018: French President Emmanuel MacronSun, 11 Nov 2018 - 47min
- 249 - November 4, 2018: US Midterm Election preview; Katrina vanden Heuvel, James Fallows, Anthony Scaramucci, Reid Hoffman
Airdate November 4, 2018: On GPS: Fareed discusses the upcoming American midterm elections with a panel. Then, former UK Foreign Minister David Miliband on Brazil's President-elect, Germany's soon-to-be-former Chancellor, and the crisis in Yemen. GUESTS: Katrina vanden Heuvel, James Fallows, Anthony Scaramucci, Reid HoffmanSun, 04 Nov 2018 - 38min
- 248 - Tree of Life Synagogue Shooting; Jonathan Goldblatt, David Frum, Tom Friedman, Samantha Power, Michael Hayden, Stephen Hadley
Today on GPS, Fareed discusses the tragic massacre in a Pittsburgh Synagogue with Anti-Defamation League President Jonathan Goldblatt and columnists David Frum and Tom Friedman. Airdate is October 28, 2018.Mon, 29 Oct 2018 - 35min
- 246 - What happened to Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi?
On GPS Sunday, Fareed digs into the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. What can the response tell us about U.S.-Saudi relations? Then, why "women's work" may be the key to saving Japan's economy. Finally, what your car, your diet, and even your coffee says about your politics.Sun, 21 Oct 2018 - 38min
- 245 - What happened to Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi?Sun, 14 Oct 2018 - 39min
- 244 - Former Secretaries of State Madeleine Albright & Colin Powell on Trump, the political divide and international relations
On GPS, former Secretaries of State Madeleine Albright and Colin Powell join Fareed to weigh in on the American political divide, President Trump, and U.S. relations with China, Iran and Russia. Then, Fareed's discussion with Nadia Murad, an ISIS victim and human rights activist who is one of this year's Nobel Peace Prize winners. Madeleine Albright and Colin Powell were guests today. Airdate is October 7, 2018.Sun, 07 Oct 2018 - 38min
- 243 - September 30, 2018: Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif
Airdate September 30, 2018: On GPS: Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif joins Fareed to answer Trump's allegations against Iran this week at the UN. And, Fareed talks to heads of state from all across the globe as they gather in New York for the UN General Assembly. GUESTS: Javad Zarif, Chile Eboe-Osuji, Enrique Pena Nieto, Alain Berset, Jacinda Ardern, Mohammed Mahatir, Mark Rutte, Petro PoroshenkoSun, 30 Sep 2018 - 39min
- 242 - Former NYC Mayor Bloomberg on running for president in 2020; Why Moscow is trying to prevent Macedonia from changing its name; Status update on reforms in Saudi Arabia
Former NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg joins Fareed to discuss whether he will challenge Trump in 2020. Also, the serious issues behind a silly fight: Why Moscow is trying to prevent Macedonians from changing their own country's name. And, 3 months after Saudi women were given the right to drive, a status update on reforms in the Kingdom. Guests are Michael Bloomberg and Manal Al-Sharif. Airdate is September 23, 2018.Sun, 23 Sep 2018 - 38min
- 241 - Bob Woodward on what Trump's advisers call the "Big Problem"; Ten years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers; Can the Pope and the Church survive?
Bob Woodward on what Trump's advisers call the "Big Problem" and a White House where fear & chaos shape policy. Also, ten years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, could the US handle a new financial crisis? And, as allegations of sexual abuse by Roman Catholic clerics come in by the thousands, can the Pope and the Church survive?Sun, 16 Sep 2018 - 38min
- 240 - John Kerry joins Fareed to talk about what he has called a "constitutional crisis" at the White House, the upcoming 2018 midterm elections, and his plans for 2020.
On GPS: John Kerry joins Fareed to discuss what he has called a "constitutional crisis" at the White House, the Trump/Putin relationship, the upcoming midterm elections and...will Kerry challenge Trump for the presidency in 2020? Guests are John Kerry, Carl Bildt, and Jonathan Haidt. Airdate is September 9, 2018.Sun, 09 Sep 2018 - 38min
- 239 - Fareed's take on the tech companies that dominate the American economy (and life); Is America ascendant... or on the decline?; What in the world? How to fix America's schools; How to fix politics, Moyo: my book was born out of frustration
A new direction on tech, courtesy of India; Silicon Valley should prepare for a new power dynamic; Beyond the beltway: the state of the real America; Journalists James and Deborah Fallows have been traversing America & visiting small cities & towns in their single-engine plane for years; Fallows: if a town or city has a craft brewing industry, it gets half point on our scale of "signs of civic success"!; Brill: this job training program takes people who average $18K year and 11 months later they graduate into jobs that pay $85k/year/ Brill: the U.S. is learning the lesson that you need leaders who are qualified, prepared and have answers/ Brill: If enough water mains break ad enough bridges collapse at the same time, America will understand the need to spend $$$; Deborah Fallows: When we went into towns across the country, we never asked about national politics & nobody brought it up; What America can learn from other countries about education; Schleicher: Chinese parents spend on education. American, European parents spend on consumption; At the OECD, Andreas Schleicher oversees the PISA exams which test students in 72 countries to evacuate educational systems; Schleicher: in the world's best educational systems, neither wealth or background matter to performance; Schleicher: The least wealthy 10% of students in Shanghai do as well on the PISA math test as America's wealthiest 10%; Ten steps to better democracy; In search of lost time, why medieval peasants understood time better than we do; Rovelli: Trains were the main reason for the standardization of time; The mystery of time, Rovelli: there's no more time up there than down here; Rovelli: time is tied to everything that makes us suffer; Physicist Carlo Rovelli on how time shapes our identitiesSun, 02 Sep 2018 - 39min
- 238 - Encore: Power of Putin - CNN Special Report: The Most Powerful Man in the World
In my latest documentary, we describe Russian President Vladimir Putin as the most powerful man in the world. But why? After all, the United States -- and China, for that matter -- are more powerful countries than Russia. The power of a head of state is determined both by the country's strength and the capacity he or she has to exercise that power, unilaterally, unconstrained by other institutions, parties and political forces. And combining those two metrics, it's easy to see why Vladimir Putin rises to the top of list. Putin has created what he calls a "vertical of power," something unlike any we see in other great nations. As the Russian chess grandmaster Gary Kasparov -- himself a harsh critic of Putin -- has noted, the entire structure of Russian political power rests on one man. When the czar died, you knew the structure that would endure and the process by which his successor, his son, would be elevated. When the general secretary of the Soviet Communist Party died, the Standing Committee and the Politburo would select his successor. But when Putin dies -- I almost wrote if -- what will happen? No one knows. To understand Putin, you have to understand Russia. The last hundred years for that country have seen the fall of the monarchy, the collapse of democracy, the great depression, World War II with its tens of millions of Russians dead, Stalin's totalitarian brutalities, the collapse of communism, the breakup of the Soviet Union, and Boris Yeltsin's years of chaos and corruption. Then comes Vladimir Putin, who ushers in stability and, in popular perception, rising standards of living and increasing prominence and respect in the world. That respect is important. Russians have immense national pride. Russia is the largest country on the planet -- 48 times larger than Germany and encompassing 11 time zones that straddle Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. Russia is also a rich country, containing some of the largest deposits of raw materials, from oil and natural gas to nickel and aluminum. Culturally, it has often thought of itself as the third Rome, preserving Christianity even as Rome and Byzantium fell to the Barbarians.Sun, 02 Sep 2018 - 43min
- 232 - What is the state of U.S.-Russia relations after the controversial Helsinki summit? Then, could Russia hack the 2018 election?
The Helsinki summit raised more questions than it answered. What is the state of U.S.-Russia relations? Then, NY Times national security correspondent David Sanger explains how Russia could meddle in the 2018 elections.Sun, 22 Jul 2018 - 39min
- 231 - Upcoming President Trump and Vladimir Putin Summit
After a tense NATO summit and an awkward, heavily protested UK visit, what sort of welcome can President Trump expect from Vladimir Putin in Helsinki? Also, a troubling U.N. report on American poverty.Sun, 15 Jul 2018 - 38min
- 230 - Fareed Zakaria World Affairs
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