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6 Feb. 2011
Egypt's Opposition Leader ElBaradei Speaks/Interview with Egypt's Former Trade Minister
Topics discussed include the unrest in Egypt; British Prime Minister David Cameron is interviewed.
 
10 May 2013
Beyond the Manhunts: How to Stop Terror
Fareed Zakaria takes an in-depth look at America's people and intelligence apparatus at the front lines of protecting the homeland.
 
26 May 2013
Episode dated 26 May 2013
Airdate May 26th, 2013: A special GPS hour from London. First, Fareed delves into the horrific attack on a British soldier: what lessons can London - and the world - draw from it? Then, does Britain need more Europe, or less? A discussion with Martin Wolf and Pulitzer Prize-winner Anne Applebaum. Later, is the Cold War back?
 
23 Jun. 2013
Episode dated 23 June 2013
On today's show: the Iranian Elections, the G8 conference, a pivotal week in the economy and the future of manufacturing using 3D printing. This week's guests include: Anne-Maria Slaughter, Richard Haass, Bret Stephens, Niall Ferguson and MIT's Neil Gershenfeld.
 
7 Jul. 2013
Egypt
What happens next in Egypt? Fareed gets the latest out of Cairo with CNN's Ben Wedeman. Then, Washington's role and the big picture view, with former National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski, Richard Haass, and Bret Stephens. Later, Fareed takes a closer look at what Egypt's fighting factions are planning next. All that, plus analysis on the Edward Snowden affair, on GPS.
 
21 Jul. 2013
State of the U.S. Economy
Airdate July 21st, 2013: Assessing America's recovery - Fareed convenes a set of expert panelists including Glenn Hubbard and Edward Luce. Also, the case for banning college football: it might sound crazy, but The New Yorker's Malcolm Gladwell says America's favorite sport is damaging bright young minds.
 
18 Aug. 2013
Episode dated 18 August 2013
Bret Stephens debates Peter Beinart. Then, is America over-regulated? Fareed puts that to Pres. Obama's former "regulation czar" Cass Sunstein.common sense is kicking in on prison reform. And, the Middle East's other revolution: how the region is becoming a hot-bed of innovation and tech startups.
 
25 Aug. 2013
Episode dated 25 August 2013
Fareed offers his take on global unrest around the world. Sara Blakely tells her story of how she started Spanx with nothing more than $5,000 and an idea everyone thought would never work. Plus, Fareed convenes a panel on cities and the global trend of urbanization.
 
15 Sep. 2013
Episode dated 15 September 2013
Fareed is live from New York today. The show starts with two elder statesmen of political affairs, Henry Kissinger and Zbigniew Brzezinski. Then, former Chairman of UNSCOM Richard Butler who discusses his opinions on destroying Syria's chemical weapons. And, Anthony Bourdain discusses his recent visit to Jerusalem.
 
22 Sep. 2013
Episode dated 22 September 2013
An exclusive, wide-ranging, 1-on-1 with a discussion Bill Clinton discussing Obama's options in Syria, the economy, the NSA spying controversy, the next Fed Chair, U.S. politics, the Clinton Foundation, and whether his wife Hillary will run for President. All that, plus: talking with Iran, and elections in Germany.
 
6 Oct. 2013
Episode dated 6 October 2013
Two exclusive interviews. First, Iran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif - on the nuclear negotiations, why his country needs nuclear energy, on the United States, and on Israel. Then, rockstar and activist Bono. The U2 frontman talks about the fight against HIV, the benefits of foreign aid, Africa, U.S. politics, and more. All that plus Fareed's Take on the U.S. government shutdown.
 
13 Oct. 2013
Episode dated 13 October 2013
Why is Washington so polarized? And what can be done about it? Fareed speaks with three experts: Norman Ornstein, Jeffrey Toobin, and Vanessa Williamson. Also, Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein on the economy, globalization, and inequality in America. And, What in the World: Advantage China, as Pres. Obama misses two big summits in Asia.
 
27 Oct. 2013
Episode dated 27 October 2013
France & Germany are angry about revelations of U.S. phone-tapping, and Saudi Arabia is disappointed by U.S. policies in the Middle East. Fareed speaks with a panel of experts. Plus, Malcolm Gladwell explains why the David and Goliath story was about an underdog ... except that the real underdog may have been Goliath.
 
10 Nov. 2013
Episode dated 10 November 2013
The latest on nuclear negotiations with Iran - why did the Geneva talks this week end in a stalemate? Fareed offers his take and speaks with two experts on the discussions. Later, the Edward Snowden leaks: did the whistleblower actually do America a service? And, 1-on-1 with the Prime Minister of Albania: how Edi Rama transformed his capital city with a simple strategy - painting. Executive Producer Beau Willimon speaks about the role of journalists in Netflix's "House of Cards."
 
1 Dec. 2013
Episode dated 1 December 2013
An all-star panel of historians on the state of the American economy, on second-term presidencies, and more: Walter Isaacson, Nancy Gibbs, Jon Meacham, and David Nasaw. Then, a referendum to cap CEO pay to 12-times the salary of a firm's lowest-paid employee: What in the world is going on in Switzerland? And, why kids in South Korea and Finland are getting a better education than their counterparts in the United States.
 
8 Dec. 2013
Nelson Mandela
Nelson Mandela dies at 95. Fareed offers his take on the South African leader's legacy, and convenes a panel of experts on South Africa's road ahead. Then, a conversation with Obama's former National Security Advisor, Tom Donilon, on a nuclear deal with Iran. And, are we entering another economic bubble? 1-on-1 with former Fed Chair Alan Greenspan.
 
12 Jan. 2014
Episode dated 12 January 2014
Amid a renewed spate of violence in Iraq, Fareed explores what went wrong. Is it all just Washington's fault, or does it have its roots in history? A great panel including Richard Haass and Rashid Khalidi debate the issue. Then, What in the World: part II of the GPS list of 5 easy ways to ruin your economy. And later, top tips to save yourself, as well as the economy: Dr. David Agus explains how to avoid diseases and illness.
 
19 Jan. 2014
Episode dated 19 January 2014
1-on-1 with former Defense Secretary Robert Gates, about his new and controversial memoir "Duty". Why did he need to publish it so soon after leaving office? Does he think U.S. foreign policy is on the right track? Later, What in the World: why Japan's ageing population may actually be a good thing for the economy. And, understanding Iran through neuroscience.
 
26 Jan. 2014
Episode dated 26 January 2014
A special GPS hour from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland - Fareed sits down with three world leaders. First, 1-on-1 with Iran's President Hassan Rouhani, on nuclear negotiations, on relations with America, on Israel, and on Syria. Then, an exclusive interview with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on the economy and on relations with China. Finally, Egypt's Prime Minister on his country's path towards democracy, three years on from the Arab Spring.
 
2 Feb. 2014
Episode dated 2 February 2014
In the wake of Pres. Obama's State of the Union speech, Fareed convenes a panel looking at inequality in the United States, with Zanny Minton Beddoes, Steven Rattner, Kenneth Rogoff, and Chrystia Freeland. Then, Ukraine's crisis, and why Kiev can't shake off Moscow: former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger explains the historic nature of Russia's role. And, an insider's perspective on Vladimir Putin, from a close friend: the famous conductor Valery Gergiev.
 
9 Feb. 2014
Episode dated 9 February 2014
This week: First, Farred talks to the US Ambassador to Russia who has just resigned from his post. They discuss the state of the Olympics, the security threats and Russian President Putin. Then, a discussion about the possible collapse of the world's second largest economy, China. Plus, discussions about technology and the Arab Spring.
 
16 Feb. 2014
Episode dated 16 February 2014
Asia's war of words - why China is locked in heated rhetoric with so many of its neighbors, and whether things could get more serious. Fareed speaks with China experts Elizabeth Economy and The New Yorker's Evan Osnos. Then, 1-on-1 with Larry Summers, the former Treasury Secretary: on the new Fed Chair Janet Yellen and on the economy. And later, is the U.S. safe from cyber crime? Peter Singer of the Brookings Institution explains how the online world is very much like the real one.
 
23 Feb. 2014
Episode dated 23 February 2014
Today: Fareed looks at the extraordinary events in the Ukraine with Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski and others. Then, a panel discusses world politics. And, Fareed has insights into President Obama's comments about trade skills vs. an art history degrees.
 
2 Mar. 2014
Episode dated 2 March 2014
Live today from New York. Fareed looks at the situation in the Ukraine with a variety of guests including: CNN correspondent Diana Magnay, Phil Black, former US National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski and former US Sec. of State Madeleine Albright. Plus, a closer look at Vladimir Putin with authorand professor Stephen Cohen.
 
9 Mar. 2014
Episode dated 9 March 2014
Fareed starts the show on the subject of the Ukraine and Crimea with Fmr. National Security Advisor Tom Donilon and a panel of experts on the region. Then, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu comes out this week with talks of peace but is his plan the right one? Fareed talks to Israel's Minister of Economy Naftali Bennett who advocates peace but wants to use a different strategy.
 
16 Mar. 2014
Episode dated 16 March 2014
Fareed offers his take on the crisis in Ukraine, before taking a look at the situation LIVE in Crimea with reporter Nick Paton Walsh. Then, a look at how Russia's neighbors are feeling about Moscow's aggression: a conversation with Poland Foreign Minister and Estonia's President. And, corruption in Nigeria, and how to end it: 1-on-1 with Nigeria's Finance Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala.
 
23 Mar. 2014
Episode dated 23 March 2014
First on today's show Fareed takes a look at the news from the hotspots around the world. Then, will machines and robots be taking your job? Then, why are world records in sports being broken at such a high-rate these days. Finally, what will happen to the Union Jack if Scotland succeeds?
 
30 Mar. 2014
Episode dated 30 March 2014
Today: The East-West crisis might have a solution as President Putin reaches out this week to President Obama. Then, The New Yorker's Evan Osnos talks about China's belligerent stance on Flight MH370. Then, Arianna Huffington and a panel of experts discuss how the world would be different if women ran it. It's becoming more and more common for major countries to have female leaders.
 
6 Apr. 2014
Episode dated 6 April 2014
Today Fareed is live from New York. First, Fareed will talk about yesterday's election in Afghanistan, will it change anything with the Taliban with the American troops leaving? Then, a panel discussion of Ukraine and the Middle East peace talks. Lastly, a talk with author Michael Lewis about his ideas that Wall Street is rigged to give certain traders an unfair advantage that might be costing you money.
 
25 May 2014
Episode dated 25 May 2014
The latest on the election in Ukraine and what it means for the East-West showdown there. And, is there a new Naziism growing in Europe? Billionaire George Soros tells us what to make of the rise of nationalism. Next, it's graduation season! What advice does Fareed have for the class of 2014? Then, Fareed asks two top Indian politicians what we should expect from the controversial Narendra Modi, India's next prime minister. Finally, on what device are you watching this episode? Fareed sits down with CEO of Time Warner, Jeff Bewkes, to learn about the future of ...
 
22 Jun. 2014
Episode dated 22 June 2014
On GPS SUnday, how should we understand Iraq's recent violence, and what can the U.S. do about it? Fareed explains with a live update and a panel of experts. Then, Germany's defense minister reveals whether Europe will do what it takes to deter Putin's aggression. And, Fareed explores how the controversial bill became a milestone legislative achievement.
 
29 Jun. 2014
Episode dated 29 June 2014
On GPS Sunday, Fareed is live with foreign policy experts Richard Haass and Ryan Crocker for the latest on the militant threat to major Iraqi cities as ISIS forces march toward Baghdad. Then, Fareed talks immigration reform with Mexican Finance Minister Luis Videgaray Caso. And, is there an upside to slums? Listen in to hear Harvard professor Edward Glaeser's take.
 
13 Jul. 2014
Episode dated 13 July 2014
On GPS Sunday, Fareed gathers an all-star panel to discuss the escalation of violence between Israel and its enemies and President Obama's handling of the many concurrent foreign policy crises. Next, America has a secret weapon: a financial nuclear bomb in the form of sanctions. But is this good or bad for the U.S.? The world? And, part three of a GPS series: Where America Works. Fareed visits Denver to learn a cheaper way to get yourself a college degree.
 
3 Aug. 2014
Episode dated 3 August 2014
GPS begins with a live look at the latest from the crisis in Israel and Gaza. Then, to the other crisis, in Ukraine. Will the new sanctions against Russia make President Vladimir Putin change his behavior? Poland's foreign minister, Radoslaw Sikorski, weighs in on why this time is different. And, West Africa is experiencing the deadliest Ebola virus outbreak in history. Fareed asks two experts -- CNN's Sanjay Gupta and Peter Piot, the man who actually discovered Ebola -- whether the virus can be contained.
 
10 Aug. 2014
Episode dated 10 August 2014
Fareed is live for the latest on breaking news around the world from the escalating violence in Iraq to the ongoing Israeli-Gaza conflict. David Kilcullen discusses U.S. military options to address the ISIS "blitzkrieg" strategy in Iraq. Then, a panel of experts explore the fight for Kurdistan and the conflict in the Gaza Strip. And what to do when earthly conflicts affect extraterrestrial policy? Fareed talks to Neil deGrasse Tyson about the future of the U.S. Space Program and its reliance on Russia.
 
24 Aug. 2014
Episode dated 24 August 2014
Jim Sciutto is in for Fareed. Today, Jim covers the ongoing story of the 6.1 earthquake which hit Northern California. Also, Dep. State Dept. Spokesperson Marie Harf discusses the Isis situation and the U.S.'s options with Syria. Then, retired Gen. MIchael Hayden gives his opinions on the situation.
 
31 Aug. 2014
Episode dated 31 August 2014
On GPS Sunday, Fareed is live for the latest on three major crises around the world in Iraq, Ukraine and Gaza. Fareed hears from CNN correspondent Anna Coren who has the latest on the ISIS threat in Iraq after Iraqi forces and U.S. air power broke the siege in Amerli. Then, Zbigniew Brzezinski says movement of Russian forces in Eastern Ukraine can only be viewed as an invasion. And Israel's foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman on his criticism of the ceasefire between Israel and Hamas and Gaza.
 
7 Sep. 2014
Episode dated 7 September 2014
Fareed takes a live look at the two major crises that dominated this week's NATO summit: Russian aggression in Ukraine and the ISIS militants in Iraq. Then, good news about the deficit from Washington, DC? What in the World? And, there's another global crisis brewing in Pakistan - two experts explain the growing tension in the nuclear-armed nation.
 
14 Sep. 2014
Episode dated 14 September 2014
On GPS Sunday, Fareed asks elder statesman Henry Kissinger for his thoughts on ISIS and Ukraine. Plus, why does Kissinger say he is "ambivalent" about Obama? Then, former Jordanian foreign minister? Marwan Muasher on what regional players think about Obama's plan to "destroy" ISIS. Next, Fareed goes to Silicon Valley and speaks with two of today's leading technology innovators. First up, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, whose growing car-sharing enterprise is changing the way we travel. And finally, Fareed hears from Vinod Khosla who is taking big risks by investing in ...
 
5 Oct. 2014
Episode dated 5 October 2014
First, Fareed speaks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about whether his government would negotiate with Hamas. Then, Fareed speaks with Mexican President Enrique Pe?a Nieto about whether marijuana should be legalized. And, did The Cosby Show make it possible for President Obama to be elected, one author thinks so.
 
12 Oct. 2014
Episode dated 12 October 2014
On GPS Sunday, Fareed speaks to the former Prime Minister of Iraqi Kurdistan about the war on ISIS, and gets the view from the ground. Then, is Obama tackling these challenges AND other crises like Ebola effectively? An all-star GPS panel weighs in. Also, the U.S. economy is looking up, but Americans still feel down. What in the world? And finally, who really invented the light bulb? Steven Johnson explains how innovation really happens and why Thomas Edison shouldn't get all the credit.
 
19 Oct. 2014
Episode dated 19 October 2014
On GPS, a reality check on the fears that seem to be gripping many parts of the world. First, is ISIS a threat to the West? Then, Fareed talks to co-discoverer of Ebola about the scope of the crisis and how to contain it. And, Martin Wolf and Rana Foroohar explain whether the global economy is headed toward another recession. Finally, Fareed investigates his own "roots". Does he come from a long line of warriors?
 
26 Oct. 2014
Episode dated 26 October 2014
Fareed is live to look into what the attack on Canada's capital might tell us about the new face of terrorism: are lone wolf attacks the norm? Then, is Obama to blame for the various crises around the world - as some pundits would have you believe - from ISIS to Ebola to concerns that the Democrats might lose the Senate? Finally, can how you relate to a marshmallow predict whether you will have success in life? Fareed sits down with the man behind the famous "Marshmallow test".
 
2 Nov. 2014
Episode dated 2 November 2014
Fareed hashes it out with Sam Harris's over his controversial statements about Islam: is it really the mother lode of bad ideas? Then another debate, on ISIS. Should the West be involved in the fight or is it just a local sectarian conflict? And as apps and new technologies become more and more prevalent, how should the world of regulation respond? Finally, Anthony Bourdain explains what surprised him about the Islamic Republic of Iran.
 
9 Nov. 2014
Episode dated 9 November 2014
Twenty-five years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Fareed talks to two people who watched from the seats of power in Washington D.C. and London: Brent Scowcroft, then-National Security Advisor to President GHW Bush, and Charles Powell, then-foreign policy advisor to British PM Thatcher. Next, Americans turned out to vote for change on Tuesday, but they might not have known what they were voting for. That's according to a new poll on international ignorance. What in the World? Finally, Fareed hears what he says is the first real solution for the seemingly intractable...
 
16 Nov. 2014
Episode dated 16 November 2014
What does last week's meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and President Obama mean for the future of relations between the world's largest economic powers? Fareed gives his take and calls in two Chinese policy experts for their assessment. Then, "Daily Show" Host Jon Stewart & Iranian-born journalist Maziar Bahari join GPS to discuss their new film "Rosewater" and Iran's future under the current regime. And finally, could a new wave of online education spell trouble for the current model of higher education in America? Fareed brings in two big players in the ...
 
23 Nov. 2014
Episode dated 23 November 2014
On GPS, Fareed goes live with several foreign policy analysts to delve into the week's top international headlines from the Iran nuclear talks to Obama's recent immigration reform announcement. Then, with more states voting for marijuana legalization in the midterm elections, is it time to declare an end to the war on drugs? And finally, think you know everything there is to know about Napoleon Bonaparte, the revered and feared first emperor of France? Think again. Napoleon wasn't even short, according to historian Andrew Roberts who is on to talk about his new book, ...
 
30 Nov. 2014
Episode dated 30 November 2014
On GPS, a special look at "innovation." How do you do it? Who is good at it? And what makes a place ripe for it? This Fareed Zakaria GPS special will answer those questions and many more with some of today's top innovators: from Uber's Travis Kalanick and venture capitalist Peter Thiel to businesswoman Linda Rottenberg and author Walter Isaacson who wrote the recent best-seller "The Innovators". We'll also take you INSIDE innovation in progress, as we examine a brand-new start-up that's trying to disrupt a sleepy industry that's been doing business the same way for ...
 
7 Dec. 2014
Episode dated 7 December 2014
On GPS Sunday, an all-star panel goes around the world to discuss Russia's coming recession, the delayed deadline for a nuclear deal with Iran, and the unusual bedfellows in the fight against ISIS. Then, Fareed hears a fascinating story of spying and subterfuge from inside the borders of one of the world's most secretive and closed-off nations: North Korea. And, how to fix American education? Lessons from the man who ran America's largest school system for 10 years. Finally, we have e-books, e-commerce, e-mail. Is e-residency next?
 
14 Dec. 2014
Episode dated 14 December 2014
On GPS Sunday, an all-star panel goes around the world to discuss Russia's coming recession, the delayed deadline for a nuclear deal with Iran, and the unusual bedfellows in the fight against ISIS. Then, Fareed hears a fascinating story of spying and subterfuge from inside the borders of one of the world's most secretive and closed-off nations: North Korea. And, how to fix American education? Lessons from the man who ran America's largest school system for 10 years. Finally, we have e-books, e-commerce, e-mail. Is e-residency next?
 
21 Dec. 2014
Episode dated 21 December 2014
On GPS Sunday, an all-star panel goes around the world to discuss Russia's coming recession, the delayed deadline for a nuclear deal with Iran, and the unusual bedfellows in the fight against ISIS. Then, Fareed hears a fascinating story of spying and subterfuge from inside the borders of one of the world's most secretive and closed-off nations: North Korea. And, how to fix American education? Lessons from the man who ran America's largest school system for 10 years. Finally, we have e-books, e-commerce, e-mail. Is e-residency next?
 
18 Jan. 2015
Episode dated 18 January 2015
On GPS Sunday, an exclusive interview with former CIA director Leon Panetta to talk about the Paris attack, how to stop the NEXT attack, and whether Pres. Obama made a mistake by not attending the unity rally. Then, what in the world will happen to the economy this year? Fareed digs into the data to determine who the economic winners and losers of 2015 will be. And, is radical Islam infiltrating Europe? An expert guest who has done the math says "no!"
 
25 Jan. 2015
Episode dated 25 January 2015
On GPS Sunday, Fareed takes a look at the impact of Saudi Arabian King Abdullah's death. What will it mean for the country's relationship with the West? For the strength of radical Islam? And for the price of oil? Then, from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Fareed asks UK's finance minister if fears of deflation in Europe are founded. And, everyone from CEOs to POTUS is worried about inequality: what in the world are the solutions? Fareed explains the growing problem, and how to fix it.
 
1 Feb. 2015
Episode dated 1 February 2015
On GPS Sunday, a special hour with the President of the United States, Barack Obama. Fareed asks Pres. Obama about Islamic terrorism and problems with Russian President Putin. They discuss drones on the White House lawn and nuclear talks with Iran. Then Fareed turns the conversation to the president himself - what does he believe his legacy will be?
 
8 Feb. 2015
Episode dated 8 February 2015
In the wake of new ISIS atrocities, Fareed asks whether the group is winning or losing. And how should the world respond? Then, a new budget proposal might actually save the government money: what in the world? Fareed looks at the long-term benefits of preschool education. And, as another crisis in Ukraine heats up, Fareed talks to experts about whether a new cold war is on the horizon.
 
15 Feb. 2015
Episode dated 15 February 2015
On GPS Sunday, Fareed talks to Bill Browder -- once the largest foreign investor in Russia but now is on a Russian blacklist -- about what drives President Vladimir Putin. And, as the Greek debt deals come down to the wire, Fareed asks three leading economic thinkers to make sense of Greece's stand-off with the Eurozone. Then, a new report says that freedom is in decline globally -- what in the world? Finally, Bill and Melinda Gates tell Fareed why they are optimistic for the future, and what both women and technological innovation have to do with it.
 
22 Feb. 2015
Episode dated 22 February 2015
On GPS Sunday, Fareed looks at the battle against ISIS. First, as a debate wages about the group's ideology, a panel weighs in on how to describe and deal with the phenomenon President Obama calls "violent extremism." And, a new battle against the terror group heats up, online. Then, John Chambers, chairman and CEO of Cisco, explains how the spread of disruptive technologies will transform lives. Finally, is American power a symptom of luck? And how long will the U.S. remain on top?
 
1 Mar. 2015
Episode dated 1 March 2015
In a special GPS, from Amman, Jordan, Fareed sits down for an exclusive interview with King Abdullah II of Jordan, his first since ISIS brutally murdered a Jordanian Air Force pilot. How did he react to that killing, and how does he think the world should respond to the terror group? Then, is Venezuela on the verge of collapse? Fareed looks at that country's economic decline and increasing authoritarianism. Finally, a conversation with the man who could upset that Israel's politics: opposition leader Isaac Herzog.
 
8 Mar. 2015
Episode dated 8 March 2015
After Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu warned Congress about any nuclear deal with Iran, Fareed asks an expert panel what would happen if the deal fell through and looks at the strange partnership forming between the U.S. and Iran against ISIS. Then, what nation just banned Dick Cheney? Fareed looks one country's economic decline and increasing authoritarianism. Finally, do you know more about your world than a chimpanzee? Fareed's guest, Prof. Hans Rosling, will tell you.
 
15 Mar. 2015
Episode dated 15 March 2015
Moonshots For the 21st Century. Featuring Sending Astronauts to Mars, 3D Printing A Heart, Creating A Star on Earth, Traveling from New York to London in One Hour and Mapping the Brain.
 
22 Mar. 2015
Episode dated 22 March 2015
Today: what does Benjamin Netanyahu's re-election to a 4th term as Prime Minister of Israel mean for relations with Iran, the U.S. and the rest of the world. Then, Fareed sits down for an exclusive interview with Afghanistan's new President Ashraf Ghani who will soon be welcomed at the White House and at Congress. And, is the U.S. turning its back on some of the world's most desperate? Fareed digs in.
 
29 Mar. 2015
Episode dated 29 March 2015
On GPS Sunday, Fareed has latest developments in the chaos in Yemen and the Iran nuclear negotiations in Switzerland. Then, is Islam a religion of peace? Ayaan Hirsi Ali explains why her former religion needs a reformation similar to the one Christianity had. And, Anderson Cooper asks Fareed about his new book, In Defense of a Liberal Education, which looks at the consequences of America's growing fixation on science and technology learning to the detriment of the humanities.
 
5 Apr. 2015
Episode dated 5 April 2015
On GPS Sunday, Fareed digs in to the Iran deal with Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes. Then, an exclusive interview with the great American statesman James Baker on Iran, Russia, peace in the Middle East, and yet another man named Bush who might run for the Presidency.
 
12 Apr. 2015
Episode dated 12 April 2015
On GPS Sunday, Fareed and an all star panel bring you the latest on Hillary Clinton's big announcement. Will she stand for change or continuity? What will she bring to American foreign policy? Then, is the U.S. making progress with two longstanding enemies in Iran and Cuba? And, Malcolm Gladwell on why Americans are the most honest taxpayers in the world.
 
19 Apr. 2015
Episode dated 19 April 2015
On GPS Sunday, Fareed sits down with two former U.S. Treasury Secretaries - Larry Summers on the left and Hank Paulson from the right. What's the one glaring troublespot in the U.S. economy? And is the nation losing out to China? Then, a pope and a politician duke it out over ancient history. Fareed explains what harsh words from Turkey tell us about that country today. And, as Earth Day approaches, Jeffrey Sachs tells Fareed why 2015 is our LAST chance to act on climate change.
 
26 Apr. 2015
Episode dated 26 April 2015
Fareed takes an in-depth look at ISIS: its threat, its aspirations, and what life is really like deep inside its self-styled Islamic State. Then, with the Supreme Court gearing up to hear arguments on gay marriage this week, Fareed explores evidence from other countries. Does gay marriage really destroy the institution of marriage? Next, are we focusing on the wrong kind of virtues? David Brooks explains what it means to live a good life.
 
3 May 2015
Episode dated 3 May 2015
On GPS Sunday, Fareed tackles three of America's biggest foreign policy puzzles. First, to Iran, where the New York Times bureau chief tells Fareed what Iranians think about the nuclear negotiations, both on the street and in the government. Then, Jordan's King Abdullah II explains the rise of ISIS and how the terror group can ultimately be defeated. And, a look deep inside North Korea, the most secretive nation in the world. Finally, drones are most famous for use as killing machines, but some could actually be used to save lives.
 
10 May 2015
Episode dated 10 May 2015
In the wake of the attempted attack in Texas, Fareed talks to former CIA director Michael Hayden about whether ISIS is a threat to the U.S. homeland. Then, Fareed turns to the editor of the Economist to understand the surprising results of the British elections. Finally, with bank vaults full of gold, cash, and jewelry, does it make sense to just rob them? Fareed asks one of Freakonomics duo.
 
17 May 2015
Episode dated 17 May 2015
On a special Seattle edition of GPS, Fareed talks to the city's most famous son, Bill Gates, about innovation, education, energy, and the U.S. economy. Then, Nathan Myrhvold on the many ways that technology can help the poor - starting with a very cool keg. And later, the story of how a drop of blood is changing healthcare and made one woman the youngest female self-made billionaire on Earth.
 

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