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Fareed Zakaria GPS

Fareed Zakaria GPS


Fareed Zakaria GPS takes a comprehensive look at foreign affairs and global policies through in-depth, one-on-one interviews and fascinating roundtable discussions.

574 - Inside Putin's Russia; Is China peaking?; Knowledge in the digital age
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  • 574 - Inside Putin's Russia; Is China peaking?; Knowledge in the digital age

    This week Fareed hosts a panel on Russia with Puck's founding partner and Washington Correspondent Julia Ioffe and Russian investigative journalist Andrei Soldatov. They discuss the power dynamics between Putin, the Russian military, and mercenary leader Yevgeny Prigozhin, as well as what the impending Ukrainian counteroffensive could mean for this war. Keyu Jin, a professor of economics at LSE, joins the show to talk about her recent book "The New China Playbook," and what she says Westerners don’t understand about the Chinese economy. Plus, author Simon Winchester speaks with Fareed about human knowledge…and what effect those supercomputers in our pockets - smartphones - have had on our brains.

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    Sun, 28 May 2023
  • 573 - Pakistan’s Former Prime Minister Imran Khan on his arrest; the war in Ukraine & U.S. foreign policy; the continued appeal of strongman populism

    This week Fareed hosts a panel with AEI Director of Foreign and Defense Policy Studies Kori Schake and Council on Foreign Relations Fellow Gideon Rose, who are both just back from Ukraine. They discuss the state of the war, the U.S. debt ceiling crisis, and Biden's foreign policy. Then, Fareed speaks with former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, recently arrested and released on bail, for his side of the story. Finally, Pippa Norris, a professor of comparative politics at Harvard University, joins the show to discuss Turkey's recent elections and how they illustrate a rise in the success of populism globally.

    GUESTS: Kori Schake (@KoriSchake), Gideon Rose, Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI), Pippa Norris (@PippaN15)

    Air Date: May 21, 2023.

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    Sun, 21 May 2023
  • 572 - U.S. border crisis; Britain's plan to ban migrants on boats; how America’s debt ceiling crisis looks abroad; Syria back in Arab League

    Jeh Johnson, the former U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security, joins the show this week to talk about the migration crisis as American authorities lose an important tool to keep order at the U.S./Mexico border. Then, The Economist’s Mian Ridge explains Britain's highly controversial immigration bill which would ban migrants arriving via boat. Hear why she believes it is not the right solution. Fareed also speaks with Martin Wolf, Chief Economics Commentator for The Financial Times, in the leadup to America’s debt ceiling deadline. How does this circus look from abroad? And how would a default impact the international financial system? Plus, Fawaz Gerges, Professor of International Relations at The London School of Economics, talks to Fareed about the Arab League's decision this week to welcome Syria back into the organization…and what he thinks a post-American Middle East might look like. 

    GUESTS: Mian Ridge (@mianridge), Martin Wolf (@martinwolf_), Fawaz Gerges (@FawazGerges) 

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    Sun, 14 May 2023
  • 571 - King Charles III coronation; America’s position in the world; a new documentary on Ukraine

    Joanna Coles, former chief content officer for Heart Magazines, joins the show this week to talk about King Charles III's coronation and the future of the British monarchy. Then, Fareed hosts a global panel with The Economist's Editor-in-Chief Zanny Minton Beddoes and Executive Director of the Lowy Institute Michael Fullilove to discuss the U.S. debt ceiling crisis, America's position on the world stage and China’s reaction to the deal that will send nuclear subs to Australia. Plus, Fareed speaks with French philosopher and filmmaker Bernard-Henri Lévy about what he witnessed in Ukraine while filming his new documentary, Slava Ukraini.

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    Sun, 07 May 2023
  • 570 - Israeli PM on judicial reforms; Middle East tensions and Iran's nuclear program; lessons from the pandemic

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sits down for an interview with Fareed this week to discuss the controversy over his government’s judicial overhaul plan and what it would mean for the country's democracy. They also discuss Israel's relationship with its Arab neighbors and the U.S., and Netanyahu shares his thoughts on how to prevent Iran from becoming a nuclear power. Plus, Fareed speaks to Philip Zelikow, Director of The Covid Crisis Group, about the group's recent report, "Lessons from the Covid War," and what its findings reveal about the U.S. response to the pandemic. 

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    Sun, 30 Apr 2023
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