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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.

630 - The man likely to be Britain’s next Foreign Secretary, David Lammy, on the US-UK relationship in the age of Trump and more
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  • 630 - The man likely to be Britain’s next Foreign Secretary, David Lammy, on the US-UK relationship in the age of Trump and more

    Today on the show, Fareed speaks with David Lammy, British Labour politician and Shadow Foreign Secretary, about the upcoming UK election in which Labour is expected to win in a landslide. They also discuss what a Labour government’s approach to a second Trump presidency would look like, as well as the UK’s foreign policy amid wars in the Gaza and Ukraine.    Then, The Economist’s Paris bureau chief Sophie Pedder joins the show to break down President Macron’s decision to call snap elections in France, and the risk this gamble poses for his party’s political future.    Finally, economics professor and author of “The Longevity Imperative” Andrew Scott explains how to navigate the promises and the challenges that come with our increasingly long lifespans, from promoting healthy aging to building multi-phase careers.    Guests: David Lammy (@DavidLammy), Sophie Pedder (@PedderSophie), Andrew Scott (@ProfAndrewScott)    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

    Mon, 24 Jun 2024
  • 629 - The latest ceasefire proposal in the war in Gaza and why Hamas won’t accept it; What the West plans to do with $300 billion in frozen Russian assets; Bill Gates on his new nuclear reactor; How AI will revolutionize education

    Today on the show, the UN Security Council approves the Biden-backed ceasefire proposal for the Israel-Hamas war. Sanam Vakil, director of the Middle East and North Africa Programme at Chatham House, explains why Hamas isn’t accepting the plan.    Next, the Financial Times’ Gillian Tett talks about the controversial move by Western nations this week to offer a $50 billion loan to Ukraine on the back of roughly $300 billion in frozen Russian assets.   Then, Bill Gates broke ground this week on a new nuclear reactor in Wyoming. He joins the show to tell Fareed why he thinks that more investment in nuclear energy is crucial to combatting climate change.    After that, Sal Khan, founder and CEO of Khan Academy, discusses the positive role that AI can play in education.    Finally, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has a controversial new plan to deal with immigration. He wants to send asylum seekers all the way to Rwanda. Fareed lays out the deal that the UK government has signed with the East African nation, and how the plan is playing out in the upcoming election.    GUESTS: Sanam Vakil (@SanamVakil), Gillian Tett (@gilliantett), Bill Gates (@BillGates), Sal Khan (@salkhanacademy)  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

    Mon, 17 Jun 2024
  • 628 - Richard Haass on the latest ceasefire proposal and the prospects for peace in the Middle East

    Richard Haass, President Emeritus of the Council on Foreign Relations, joins to break down the newest ceasefire proposal in the Israel-Hamas war, and what will be necessary for lasting peace in Gaza.  Next, the New Yorker’s Jonathan Blitzer discusses the Biden Administration’s new border policy, its potential political effects, and how the new asylum cap fits into the American immigration system more broadly.  Then, Denise Dresser, professor at the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico, tells Fareed about the recent election results in Mexico and explains why she thinks Claudia Sheinbaum’s victory is actually a win for autocracy.  Finally, Fareed is joined by investor and author Ruchir Sharma to discuss his new book, “What Went Wrong with Capitalism”.  GUESTS: Richard Haass (@RichardHaass), Jonathan Blitzer (@JonathanBlitzer), Denise Dresser (@DeniseDresserG), Ruchir Sharma  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

    Mon, 10 Jun 2024
  • 627 - ‘Why Iran Hates America’

    Following the death of Iran’s President Raisi in a helicopter crash, and amidst ongoing tensions in the Middle East, Fareed Zakaria examines Iran's decades-old animosity towards America, tracing it back to the 1979 embassy hostage crisis and U.S. support for Saddam Hussein's invasion of Iran. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

    Mon, 03 Jun 2024
  • 626 - Human rights trailblazer Aryeh Neier on Israel’s genocide accusation, Bill Maher on the left and right in America, Doris Kearns Goodwin revisits the 1960s

    The ICC requests arrest warrants for Benjamin Netanyahu and his defense minister. Fareed speaks to Aryeh Neier, a founder of Human Rights Watch and a Jewish American who fled Nazi Germany in 1939, who has studied the situation closely and come to some tough conclusions. Next, Bill Maher talks to Fareed about the state of democracy, the left and right, and whether men have lost the ability to communicate with women. Lessons in leadership for President Biden from the master storyteller Doris Kearns Goodwin.   Guests: Aryeh Neier, Bill Maher(@billmaher), Doris Kearns Goodwin (@DorisKGoodwin)    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

    Mon, 27 May 2024
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