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Fareed Zakaria GPS Audio Podcast by Fareed Zakaria

Fareed Zakaria GPS Audio Podcast

by Fareed Zakaria

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


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i wish cnn wasn't so leftist
Reviewer jason30
 August 12, 2013
I wish cnn had a independent view on the news and they would be much better

Niall Ferguson versus Economists
Reviewer mlneale
 June 17, 2012
Why would you and others treat Niall Ferguson as an economist? He is an historian. He has studied economic history but his aggressive display of OPINIONS do not compete with the top economists. I have seen him interviewed many times (not recently thank heavens, until today) and can't believe his stupid opinions. I can see why a lot of people might be impressed because he supports austerity and people don't understand that the deficit can't be heavily worked on before the economy improves. They are brain-washed to think the deficit has to be dealt with first or our country will be destroyed.

You are Very smart so why do you have Ferguson on your program for his 'opinions'?

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GPS March 29th

Author: CNN
Tue, Mar 31, 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.

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GPS March 22nd

Author: CNN
Mon, Mar 23, 2015


On GPS Sunday, 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.

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GPS March 15th: Moonshots for the 21st Century

Author: CNN
Tue, Mar 17, 2015


In this Fareed Zakaria GPS special, Fareed explores inspiring futuristic endeavors in science and technology. Will astronauts reach Mars by the 2030s? Will it soon be possible to 3D-print human organs for transplant? Hear from the scientists who may turn these technological pipedreams into reality. The special also takes a look at harnessing the energy of nuclear fusion reactions to create a new limitless energy source, innovations in hypersonic flight and unlocking the power of the mind by mapping the brain.

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GPS March 8th

Author: CNN
Mon, Mar 09, 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.

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GPS March 1st

Author: CNN
Mon, Mar 02, 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.

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GPS February 22nd

Author: CNN
Mon, Feb 23, 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?

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GPS March 24th

Author: CNN
Mon, Mar 25, 2013


What is the answer to America's growth problem? According to Nobel Prize winning economist Paul Krugman, you need to spend, spend, spend. Fareed and Krugman strike up a lively debate. Then, a frontier where the U.S. seems to be falling behind India and China: the space race. Neil DeGrasse Tyson looks at the implications. And, what Asia's rise means for the world: 1-on-1 with Singapore's Kishore Mahbubani.

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GPS March 17th

Author: CNN
Mon, Mar 18, 2013


What to do about North Korea? As Pyongyang gets ever more belligerent, Fareed talks to two men deeply involved in crafting Washington's East Asian policy: former Ambassador to S. Korea Donald Gregg, and Victor Cha of Georgetown University. Then, 10 years on from the start of the war in Iraq: what went wrong, why, and what needs to be done now -- Fareed speaks to one of the original architects of that war, Paul Wolfowitz. And in What in the World, why hundreds of Chinese are suddenly getting divorced.

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GPS March 17th

Author: CNN
Mon, Mar 18, 2013


What to do about North Korea? As Pyongyang gets ever more belligerent, Fareed talks to two men deeply involved in crafting Washington's East Asian policy: former Ambassador to S. Korea Donald Gregg, and Victor Cha of Georgetown University. Then, 10 years on from the start of the war in Iraq: what went wrong, why, and what needs to be done now -- Fareed speaks to one of the original architects of that war, Paul Wolfowitz. And in What in the World, why hundreds of Chinese are suddenly getting divorced.

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GPS March 3rd

Author: CNN
Mon, Mar 04, 2013


Why does Iran think nuclear talks have reached a "turning point"? Fareed has an exclusive, rare interview with Iran's Ambassador to the United Nations, Mohammad Khazaee. Also, the United States gets sequestered: but what does it really mean and what impact will it have? Fareed convenes an all-star panel. All that, and What in the World -- why one world leader refuses to watch an Oscar-nominated film that was made in his own country.

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GPS February 24th

Author: CNN
Mon, Feb 25, 2013


On Fareed Zakaria GPS this week, a special Oscar night panel: Zero Dark Thirty brings up some important points about torture. Is it necessary? Did it really lead to the capture of Osama bin Laden? Fareed talks to former CIA Director Michael Hayden and others about waterboarding, interrogation techniques, the ethics of drones, hacking, and more. Plus, what are planet earth's plans for defense against the next big meteor or asteroid? Do we even have one? Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson has the answers. And in What in the World, why a body of water the size of the Dead Sea has gone completely AWOL from the Middle East.

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GPS February 17th

Author: CNN
Mon, Feb 18, 2013


On Fareed Zakaria GPS this week, global perspective on gun control. 17 years ago, Australia had its own Sandy Hook. A young man with an AR-15 assault rifle killed 35 men, women, and children. And Australians resolved to do something about it: they banned semi-automatic weapons, and launched a mandatory national buy-back program. The result? Not a single gun massacre in Australia since 1996 and general gun deaths down precipitously. Can America learn any lessons from Australia? Fareed speaks to the man who pushed through the ban Down Under: former Prime Minister John Howard. Also on the show this week, former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers on how to create jobs in America.

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