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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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  3.5  Stars Based on 3 ratings


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 would provide a video podcast for this show.
Reviewer ADVISOR
 June 07, 2015
I wish CNN would provide a video podcast for this show.

I'm currently living overseas where CNN is not aired on television and Internet is my only source.

At the same time, in my opinion, this show's audience are pretty internationalized since it proportionally focuses on world affairs rather than keep talking America politics like many other Sunday talk shows. And most overseas audience can't watch CNN in where they are.

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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Presidential Report Card, Int'l Procreation Push, Battlefield Lessons For The Boardroom

Author: CNN
Sun, Aug 30, 2015

Fareed's Take: America's Racial Divide. Lessons on race from an unlikely source: Singapore. Ethnic quotas are mandated in neighborhoods. This is what is meant when people call the Singapore government a "nanny state". America remains segregated - public schools have become less diverse in the last two decades. Roundtable discussion: Obama's Report Card Rose: Obama "has done a pretty decent job on foreign policy" Abrams: On Iran nuclear deal, What are we getting on human rights fro the deal? Beinart: Polls show Obama is more popular around the world than George W. Bush. Obama is in a position like Nixon was after Vietnam. O'Sullivan: "Strategic restraint" in the MidEast is a euphemism for inaction Segment: What in the world? How to MAKE people make babies. How do you get people to have more babies? This is a burning question for many governments around the globe. "Do it for Denmark" addresses the stagnate and eventually shrinking national population. How to promote procreation? Cut costs of weddings, offered cars and encouraged nights for baby making. Americas population, according to Pew between 2010-2050 will grow by 27% Leadership Lessons: Retired U.S. General Stanley McChrystal teaches us how to lead Speaks with us about his new book, "Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World". Fareed: When you looked at successful examples of leadership? McChrystal: "You win the trust of the people and then you unleash their initiative." These are battlefield lessons for the boardroom. McChrystal offers his checklist for being a good leader. Segment: Fareed interviews Dame Helen Mirren She's played everything from a Queen to a Mossad agent, but never a Bond Girl. Mirren: "I really hope that we're going to see a female president." Mirren: Clinton "is a lioness." Guests and contributors to this episode are Gideon Rose, Meghan O'Sullivan, Elliot Abrams, Peter Beinart, Stanley McChrystal, Helen Mirren

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"Most Dangerous" Threat Facing U.S., Inside Enemy Territory, Women In Combat

Author: CNN
Mon, Aug 24, 2015

Ukrainian military actions by Russian troops send signals to the rest of Europe and the globe. Supreme Leader of Iran, Ali Khamenei, took to Twitter threatening to destroy Israel. The first Larry Cohler-Esses of The Forward was the first Jewish-Israeli credentialed as a journalist since 1979 Iranian Revolution. Cohler-Esses reports on Jewish life in Iran. 9-20,000 Jews today down from 100,000. Women in Combat. Are robots and machines going to take over all of our jobs. Dereck Thompson of the Atlantic discusses his recent cover story, "A World Without Work, For centuries, experts have predicted that machines would make workers obsolete. That moment may finally be arriving. Could that be a good thing?" Youngstown, Ohio is a bellwether of our technology driven future. As manufacturing and steel industries collapsed the community "cobbled together work." We are now a Services economy. Technology on the horizon will wipe out many of these Services jobs.

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America's four big foreign policy challenges: Iran, Iraq, China and Russia.

Author: CNN
Mon, Aug 17, 2015

We start with Iran and President Obama's case for it. Israel rebuts this claim. Ron Dermer, Israel's Ambassador to the United States. China's currency is falling, we'll talk with former US Ambassador to China and former presidential candidate - John Huntsman. Economies and markets react quickly. This makes Donald Trump crazy. Why is Russia destroying 100 of tons of food when it's own people are struggling to get by? Vladimir Putin has declared a war on cheese, bacon and tomatoes. A Harvard Law professor is running for president. No, it's not Elizabeth Warren . . . it's Lawrence Lessig. Defeating ISIS is a priority for the world. Syria is in the midst of civil war and Iraq has been in a low grade one for the last 12 years. Quotes: John Huntsman, "China is no longer an average player in the global economy. They are the second largest economy in the world." Quotes: Lawrence Lessig, "Climate change legislation will not be passed in the United States until we address this corrupt system for funding campaigns first." Guests: Lawrence Lessig, John Huntsman, Ron Dermer, Dexter Filkins.

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