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.

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July 14, 2024 42 mins
Today on the show, Fareed is joined by an expert panel to discuss the assassination attempt on former President Donald Trump. Eurasia Group president Ian Bremmer, New Yorker staff writer Evan Osnos, and CNN presidential historian Timothy Naftali all join to talk about the political implications of the attack and growing global concerns surrounding the health of American democracy.    Next, CNN’s Chief Law Enforcement and Intelligen...
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From the border to the economy, to the cartels, America and Mexico have a relationship that has been crucial and complicated. America blames Mexico for its deadly drug prices while American demand helps keep the cartels in business. Millions pour over the southern border. But without Mexico's help, there would likely be millions and millions more. In a myriad of ways, this pivotal relationship and how America chooses to shape it h...
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Today on the show, Fareed is joined by Financial Times columnist Edward Luce and staff writer at The Atlantic David Frum to discuss the fallout from Thursday night’s presidential debate. Should Biden drop out of the race? They discuss the calculations taking place within the Democratic Party and the stakes of a potential second Trump term. Next, former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert talks to Fareed about why Olmert believes th...
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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 ...
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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 froze...
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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,...
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June 3, 2024 48 mins
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 podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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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 leade...
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Today on the show, General David Petraeus who commanded US and coalition forces in Iraq joins Fareed to discuss what America’s counterinsurgency strategy there can teach Israel in its war in Gaza. Plus, Russia’s new offensive near Kharkiv and what it means for Ukraine’s defenses.  Next, Raghuram Rajan, former chief of India’s central bank, sits down with Fareed to discuss India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s economic record and w...
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Today on the show, former Israeli foreign minister Tzipi Livni joins to discuss the way that the war in Gaza is being received in Israel, and the prospects for a ceasefire.  Then, former Palestinian Authority foreign minister Nasser al-Kidwa discusses the state of the Israel-Hamas war, and who should govern Gaza after it ends. Next, Susan Shirk, founding chair of the 21st Century China Foundation, joins the show to discuss Xi Jinpi...
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Description: Today on the show, in the wake of the continuing Gaza war protests on campuses, Fareed is joined by Bernard Avishai and Ezzedine Fishere, who co-teach a class at Dartmouth College on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. They discuss how universities can foster productive debates, and whether there is a path to lasting peace after the war.  Next, Admiral James Stavridis (ret.) tells Fareed about how AI will continue to tra...
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Today on the show, as college campuses are embroiled in protests against Israel’s war in Gaza, Fareed hosts a spirited debate with New York Times columnist Bret Stephens and Columbia University professor Bruce Robbins. They discuss the limits of free speech and the US’s role in the war.  Then, former Israeli ambassador to the US Michael Oren joins the show to talk to Fareed about the looming ground operation in Rafah, and what Isra...
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Today on the show, Fareed is joined by the head of Ukraine’s Office of the President Andriy Yermak to discuss the US aid bill that passed the House this weekend and its impact, as Ukraine braces for a new Russian offensive.   Then, Jordanian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ayman Safadi talks to Fareed about the tit-for-tat strikes between Israel and Iran, and why he thinks the focus must remain on Israel’s pol...
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Today on the show, CNN’s chief international correspondent Clarissa Ward joins from Tel Aviv to break down the calculations taking place within Netanyahu’s government about how and if to respond.  Then, Fareed speaks with The New York Times’ David Sanger and Vali Nasr, former senior adviser at the US Department of State, about the potential for further escalation following Iran’s attack. They also talk about what this most recent d...
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This week on the show, Fareed speaks with former Israeli prime minister Naftali Bennett about the war in Gaza, and whether Israel’s current strategy can eradicate Hamas. They also discuss Prime Minister Netanyahu’s political position, and whether Bennett might run to be Israel’s next prime minister.  Then, Finland’s new president Alexander Stubb joins the show to discuss his recent trip to Kyiv, the potential impact of a second Tru...
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This week on the show, Fareed speaks with former State Department director of policy planning Richard Haass about the widening rift between the U.S. and Israel over the war in Gaza and settlements in the West Bank.   Then, The Atlantic’s Graeme Wood joins to sift through the many theories about who was behind the recent terror attack in Moscow. Next, former Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer talks to Fareed about his new book, “R...
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In this special episode, Fareed shares an extended excerpt from his new book, "Age of Revolutions: Progress and Backlash from 1600 to the Present." The book is available now in print, ebook and audiobook. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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This week on the show, Fareed interviews Daniel Byman, director of Georgetown University’s Center for Security Studies, to discuss the horrific terrorist attack near Moscow on Friday. What is the state of Islamic extremism today, and is Putin laying the groundwork to blame Ukraine?    Then, the rift between the U.S. and Israel is widening while Prime Minister Netanyahu stands firm on a planned ground invasion in Rafah. Fareed hosts...
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This week on the show, Fareed speaks with Shibley Telhami, Anwar Sadat professor for peace and development at the University of Maryland, about Netanyahu’s plans for Rafah, and Chuck Schumer’s calls for elections in Israel. Is the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict a mirage? Then, the U.S. House of representatives passed a bill this week that could lead to a bank on TikTok. Fareed hosts a spirited debate with Ko...
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This week on the show, Fareed hosts an all-star panel with The New Yorker's Susan Glasser and Ian Bremmer of The Eurasia Group. They discuss President Biden's reelection challenges, his administration's response to the war in Gaza, and the obstacles to securing more US funding for Ukraine. Then, CNN Anchor and Chief National Security Analyst Jim Sciutto joins the show to talk about US concerns surrounding Russia's potential use of ...
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