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Host, columnist, and best-selling author Fareed Zakaria offers insightful analysis and interviews world leaders, artists, scientists, business leaders, global affairs analysts, and other cultural observers for the "Global Public Square." Zakaria is also a syndicated columnist for The Washington Post, a contributing editor for The Atlantic magazine, and hosts in-depth, prime-time specials for CNN Worldwide. "Fareed Zakaria GPS" was launched in 2008 and each week's program airs worldwide on CNN, from New York or other locations around the world. The program is characterized by smart debate and discussion on world events and public affairs, designed to help viewers understand the world around them and the newest thinking on the globe's biggest challenges.

Latest episodes

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President Emmanuel Macron of France; the objectives of the inaugural Paris Peace Forum; the future of the EU; the transnational Alliance; multilateral agreements to solve challenges such as conflict and war; economic reform plans for France.
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Panel discussion on the upcoming American midterm elections; the state of democracy around the world.
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How the case of murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi impacts the U.S.-Saudi relationship; asking what Russian President Vladimir Putin wants from America; how the United States should handle its bilateral relationships with Russia and China.
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The disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and the always complicated U.S.-Saudi relationship; what a car says about a person's politics.
aired 30 days ago
The latest on the case of missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi; the U.S. trade war with China.
aired 37 days ago
Former Secretaries of State Madeleine Albright and Colin Powell discuss President Trump, the political divide, and relations with China, Iran and Russia.
aired 44 days ago
The facts about Mexican immigration to the U.S.; how to counter Russian aggression.
aired 51 days ago
The possibility of Michael Bloomberg winning the presidency in 2020 as an Independent or as a centrist Democrat, and his views on climate change, the economy, markets, and tariff wars with China.
aired 58 days ago
The Global Public Square helps you make sense of the world, with insights from CNN's Fareed Zakaria.
aired 65 days ago
John Kerry talks about what he has called a "constitutional crisis" at the White House; the upcoming 2018 midterm elections.
aired 72 days ago
The state of America; why politicians will not address long-term problems.
aired 79 days ago
The State of America outside of the Beltway; why politicians won't address long-term problems.
aired 86 days ago
The trouble with tariffs in Turkey; a trade war with China; climate change and the long hot summer of 2018.
aired 93 days ago
How foreign affairs landed in the middle of America's domestic politics; one year after the deadly white supremacist marches in Charlottesville, Va.
aired 100 days ago
U.S.-Mexico relations; why it would be good economics to guarantee every American a job; the border wall, immigration and trade.
aired 107 days ago
The Global Public Square helps you make sense of the world, with insights from CNN's Fareed Zakaria.
aired 114 days ago
The state of U.S.-Russia relations after the controversial Helsinki summit; the possibility of Russia hacking the 2018 election.
aired 121 days ago
A tense NATO summit and an awkward UK visit; what President Trump can expect in Helsinki with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
aired 128 days ago
Fareed Zakaria addresses what he sees as the real reasons for Kim Jong Un's sudden transformation; stories of Kim Jong Un's father and grandfather; how the fearsome North Korean propaganda machine was developed.
aired 135 days ago
President Trump at NATO; previewing President Trump's visit to the U.K.; a 31-year journalist explains what motivates her to now want to become a teacher.
aired 142 days ago
U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein discusses U.S. border policy; astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson discusses President Trump's call for adding a "Space Force" branch to the U.S. military.

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