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On GPS: How to catch a Russian spy

Fareed sits down with former double-agent Naveed Jamali to hear about how he helped the FBI catch a Russian spy.


Major Boost in Finance is Key to Helping Asia Manage Climate Change

Asia needs at least $40 billion annually to adapt to climate change. Climate finance will need to come from different sources, such as multilateral …

Climate Change

What in the World: The threat of nuclear terrorism

As the world worries about ISIS and Iran obtaining nuclear weapons, Fareed explains how the world can prevent nuclear theft through greater oversight.


On GPS: Is the U.S. losing the space race to China?

Former NASA astronaut Leroy Chiao tells Fareed why the U.S. needs to invest more resources in space, as China is doing.


Fareed's Take: How Singapore gets diversity right

Does mandating diversity work? Fareed looks at how Singapore has managed its ethnic diversity.


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Renting: Awful for Just About Everyone Right Now

Twenty-five percent of Americans are spending more than half of their income just to keep a roof over their head.

If you’ve gone through the painstaking process of renting a new apartment in the past few years, you probably faced some sticker-shock. Vacancy rates are low, really low. And despite …


The View on Twitter

.@FareedZakaria will chat with @TheView co-hosts about education, and one particular "experience" he had at Yale...


What U.S. can learn from Singapore

(CNN) — In thinking about the United States' enduring racial divide, I found myself intrigued by lessons from an unlikely source: Singapore. To help prepare for a trip there next week (as a guest of the National University of Singapore), I asked the country's deputy prime minister, Tharman …


On GPS: Debating the souring of U.S.-Israeli relations

Fareed sits down with former Israeli ambassador to the U.S. & the former U.S. ambassador to Israel to find out who is to blame for the cooler relationship.

Middle East

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On GPS: A heated debate on U.S.-Israel relations

U.S.-Israeli relations are colder than in recent memory. Two former ambassadors - one from each side - argue about their countries' messaging.

Time Warner

Andrew Sullivan on the evolution of gay rights in U.S.

Gay Rights

What America can learn from Singapore about racial integration - The Washington Post

In thinking about the United States’ enduring racial divide, I found myself intrigued by lessons from an unlikely source: Singapore. To help prepare for a trip there next week (as a guest of the National University of Singapore), I asked the country’s deputy prime minister, Tharman Shanmugaratnam, …


Last Look: Bringing back Buddha - CNN Video


Fareed's Take: A sustainable path on Earth

Fareed responds to the Pope's climate change encyclical, calling for a continued revolution in energy technology and a new one in public policy.


On GPS: Is China winning the race for space supremacy?

Is China beating the U.S. in a new space race? Former NASA astronaut Leroy Chiao tells Fareed what he's learned about the Chinese space program.


On GPS: Treasury Secretary Lew - CNN Video


Rightfully Reversing Decades of Secessionist Rehabilitation

In the wake of the Charleston massacre, a bipartisan consensus has formed in South Carolina to take down the Confederate flag that has been flying …

Conservative News

On GPS: Who picks the portraits for the bills?

Treasury Secretary Jack Lew tells Fareed how the final decision will be made about the portrait of the new $10 bill.

Headscarves and Hymens: Why the Middle East Needs a Sexual Revolution Hardcover – April 21, 2015

Middle East

Fareed Zakaria: The solution to gun violence is clear - The Washington Post

Announcing Wednesday that he would send proposals on reducing gun violence in America to Congress, President Obama mentioned a number of sensible gun-control measures. But he also paid homage to the Washington conventional wisdom about the many and varied causes of this calamity — from mental …


Lew on the repercussions if Greece exits the eurozone

What does a potential Greek failure mean for the global economy? Treasury Secretary Lew explains he hopes Greece reaches an agreement to stay on the euro.


Lew on why Hamilton will share space on the $10 bill

On GPS, Treasury Secretary Lew explains why the portraits on $10 bill are changing. What does security have to do with it?

Do Britain’s gunless bobbies provide answers for America’s police? - The Washington Post

LONDON — To join the few and the proud who police Britain’s streets with a gun, first you have to walk the beat unarmed for years.

Then there is the rigorous selection process — an unforgiving complement of fitness tests, psychological appraisals and marksmanship exams. Finally, there is the …