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By Fareed Zakaria | Join me and explore global issues and engage with diverse and unique perspectives.

The mealy-mouthed cowardice of America’s elites after Charlottesville

Much of the United States has reacted swiftly and strongly to President Trump’s grotesque suggestion that there is a moral equivalence between the white supremacists who converged last weekend on Charlottesville and those who protested against them. But the delayed, qualified and mealy-mouthed …

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On GPS: Bill Maher on Trump supporters

Bill Maher tells Fareed how political correctness hurt the Democratic party with "many, many gettable voters."

Maher on the struggles of "Middle America"

On GPS: Bill Maher shares how his travels around the U.S. tipped him off to Trump's appeal in communities struggling with joblessness and addiction.

Can Trump change North Korea's behavior?

On GPS, former Australian PM Kevin Rudd asks if Trump's "strategic unpredictability" will result in a new strategy to halt the North Korean nuclear program.

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Trump has been making ominous threats his whole life

How did we get here? Why does it appear that we’re on the brink of a war in Asia, one that could involve nuclear weapons? North Korea has had nuclear-weapons capacity for at least 10 years. Have its recent advances been so dramatic and significant to force the United States to wage a preventive …

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Last Look: North Dakota's prison reform

Fareed takes a look at reforms to North Dakota's state prison system, inspired by the Norwegian style of incarceration.

What in the World: Dealing with disinformation

Fareed digs in to the rise of fake news and how best to safeguard against it.

On GPS: Al Gore talks climate, Trump

Former VP Gore gives Fareed his take on the state of the world today, from the threat of climate change to polarization in American democracy.