Fareed Zakaria GPS - Season 3

Sunday 1:00 PM on CNN Premiered Jun 08, 2008 Between Seasons




Episode Guide

  • 11/17/13
    Episode 20131117
    Fareed speaks with Stephen Flynn, and Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Laurie Garrett for their take on why Typhoon Haiyan was so deadly. New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof and The Council on Foreign Relations' Elizabeth Economy offer their takes on China's new leaders. And, Pulitzer Prize-winning writer, biographer, and historian Robert Caro on the Kennedy assassination.moreless
  • 11/03/13
    Episode 20131103
    In light of revelations that the National Security Agency allegedly tapped German Chancellor Angela Merkel's phone, are relations between Washington and Berlin endangered? Fareed speaks with former German Defense Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg. Next, the American side of the story. Who gave the NSA permission to spy on leaders of allies? Former NSA and CIA chief Michael Hayden responds. And, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg on his legacy, as he prepares to step down.moreless
  • 10/27/13
    Episode 20131027
    France & Germany are angry about revelations of U.S. phone-tapping, and Saudi Arabia is disappointed by U.S. policies in the Middle East. What can Washington do? Fareed speaks with a panel of experts. Plus, re-thinking the Bible: Malcolm Gladwell explains why the David and Goliath story was about an underdog ... except that the real underdog may have been Goliath.moreless
  • 10/20/13
    Episode 20131020
    Can Washington bounce back? Fareed speaks with an old GOP hand who has held each of the following jobs: White House Chief of Staff, Treasury Secretary, and Secretary of State -- an exclusive with James Baker. Later, What in the world: why Africa's leaders stay in power for so long. And, 1-on-1 with Chile's President, Sebasti?n Pi?era.moreless
  • 10/13/13
    Episode 20131013
    Why is Washington so polarized? And what can be done about it? Fareed speaks with three experts: Norman Ornstein, Jeffrey Toobin, and Vanessa Williamson. Also, Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein on the economy, globalization, and inequality in America. And, What in the World: Advantage China, as Pres. Obama misses two big summits in Asia.moreless
  • 10/06/13
    Episode 90
    Two exclusive interviews. First, Iran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif - on the nuclear negotiations, why his country needs nuclear energy, on the United States, and on Israel. Then, rockstar and activist Bono. The U2 frontman talks about the fight against HIV, the benefits of foreign aid, Africa, U.S. politics, and more. All that plus Fareed's Take on the U.S. government shutdown.moreless
  • 9/29/13
    Episode 89
    Four exclusive interviews. First, U.S. National Security Advisor Susan Rice on the way forward with Iran, and what to do about Syria. Then, 1-on-1 with Iran's only Jewish parliamentarian: what is it like to be a Jew in Tehran? How does one reconcile with the country's politics? Later, how the terror group Al-Shabaab was spawned, with Somali President Hassan Sheik Mohamud. And finally, 1-on-1 with Turkey's President, Abdullah G?l - on the conflict in neighboring Syria, and on the protests in Turkey this summer.moreless
  • 9/22/13
    Episode 88
    An exclusive 1-on-1 with Bill Clinton, the 42nd President of the United States of America. In a wide-ranging discussion, Clinton discusses Obama's options in Syria, the economy, the NSA spying controversy, the next Fed Chair, U.S. politics, the Clinton Foundation, and whether his wife Hillary will run for President. All that, plus: Fareed's take on the two other big issues of the week - talking with Iran, and elections in Germany.moreless
  • 9/15/13
    Episode 87
    Fareed is live from New York today. The show starts with two elder statesmen of political affairs, Henry Kissinger and Zbigniew Brzezinski. Then, former Chairman of UNSCOM Richard Butler who discusses his opinions on destroying Syria's chemical weapons. And, Anthony Bourdain discusses his recent visit to Jerusalem.
  • 9/08/13
    Episode 86
    What should Washington do about Syria? GPS convenes a shadow National Security Council with former staffers from both sides of the aisle: Paul Wolfowitz, James Steinberg, Wesley Clark, and Nicholas Burns. Later, a legal quandary: does Pres. Obama need Congressional approval to strike Syria? Jeffery Toobin debates Steven Groves. And, why France is backing Obama on Syria: 1-on-1 with French philosopher Bernard-Henri L?vymoreless
  • 9/01/13
    Episode 85
    A special program on the crisis in Syria, live from Istanbul. Turkey shares a 500-mile border with Syria: Fareed looks at the regional implications of Syria's crisis, and the ramifications of a potential U.S.-led attack on Damascus. Richard Haass, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Fawaz Gerges and other experts weigh in.
  • 8/25/13
    Episode 84
    Fareed offers his take on global unrest around the world, and why he thinks it's part of a natural journey towards liberal democracy. Then, 1-on-1 with the world's youngest self-made female billionaire: Sara Blakely tells her story of how she started Spanx with nothing more than $5,000 and an idea everyone thought would never work. Plus, where the world will live in the future: Fareed convenes a panel of thinkers and academics on cities and the global trend of urbanization.moreless
  • 8/18/13
    Episode 83
    What does the future hold for Egypt, and what can Washington do to help? Bret Stephens debates Peter Beinart. Then, is America over-regulated? Fareed puts that to Pres. Obama's former "regulation czar" Cass Sunstein. In What in the World some good news for America: common sense is kicking in on prison reform. And, the Middle East's other revolution: how the region is becoming a hot-bed of innovation and tech startups.moreless
  • 8/11/13
    Episode 82
    How to fight al Qaeda -- Fareed offers his take, and then discusses the terror group's evolving strategies with experts Peter Bergen and Gregory Johnsen. Then, former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak on the Middle East peace process. What are the reasons to be optimistic about Pakistan's relations with India. Former press baron Conrad Black on his time in U.S. prison, and his take on American leadership.moreless
  • 8/04/13
    Episode 81
    Is the American Dream over? Is the United States no longer the place to "make it"? Fareed convenes a panel of top economists and thinkers, including Jeff Sachs and Raj Chetty. Then, dealing with Tehran: Is Iran's new president as moderate as his words suggest? Former U.S. Under Secretary of State Nicholas Burns and Hamid Dabashi give us some fascinating insights into Hassan Rouhani. And, will Saudi Arabia go the way of the USSR? According to author Karen Elliott House, that is a very real possibility.moreless
  • 7/28/13
    Episode 80
    Is there new hope for the Middle East peace process? Fareed offers his take, and then gets the view from both sides: Israeli and Palestinian. In What in the World, the new Great Game ... in the Arctic. Later, a debate: is Detroit's bankruptcy a harbinger for more municipal defaults? And, move over Man of Steel - the world's newest superhero is ... a burka-wearing Pakistani girl.moreless
  • 7/14/13
    Episode 78
    Is the U.S. economy rebounding? Will politics get in the way? Fareed sits down for an exclusive interview with U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew. Then, the struggle for Egypt, with an expert GPS panel. And, why good movies don't get made anymore: learning about the era of "sequel-itis".
  • 7/07/13
    Episode 77
    What happens next in Egypt? Fareed gets the latest out of Cairo with CNN's Ben Wedeman. Then, Washington's role and the big picture view, with former National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski, Richard Haass, and Bret Stephens. Later, Fareed takes a closer look at what Egypt's fighting factions are planning next. All that, plus analysis on the Edward Snowden affair, on GPS.moreless
  • 6/30/13
    Episode 76
    An exclusive interview with Pres. Obama's National Security Adviser Tom Donilon. In his last day on the job, Donilon talks frankly about the search for Edward Snowden, Iran's nuclear program, Syria's crisis, and more. Then, the conservative case for gay marriage. In 1989, Andrew Sullivan wrote an influential essay advocating the right for gays to marry; 24 years on, he discusses the long journey to this week's Supreme Court decision. Finally, Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwartzman on his new Rhodes-like scholarship program, which sends students to China.moreless
  • 6/23/13
    Episode 75
    On today's show: the Iranian Elections, the G8 conference, a pivotal week in the economy and the future of manufacturing using 3D printing. This week's guests include: Anne-Maria Slaughter, Richard Haass, Bret Stephens, Niall Ferguson and MIT's Neil Gershenfeld.
  • 6/16/13
    Episode 74
    Does the U.S. government spy on Americans? Fareed asks former CIA and NSA director Michael Hayden. Next, The New Yorker's Jeffrey Toobin and John Cassidy discuss whether Edward Snowden is a hero or a zero. Then, what is China doing in Nicaragua? What is going on with the turmoil in Turkey? And did JFK give the most important presidential speech of the modern era?moreless
  • 06/10/13
    Episode 73
    Airdate June 9th, 2013: A meeting of the two most powerful men in the world -- Barack Obama and China's Xi Jinping. Where is the Sino-U.S. relationship headed? Fareed speaks to one of the only Americans to have spent time with not only Xi, but every Chinese leader since the late 1970s - Henry Kissinger. Then, a preview of Iran's presidential election - who's going to win and what will it mean for the world? And, protests in Turkey: is the Arab Spring spreading, or are the demonstrations just a blip?moreless
  • 06/03/13
    Episode 72
    A GPS panel on Syria, Russia, the White House & GOP -- David Remnick, Nicholas Kristof, Dan Senor. Then, Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman on bright spots in the U.S. economy. And later, inside the Hermit Kingdom: VICE TV gives us a rare, exclusive look inside North Korea with the Harlem Globetrotters and Dennis Rodman.moreless
  • 5/27/13
    Episode 71
    Airdate May 26th, 2013: A special GPS hour from London. First, Fareed delves into the horrific attack on a British soldier: what lessons can London - and the world - draw from it? Then, does Britain need more Europe, or less? A discussion with Martin Wolf and Pulitzer Prize-winner Anne Applebaum. Later, is the Cold War back? Two experts on the world of spooks explain why Russia decided to humiliate an alleged U.S. spy. Finally, "Big Data" or "Big Brother"? How the digital information era is changing the world in extraordinary ways.moreless
  • 05/20/13
    Episode 70
    Airdate May 19th, 2013: Washington's week of scandals. How should the White House deal with them? Fareed speaks to a man who would know: former Chief of Staff to Pres. Reagan, Ken Duberstein. Then, has America fixed its deficit problem? Fareed convenes a smart economic panel, including Glenn Hubbard and Zanny Minton Beddoes. And later, a journey into the future of technology, with Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt.moreless
  • 05/13/13
    Episode 69
    Beyond the Manhunts explores current domestic and international terror threats to the homeland, the use of drones and enhanced interrogation in intelligence collection, and the role of women agents in counterintelligence. Zakaria also discusses insights into the hunt for bin Laden, and gathers broad perspectives on how U.S. intelligence agencies have slowly evolved to take on some activities associated with the U.S. Military. Author and national security analyst Peter Bergen, former National Security Agency director Michael Hayden, Pulitzer Prize-winning national security journalist Mark Mazzetti, former CIA director and U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, former FBI agent Ali Soufan, and former CIA officers Nada Bakos, Robert Grenier, and Cindy Storer discuss how America's clandestine operations detect the dangers and try to stop them - and what does and doesn't to be working.moreless
  • 05/05/13
    Episode 68
    Airdate May 5th, 2013: Has Syria's Assad crossed a red line? Should the U.S. intervene? Fareed convenes a panel of foreign policy thinkers, including Richard Haass and Anne-Marie Slaughter. Then, is it the end of austerity in Europe? TIME's Rana Foroohar and the FT's Gillian Tett weigh in. Plus, the Boston bombers, Islam, and immigration: 1-on-1 with author Salman Rushdie.moreless
  • 04/28/2013
    Episode 67
    What are intelligence agencies doing to keep America safe? Fareed speaks to a man who ran both the CIA and NSA: Michael Hayden. Later, does technology help keep us safe, or does it enable terrorists? Google's Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt explains why the Internet is a force for good. And, 1-on-1 with director Mira Nair. Her new film "The Reluctant Fundamentalist" tells the story of a young Pakistani who comes to America with great dreams, only to become disillusioned by the U.S. - what can we learn from his story?moreless
  • 04/21/2013
    Episode 66
    A special hour on the Boston bombings. Fareed offers his take, on the importance of resilience. Then, an exclusive with Commissioner Ray Kelly of the New York City Police Department: a look at how major American cities protect themselves from terror. And, an all-star GPS panel on terrorism: former officials from the CIA and Homeland Security tell us how prepared we are, and what we need to do better.moreless
  • 04/14/13
    Episode 65
    This week's show features debates over Pres.Obama's new budget plan. The largest cause for debt in America is healthcare. Also, Anthony Bourdain on his travels and food. Lastly, a lesson from one of India's financial leaders.
  • 04/07/13
    Episode 64
    Will North Korea attack the U.S. or its allies? Fareed convenes an all-star panel of global thinkers to discuss the Koreas, the Middle East, gun control, and President Obama. Then, some good news for America: Morgan Stanley's Ruchir Sharma explains why emerging markets are slowing down, and the U.S. is on the up. Plus, What in the World: why thousands of Chinese rivers are simply disappearing.moreless
  • 3/31/13
    Episode 63
    GPS presents some of the year's best interviews so far. First, Jordan's King Abdullah on the state of the Arab Spring, and his own country's evolution towards democracy. Then, India's richest man: Mukesh Ambani on India's road ahead, and why he's bullish on America. Next, the story of a country that responded to gun violence with an assault weapons ban: 1-on-1 with former Australian Prime Minister John Howard. And finally, Russia's Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on his job swap with President Putin, and Moscow's ban on U.S. adoptions. GUESTS: Jordan's King Abdullah, Mukesh Ambani, John Howard, Dmitry Medvedev.moreless
  • 3/24/13
    Episode 61
    What is the answer to America's growth problem? According to Nobel Prize winning economist Paul Krugman, you need to spend, spend, spend. Fareed and Krugman strike up a lively debate. Then, a frontier where the U.S. seems to be falling behind India and China: the space race. Neil DeGrasse Tyson looks at the implications. And, what Asia's rise means for the world: 1-on-1 with Singapore's Kishore Mahbubani.moreless
  • 3/17/13
    Episode 60
    On today's show, a look America's wars, past and present. Could the US be drawn into a war with North Korea after their dropping of the armstace? The deadly attacks on Americans continue. Is it time to get out of the country completely?
  • 3/10/13
    Episode 59
    Should the Keystone pipeline be allowed to go ahead? Fareed presents his take on the proposed oil pipeline, and then invites a dissenter on for a debate: Sierra Club Executive Director Michael Brune. Hugo Ch?vez is dead; Fareed convenes a panel of thinkers to explore what it means for Venezuela, the region, and America. And, China's new president: how Xi Jinping will manage the world's most important relationship, with U.S. Hugo Ch?vez is dead; Fareed convenes a panel of thinkers to explore what it means for Venezuela, the region, and America. And, China's new president: how Xi Jinping will manage the world's most important relationship, with U.S.moreless
  • 3/03/13
    Episode 58
    Was there a breakthrough in the nuclear talks this week with Iran? Fareed has an exclusive interview with Amb to the United Nations, Mohammad Khazaee. Plus, are the automatic spending cuts that took place this week so bad? And, with Italy's bizarre election results this week is the Euro crisis back?moreless
  • 2/24/13
    Episode 57
    Is torture necessary to intelligence gathering? Did it help us get Osama bin Laden? Fareed convenes a panel of experts including former director of the CIA Michael Hayden, to talk about torture, the ethics of drone strikes, and more. Then, how to defend the world from killer asteroids. Does NASA have a plan? Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson has the answers. And, What in the World: why a body of water the size of the Dead Sea has simply disappeared from the Middle East.moreless
  • 2/17/13
    Episode 56
    Is gun control really possible? Australia actually did it, after a gun massacre in 1996. Now, gun violence has fallen sharply. What can the U.S. learn from it? Fareed speaks to the man who brought gun control to Australia, former Prime Minister John Howard. Plus, how to create jobs in America: 1-on-1 with former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers. And in What in the World, some fresh thinking on how to deal with a nuclear North Korea.moreless
  • 2/10/13
    Episode 55
    Fareed hosts an all-star GPS panel on American politics and the economy: Paul Krugman, Arianna Huffington, and more. Then, India's richest man in his first TV interview in a decade: 1-on-1 with Mukesh Ambani. And, four Prime Ministers and a Chief of Government on one stage -- Fareed hosts Arab leaders to discuss the region's prospects two years on from the Arab Spring. Also, What in the World: why Iran's president was asked to get out of his own parliament.moreless
  • 2/03/13
    Episode 54
    Despite wars, economic crises, and freaky weather, why should we be positive about the future? Bill Gates tells Fareed Zakaria why, in a wide-ranging interview on global disease, education, technology, and more. Then, 1-on-1 with the only man to win an Oscar, a Grammy, an Emmy, and a Nobel Prize: former U.S. Vice President Al Gore talks gun control, U.S. politics, and climate change. And What in the World: why a major African country found itself with only $217 in its government bank account.moreless
  • 1/27/13
    Episode 53
    A special hour from the World Economic Forum at Davos, Switzerland. First up, a GPS exclusive with the King of Jordan: will fresh elections quell months of public discontent? Fareed explores the implications for the region. Later, 1-on-1 with Dmitry Medvedev: the Russian Prime Minister addresses concerns of a new Cold War between his country and the United States, as well as Moscow's role in Syria's civil war. And in What in the World, the Algerian hostage crisis: a grave new terror threat?moreless
  • 1/13/13
    Episode 52
    The controversy over President Obama's pick for Secretary of Defense: Bret Stephens debates Peter Beinart about Chuck Hagel. Then, a new Cold War? Why Russia and the United States are slipping into a legislative tit-for-tat. In What in the World, the future of the country with the world's largest oil reserves -- what's in store for Venezuela. And, can a single coin save the American economy? What if it's a trillion dollar coin? Bruce Bartlett and Jeffrey Toobin weigh the proposal.moreless
  • 12/23/12
    Episode 51
    Looking beyond the fiscal cliff: what's in store for the American economy in 2013? Fareed convenes a panel of experts. Then, What in the World: a grand bargain is achieved in the Americas, but it's not the United States. And, a sneak preview of our "Tough Decisions" special: "Car Czar" Steve Rattner takes us inside the decision to bail out the auto industry. Finally, how communism came to seduce Eastern Europe: 1-on-1 with Pultizer Prize-winning author Anne Applebaum.moreless
  • 12/09/12
    Episode 50
    1-on-1 with a man who has held three of the most important political positions in the United States -- Secretary of the Treasury, Secretary of State, as well as White House Chief of Staff: Fareed speaks to James Baker about the fiscal cliff, the GOP, and foreign policy. Later, are we on the cusp of a cure for cancer? Fareed talks to the president of the world's largest cancer research center: Ronald DePinho of MD Anderson. And, What in the World: should America be more like Scandinavia?moreless
  • 12/02/12
    Episode 49
    Egypt's crisis and the road ahead: Fareed speaks to Harvard University's Tarek Masoud and Steven Cook, author of "The Struggle for Egypt". Then, a changing China: we know who Beijing's new leaders are, but what are their policies? Evan Osnos and Elizabeth Economy read the tea leaves. In What in the World, Fareed looks at the possibility of a new country in Europe. And finally, what is "antifragile" and why is it important? Writer and thinker Nassim Nicholas Taleb explains.moreless
  • 11/25/12
    Episode 48
    On today's show, a visit with two great historians: Robert Caro and Jon Meachem. Also, Fareed talks to Robert Kaplan about how geography plays a role in today's global economy and politics.
  • 11/18/12
    Episode 47
    How to fix America's finances: Fareed sits down with two former U.S. Treasury Secretaries from either side of the aisle -- Robert Rubin, and Paul O'Neill. Then, What in the World -- Why Washington's next major foreign policy crisis may come from an unlikely source, thousands of miles away. And finally, America's richest man, on fixing American education: 1-on-1 with Bill Gates.moreless
  • 11/18/12
    Episode 46
    How to fix America's finances: Fareed sits down with two former U.S. Treasury Secretaries from either side of the aisle -- Robert Rubin, and Paul O'Neill. Then, What in the World -- Why Washington's next major foreign policy crisis may come from an unlikely source, thousands of miles away. And finally, America's richest man, on fixing American education: 1-on-1 with Bill Gates.moreless
  • 11/11/12
    Episode 45
    Today's show looks ahead to Obama's second term and asks how he can avoid the pitfalls that have claimed so many before him. Also, a look at America's antiquated voting system and 'Big Data'. With two former Chiefs of Staff, David Gergen, Jeff Sachs and Bryan Walsh.
  • 10/28/12
    Episode 44
    Fareed offers his Take on the U.S. economy and why he thinks it is ready for a robust revival. Then, a GPS panel on the fiscal road ahead for America. Next, to Mali, which got more references at the last presidential debate than Europe, India, and Mexico combined -- we'll explain why. Later, how much is enough? Two British academics explore money and happiness. And finally, to frack or not to frack -- a debate on whether the pros outweight the cons in the extraction of shale gas.moreless
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    Episode 43
    Three influential CEOs give their take on the global economy. Author Salman Rushdie opens up about his life under a religious fatwa. Following an attack on Americans in Libya, there are concerns al Qaeda is making a comeback.
  • Paul Krugman vs Ken Rogoff on the economy; Former Iraqi Pm Ayad Allawi; Looking back at the War in Iraq.
    Paul Krugman and Ken Rogoff square off on the fate of the U.S. economy and the Euro Zone. Why in the world are oil prices soaring in a down economy? And a focus on Iraq, with former PM Ayad Allawi - did we leave too soon? And then a debate on whether the war in Iraq was worth it for the U.S.moreless
  • Unrest in the Arab World; U.S. Budget Battles
  • Interview With Paul Wolfowitz; Interview With Michael Lewis
  • Interview with George Soros
  • Interview With Egypt's Ambassador to United States; Interview With Mohamed ElBaradei
  • Egypt's Opposition Leader ElBaradei Speaks; Interview with Egypt's Former Trade Minister
  • Unrest in Egypt
    Unrest in Egypt
    Episode 36
  • Interview With Henry Kissinger; Interview with Zbigniew Brzezinski
  • Interview With Lawrence Summers
  • Predictions for 2011; Interview With George Clooney
  • How To Lead: What Makes A Great Leader?
  • Restoring the American Dream
  • Interview with George Osborne; Interview With Gordon Brown; Remembering Richard Holbrooke
  • Obama's Tax Cut Compromise; Interview With Ehud Barak
  • Panel Discusses WikiLeaks Revelations; Interview With Bill Maher
  • Thanksgiving Today; Interview with Admiral Mullen; 'Where in the World' Have Your E-mails Been?
  • Digging the U.S. Out of Debt; Mohammad Larijani Defending Iran's Record on Human Rights; General Motors Back From the Brink
  • Interview With George Shultz
  • The Third Republican Revolution; Midterm Elections Aftermath; The Disputed Kuril Islands
  • Encore: Restoring the American Dream
  • Restoring the American Dream
  • Is U.S. Economy Recovering?; Interview With Richard Holbrooke
  • Interview With Peter Diamond; Interview with Ayad Allawi
  • Afghan Government in Talks With Taliban; Interview with Steve Rattner
  • Interview With Wen Jiabao
  • Interview With Nick Clegg; Interview With Shimon Peres; Interview With Abdullah Gul
  • Interview With Ex-Terrorist; Is Cuban Revolution Over?
  • Nine Years After 9/11: Are We Safer?; Drawdown in Iraq
  • Real-Life Russian Nightmare; A Voice of Radical Islam; Interview with China's Zhang Xin; Golf in Kabul's War Zone
  • China Emerges as Next Superpower?; Is Web Dead?
  • Controversy Near Ground Zero; Peril in Pakistan
  • Money Troubles: How to Kick-Start the Economy; Wild Weather Evidence of Global Warming?
  • Interview With Robert Rubin, Paul O'Neill; Interview with Hamid Gul
  • Interview With John Kerry; Interview With Husain Haqqani
  • Obama's Afghan Plan
  • Is Somalia Becoming Staging Ground for Al Qaeda?; British Take on Budget Deficits, War on Afghanistan
  • Britain Bipartisan and U.S. Partisan?; A New Money Man in Britain; A Voice of Radical Islam
  • Interview with Paul Krugman; Interview With Niall Ferguson
  • State of Afghan War; Israeli-Palestinian Conflicts
  • Interview with Dr. Abdullah Abdullah; Interview with Zhang Xin
  • Interview With Paul Wolfowitz; Interview With Danny Ayalon; Aftermath of Unrest in Iran
  • Interview With Tony Blair; Interview With Turkish Foreign Minister