Fareed Zakaria GPS

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Fareed Zakaria GPS
Fareed Zakaria GPS logo.jpg
Format Interview and talk show
Presented by Fareed Zakaria
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 215 (as of June 12, 2012)
Production
Running time 60 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel CNN
CNN International
Picture format 480i 4:3 SDTV (U.S.)
576i 4:3 SDTV (International)
1080i HDTV
Original airing June 1, 2008 – present
External links
Website

Fareed Zakaria GPS is a weekly public affairs show hosted by journalist and author Fareed Zakaria. As of November 2011, the show airs Sundays at 10am Eastern Time and 1pm Eastern Time on CNN.[1] The show also airs Sundays at 1200 and 1900 GMT on CNN International. The "GPS" in the show's title stands for "Global Public Square," a reference to the show's focus on international issues and foreign affairs.

On August 10, 2012, CNN suspended the program pending their investigation of suspected plagiarism. One week later, the New York Times reported, "Time and CNN said they had completed their reviews, found no evidence of plagiarism and restored Mr. Zakaria to his demanding schedule."[2]

Guests[edit]

Each installment features Zakaria leading a panel discussion and conducting an extended one-on-one interview.

# Date Guest
1 June 1, 2008 Tony Blair, Fmr. Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
2 June 8, 2008 Henry Kissinger, Fmr. Secretary of State
3 June 15, 2008 Bjørn Lomborg
3 June 22, 2008 Condoleezza Rice, Secretary of State
4 June 29, 2008 Gordon Brown, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
5 July 6, 2008 Manouchehr Mottaki, Foreign Minister of Iran
6 July 13, 2008 Barack Obama
Lawrence Summers
Paul Krugman
Jeffrey Sachs
7 July 20, 2008 David Cameron, leader of the British Conservative Party
Christopher Dodd
Richard Haass
8 July 27, 2008 Joseph Stiglitz
Adrian Wooldridge
Irshad Manji
9 August 3, 2008 Ayaan Hirsi Ali
Richard Holbrooke
10 August 10, 2008 Imran Khan
11 August 17, 2008 Richard Stengel
Zbigniew Brzezinski
David Granve
12 August 31, 2008 Mikhail Saakashvili, President of Georgia
13 September 7, 2008 Rory Stewart
14 September 14, 2008 Thomas Friedman
Greg Mortenson, author of Three Cups of Tea
15 September 21, 2008 Lee Kuan Yew, fmr. Prime Minister of Singapore
Barney Frank
16 September 28, 2008 Wen Jiabao, Premier of China
Hamid Karzai, President of Afghanistan
17 October 5, 2008 Bill Gates
18 October 12, 2008 George Soros
19 October 19, 2008 Queen Rania of Jordan
Paul Krugman
20 October 26, 2008 Robert Rubin, fmr. Treasury Secretary
21 November 2, 2008 Madeleine Albright
Michael Bloomberg
Christopher Patten
22 November 9, 2008 Brent Scowcroft
23 November 16, 2008 Nicholas Burns,
24 Stephen Cohen
David Kilcullen
Barnett Rubin
25 November 23, 2008 Al Gore
26 November 30, 2008 Ratan Tata
27 December 7, 2008 Ernesto Zedillo Fmr. President of Mexico
28 December 14, 2008 Colin Powell
29 March 1, 2009 Stephen Harper, Prime Minister of Canada
30 March 8, 2009 Gamal Mubarak
31 March 15, 2009 Charles Freeman,
Paul O'Neill
32 March 22, 2009 Eliot Spitzer
33 April 5, 2009 James Baker
34 April 19, 2009 Hamid Karzai, President of Afghanistan
35 May 3, 2009 Robert Gates, Secretary of Defense
36 May 10, 2009 Dalai Lama
37 May 17, 2009 Pervez Musharraf, former President of Pakistan
38 May 24, 2009 Tzipi Livni, former Foreign Minister of Israel
39 May 31, 2009 Henry Kissinger, former Secretary of State
40 June 7, 2009 Michael Lewis,
41 June 14, 2009 Christiane Amanpour, live from Iran
42 June 22, 2009 Zbigniew Brzezinski, Former National Security Advisor
Parag Khanna
Afshin Molavi
Hooman Majd
Sree Sreenivasan
Clay Shirky
43 June 28, 2009 Tony Blair
Paul Krugman
44 July 5, 2009 David Miliband UK Foreign Secretary
45 July 5, 2009 Tim Geithner US Treasury Secretary
46 July 19, 2009 Paul Kagame President of Rwanda
David Kilcullen
Andrew Bacevich
47 July 26, 2009 Christine Lagarde Finance Minister of France
Nouriel Roubini
Mort Zuckerman
Niall Ferguson
48 August 2, 2009 Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah Abdullah
Robert Baer
John O’Sullivan
John E. McLaughlin
49 August 8, 2009 Hillary Clinton US Secretary of State
50 Other Guests Tom Friedman,
Ian Bremmer,
Niall Ferguson,
David Frum,
Barbara Ehrenreich,
Ian Bremmer,
Judea Pearl, President, Daniel Pearl Foundation
Christiane Amanpour,
John Bruton,
Minxin Pei,
Douglas Feith,
Nandan Nilekani,
Fawaz Gerges,
Dominique Moisi,
Bret Stephens,
Gideon Rose,
Jack Pritchard,
Selig Harrison,
Saad Eddin Ibrahim,
Juan Cole,
Manmohan Singh,
Nathan Myhrvold,
Richard Levin,
Shahrukh Khan,


Joseph S. Nye

Awards[edit]

Zakaria's interview with Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao was nominated for an Emmy for "Outstanding Interview".[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Fareed Zakaria GPS TV". CNN. 10 November 2011. 
  2. ^ Haughney, Christine (August 19, 2012). "A Media Personality, Suffering a Blow to His Image, Ponders a Lesson". New York Times. p. B7. Retrieved 2012-11-26. 
  3. ^ CNN.com

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