Two weeks after the killing of Osama bin Laden, the rift between Pakistan and the United States is as wide as ever. What can be done to stabilize the relationship? And what should be done to rein in the military's dominant role in Pakistan? Fareed weighs in with his take on how to right Pakistani ship.
Then, it’s a GPS tour of the world. A panel of experts weighs in on how the rest of world sees the death of Osama bin Laden, the state of America’s leadership, the U.S.economy and much more. Joining Fareed this week:
- Anne-Marie Slaughter, Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Princeton University and former Director of Policy Planning for the United States Department of State
- Kishore Mahbubani Dean and Professor in the Practice of Public Policy of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore
Next, one out of four people on this earth paid a bribe last year. Did you? We’ll show you what in the world is being done to bring this destructive practice to a halt.
After that, Fareed continues his conversation with Condoleezza Rice. The former Secretary of State turned professor hands out grades to President Obama and answers Donald Rumsfeld’s recent stinging criticisms of her.
And if you’re reading this on a tablet device, be it Android or an iPad, you’ll want to hear what Google’s Executive Chairman, Eric Schmidt, has to say. His fascinating insight into the tech world will explain why there's more at stake in this battle than just the control of the tablet market. It could very well help shape the future of our society.
Finally, a last look at when the White House’s situation room looks more like the Batcave.
Tune in this Sunday at 10a.m. ET/PT.