On GPS this week, Fareed chats with two top economists: Jeffrey Sachs from Columbia University and Kenneth Rogoff from Harvard. What to do about U.S. debt? How will a disappointing job market affect growth? And then there's that other economic dilemma: Greece. What happens to its burgeoning debt, and who should foot the bill?
Then, to Egypt. We have more from Fareed's recent visit to Cairo. He sat down to talk with a top leader of the Muslim Brotherhood - Essam El Erian. It's a fascinating look into what Egypt might look like a year from now as the Brotherhood gains political power. Will women have equal rights? Will Sharia law gain traction? Why are so many people so suspicious of this group?
And then finally, one of the smartest men to appear on our show, ever. It's Nathan Myhrvold. If you don't know him yet, you really need to. He had a Ph.D. by the age of 23; he studied physics under Steven Hawking; he was Chief Technology Officer at Microsoft; he's a master chef; and a serial inventor whose company holds no fewer than 30,000 patents. We chat with him about all that and his plans to create a safer, cleaner nuclear plant for the future.
And of course, don't forget about our primetime Sunday 8pm ET/PT special, "Restoring the American Dream: How to Innovate."
So tune in Sunday at 10am ET/PT for GPS and 8pm ET/PT for the special.
And stay on CNN.com/GPS. On Sunday at 8am it will launch its “Global Innovation Showcase” featuring the big ideas and inventions that will change our world.