All this on GPS Sunday at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. ET.
On Fareed Zakaria GPS this week: The fallout from Francois Hollande’s win in France; Peter Mandelson, Josef Joffe, Elaine Sciolino and David Frum's feisty debate on Europe; how Israel has anointed a "King" and BlackRock Chairman & CEO Larry Fink's take on the global economy.
And: an exclusive interview with the World Bank's Robert Zoellick. In his first TV “exit interview,” the outgoing World Bank president weighs in on the rumors that Mitt Romney would offer him the Secretary of State job if Romney wins the presidency:
FAREED ZAKARIA: It's no secret, Bob, that many people think if Mitt Romney were elected president, he would turn to you, perhaps, to be Secretary of State, perhaps Secretary of Treasury. You're an unusual figure in that you could plausibly take both jobs or either job. You couldn't take both. Will you get more active in advising Gov. Romney once you leave this job?
ZOELLICK: Well, I think it's important not to be presumptuous. And so I appreciate you - the compliment that you posed, but in this job, I haven't been able to be engaged in politics. So that question will have to wait until I leave - on June 30th.
Watch more in the video above.
Zoellick has worked with the Obama administration during his tenure at the World Bank. What does he think of the administration's foreign policy? Watch below:
Zoellick on global poverty: