All this on "Fareed Zakaria GPS" Sunday at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. ET.
On "Fareed Zakaria GPS" this week: Fawaz Gerges on the way forward in Syria; why China thinks the U.S. has a human rights problem; and Harvard’s Michael Porter, the most-cited man in business, on how America has dropped the ball on competitiveness.
Also: What are Mitt Romney's plans for the U.S. economy? Fareed speaks to Romney's senior economic adviser and the dean of Columbia Business School, Glenn Hubbard.
Romney is a practical problem-solver, says Hubbard. "I think the issue for him is, how do you raise economic growth in the country and how do you make it more inclusive?" he tells Fareed. "And once you raise those questions, he's interested in practical solutions, not theoretical solutions."
Watch more in the video above and from this show clip.