All this on "Fareed Zakaria GPS" Sunday at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. ET.
On "Fareed Zakaria GPS" this week: How America's shale gas revolution will change all of geopolitics, inside Rwanda’s transformation with President Paul Kagame and - in a preview to our special, "The GPS Roadmap for Making Immigration Work" - New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg on why the U.S. immigration strategy is "national suicide."
Also: Rahm Emanuel. The 2012 election boils down to two different people, with two different views of how to shape America. Rahm Emanuel is the mayor of Chicago, but in his previous job as White House Chief of Staff, he got to know President Obama pretty well. What are his thoughts?
"Who is going to fight for who in that Oval Office? And the auto industry, the financial industry, the housing - Mitt Romney said let it bottom out. To the president, those are people holding onto their entire American dream, as they see it," Emanuel tells Fareed. "And they're really different people with different experiences with different views about how to shape the future of this country. And I think that's going to be the fundamental core piece of what this election is about."
Watch more in the video above and from these excerpts from the show.
Emanuel on GOP:
Emanuel on pensions: