All this on "Fareed Zakaria GPS" Sunday at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. ET.
On "Fareed Zakaria GPS" this week: It’s all about the economy. Fareed weighs in on why Mitt Romney is wrong to say he’ll cut taxes on his first day in office; a debate on Europe with Robert Skidelsky versus Niall Ferguson; and environmental author Bjorn Lomborg on why next week's Rio+20 summit will likely be a waste of time. Also: The new dictator has evolved and gotten smarter.
Also: What to do about the European Union? London’s colorful, conservator Mayor Boris Johnson has a simple answer. Break it up.
"What would be great would be, I think, if the European leaders could face up to the reality, shrug off their egos, shrug off all their political capital that Europe has collectively invested in this project, and say, look, we made a mistake," he tells Fareed.
Watch more in the video above and from these excerpts from the show:
Johnson on whether British conservatives are different from American ones? “Totally!”
Is the Rio+20 summit a wasted opportunity? Bjorn Lomborg weighs in: