November 30th, 2012
06:16 PM ET

On GPS Sunday: Discussing Egypt's political crisis and reading the tea leaves on China

"Fareed Zakaria GPS" this Sunday at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. ET.

On GPS this week, Fareed discusses Egypt’s political crisis and the road ahead with Harvard University’s Tarek Masoud and Steven Cook, author of The Struggle for Egypt.

“The military has essentially removed itself from the political system,” Cook says. “They were relieved of the burden of having to govern Egypt. They have been given immunity and promoted…[R]emoving themselves from the political system is more in keeping with the history of the Egyptian armed forces since the 1967 defeat, when they determined being a political army was something that was not good for their organization and their corporate coherence and their ability to fight war on the battlefield.”

Then, a changing China: we know who Beijing’s new leaders are, but what are their policies? Writer Evan Osnos and Council on Foreign Relations fellow Elizabeth Economy read the tea leaves.

And what is “antifragile” and why is it important? Writer and thinker Nassim Nicholas Taleb explains.

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