"Fareed Zakaria GPS," Sundays at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. ET on CNN
On GPS this week: What should be done about North Korea? As Pyongyang gets ever more belligerent, Fareed talks to two men who have been involved in crafting Washington's East Asian policy: former Ambassador to South Korea Donald Gregg, and Victor Cha of Georgetown University.
Then, 10 years on from the start of the war in Iraq: what went wrong, why, and what needs to be done now? Fareed speaks to one of the original architects of that war, former U.S. Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz.
“The price was high and I think the price in lives is the one I feel the most acutely,” Wolfowitz says. “But this is a critical part of the world. I would like, as much as anyone, to be able to say let's forget about the Persian Gulf. Let's forget about the larger Middle East. Let's focus on Asia, where I've spent a good part of my career and which is a much more satisfying place to work. But that part of the world isn't leaving us alone. Al Qaeda isn't leaving us alone. Pakistan isn't leaving us alone.”
And in What in the World, why hundreds of Chinese are suddenly getting divorced.