May 24th, 2013
04:59 PM ET

On GPS Sunday: Spy games, Europe and understanding big data

"Fareed Zakaria GPS," Sundays at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. ET on CNN

First, Fareed delves into the attack on a British soldier: What lessons can London – and the world – draw from it?

Then, does Britain need more Europe, or less? A discussion with Financial Times commentator Martin Wolf and Pulitzer Prize-winner Anne Applebaum.

“I think that Britain has the opportunity still to be a leading power inside Europe. And because of the particular nature of the Tory Party and because of the nature of the argument right now, it is at risk of eliminating itself,” Applebaum says. “If Britain is going to spend the next two or three years renegotiating its relationship with Europe rather than taking part in the central debates that everybody else cares about, then it will be irrelevant.”

Later, is the Cold War back? Two experts on the world of espionage explain why Russia decided to humiliate an alleged U.S. spy.

And finally, Big Data or Big Brother? How the digital information era is changing the world in extraordinary ways.

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  1. 100 % ETHIO

    Attacking the Great Britain is considered attacking the whole World.

    Great Britain has the Major power around the Globe. I and my Family have responsibility to stand with Great Britain, any time, any where.

    May 24, 2013 at 8:45 pm | Reply
  2. Andrew

    Great Britain and British Prime Minister David Cameron, one in the most influential politicians in Europe, have great leadership capabilities. They should be the leader for New World Order, not Washington DC, as they are even best positioned.

    May 25, 2013 at 3:40 am | Reply
  3. Marco

    ITALIA supports GREAT BRITAIN's leadership for NEW WORLD ORDER. Bravo Great Britain!

    May 25, 2013 at 5:22 am | Reply
  4. Ebhote Jackson Osahon

    I think, what happened in Britain, was a sign of fear, and of inacurrate realistic belief in our faith.

    May 25, 2013 at 1:11 pm | Reply
  5. rightospeak

    What happened in England was easily predictable – it was only a question of time. Who is responsible ? As the Black with blood on his hands said " your government does not care about you " was the truth. It has been true for generations-the leadership of Britain failed the very people that it is being paid to represent. The leadership of Britain and many countries cater to the International Bankster, to the people that profit from wars . The Globalism and immigration policies benefit the oligarchs and not the people. The policies are used to start wars, to lower wages. It sounds familiar ??? You do not read about it because the media is owned by the oligarchs. I would just add that it is a wake up call before more disasters strike.

    May 25, 2013 at 5:13 pm | Reply
  6. John Chukwudi

    Anne Applebaum said the two criminals were 'Nigerians though one was born in the UK '.
    Nothing could be further from the truth. They're British – in every conceivable way. Their only relationship with Nigeria is probably their colour and names. They most probably don't have any memory of Nigeria.
    Having said that, I need to ask: what is it in Islam that encourages people to kill others – as a religious duty. Is it the reward of 76 (or whatever number) virgins in paradise? Still curious ; what reward awaits female suicide bombers? Male virgins?

    May 26, 2013 at 10:44 pm | Reply

    Your description that the two terrorists were Nigerian was very UNTRUE. You didn't even suggest that they were of Nigerian descent but you shockingly called them Nigerian. THAT WAS WRONG. I was shocked that you would say that as a historian. British Citizens born in the UK and raised throughout their lives end up as Nigerian when the commit a crime? Ann you are a brilliant lady but you got that very wrong. The UK should stop radicalizing their citizens. Ann talk about this

    May 27, 2013 at 11:03 am | Reply

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