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On GPS this Sunday: France and Germany are angry about revelations of U.S. phone-tapping, while Saudi Arabia seems disappointed by U.S. policies in the Middle East. What can Washington do? Fareed speaks with a panel of experts including Council on Foreign Relations President Richard Haass, Wall Street Journal columnist Bret Stephens, journalist Karen Elliott House and former Pakistani ambassador to the U.S. Husain Haqqani.
“I mean, the French have security concerns about jihadists in their territory. The Germans do, too. Mohamed Atta came from Hamburg,” Stephens says. “So there are legitimate reasons why the National Security Agency would be monitoring, or at least covering meta data, for a lot of the calls that are placed throughout the European Union.”
Plus, rethinking the Bible: Malcolm Gladwell explains why the David and Goliath story was about an underdog ... except that the real underdog may have been Goliath.