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On GPS this Sunday: A photograph that ricocheted around the world – Fareed offers his take on President Barack Obama shaking hands with Cuban President Raul Castro.
Then, an all-star panel on why American kids are falling behind students in other countries: Tom Friedman of the New York Times, Salman Khan of the Khan Academy, former chancellor of New York City's school system Joel Klein and Wendy Kopp, co-founder of Teach for All share their thoughts.
Plus, why did North Korean leader Kim Jong Un order the execution of his own uncle? Kurt Campbell, former U.S. Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, gives his take.
“He had the closest relationships in China. He in many respects was the person that the international community was counting on to provide some stable council to this young upstart,” Campbell says. “I think we saw pretty clearly on, however, that he had unusual powers and that people were looking to him in a way to play this role. And for a young, inexperienced leader
prone to violence, he could be threatening.”
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