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On GPS this Sunday: Boko Haram’s actions have brought condemnation from across the globe. But where did the group come from...and what are they capable of? Fareed will speak with New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof and Eliza Griswold, a journalist who spent seven years traveling along the world's Tenth Parallel, which bisects a number of troubled nations, including Nigeria.
Also, the big question with Ukraine right now is: will Russian President Putin make a deal? Fareed speaks with former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger for his take.
“I think one has to interpret Putin not Hitler-like, as he has been, but as a Russian czar who is trying to achieve the maximum for his country,” Kissinger says. “Usually, those methods are excessive and we are correct in standing up to it. But we also have to know when the confrontation should end.”
And, who is the world's number one economy? China or the United States? There's been a lot of information...and misinformation out there recently. GPS will try to sort things out.
Plus, how does the world – including the United States – see the issue of climate change? Fareed looks at a new Pew survey in light of the White House’s recent climate assessment.