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On GPS this Sunday: First, an al Qaeda splinter group overran Iraq’s second largest city – and seems intent on marching to Baghdad. Can it be stopped? Fareed offers his take on why things have deteriorated so quickly before speaking with Ryan Crocker, the former U.S. ambassador to Iraq, and Richard Haass, the president of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Also on the show, the World Cup kicked off this week. But it hasn’t all been good news for ruling body FIFA, which has come in for criticism in recent months over allegations of corruption tied to Qatar’s successful bid to host the tournament. But all this is really part of a much larger problem even here in the United States – call it the business of sports.
Plus, the topic of immigration reform appears to be radioactive in U.S. politics right now. What does this mean for America’s relations with its neighbors – and its economy? Fareed speaks with Mexico's finance minister, Luis Videgaray.