Watch "Fareed Zakaria GPS," Sundays at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. ET on CNN
On GPS this Sunday: The show will start with the Middle East, where Iraq has exploded into civil war, Syria's own war has intensified and the Israelis and the Palestinians are once again facing off. How does this all end? With new states all together or just unending violence? Fareed will speak with Robin Wright, author of Rock the Casbah: Rage and Rebellion Across the Islamic World, and Fawaz Gerges, a professor of international relations at the London School of Economics.
“Barack Obama is correct to basically keep a distance from the killing fields in the Middle East,” Gerges says. “Barack Obama is correct to let the region develop its own instruments of government. The reality is this is a crisis that only people in the region should and can resolve.”
Then...Can the U.S. fight against terrorists with just spies and drones? Fareed will hear from Jack Devine, whose stints with the CIA included acting director and associate director of overseas operations, and Greg Johnsen, a journalist, scholar and expert on the use of drones.
Also, despite being ousted from the World Cup, the United States has become a soccer nation. Ann Coulter says it's a scary sign of a new America. Peter Beinart suggests she's half right.
Then, Washington D.C. is broken, but America is actually working surprising well. In the second in our Where America Works series, GPS takes you to a place with an unemployment rate half the national average. How does this city do it?