Watch "Fareed Zakaria GPS," Sundays at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. ET on CNN
On GPS this Sunday: First, Fareed offers his take on political developments in Tunisia and Egypt, and explains what they say about the prospects for democracy in the Arab world.
“Tunisia's relative success is in marked contrast to the abysmal failure of Egypt, the Arab world’s largest and once most influential country,” Fareed says. “As in Tunisia, Egyptians also overthrew a dictator three years ago. But after Egypt's brief experiment with democracy, in which the Muslim Brotherhood was elected and then abused its authority, today the country is ruled by a repressive dictatorship.”
Then, Fareed’s first guest says that over 300 million Muslims are either jihadists or want to foist Islam on the world. Really? Sam Harris's recent appearance on Bill Maher's show sparked a big debate on the issue. Fareed sits down with Harris to discuss his take.
Also, should America and the West be involved in the fight against ISIS, or is it a local sectarian conflict, best left alone by the world? Fareed hosts a great debate.
Finally, writer and chef Anthony Bourdain discusses his trip to Iran – the food, the people and the culture behind politics in the Islamic Republic.