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Fareed Zakaria

Fareed Zakaria Calls Donald Trump A 'Bulls**t Artist' On Live Television

The Huffington Post | Charlotte Klein | Posted 08.01.2016 | Home

Journalist and television host Fareed Zakaria denounced Donald Trump on CNN Monday morning, referring to the Republican presidential candidate as a ...

Ann Coulter Watched A Moving Speech And Apparently Only Felt Hatred

The Huffington Post | Charlotte Klein | Posted 07.29.2016 | Home

Notoriously controversial commentator Ann Coulter, a muse of presidential nominee Donald Trump, launched yet another inflammatory Twitter attack, this...

Fareed Zakaria: Republicans Cannot Remain Silent On Trump

The Huffington Post | Marina Fang | Posted 06.19.2016 | Home

CNN's Fareed Zakaria on Sunday pilloried Republicans who have continued to dodge the question of whether they can back their party's presumptive presi...

WATCH: Fareed Zakaria, Reza Aslan Discuss Saudi's Terrorism Influence

The WorldPost | Farah_Mohamed | Posted 04.25.2016 | Home

On April 25, Fareed Zakaria will present a special CNN program titled “Why They Hate Us," a follow-up to his post-9/11 Newsweek story that explored ...

The Economy Is All Right -- For Now, Fed Chairs Say

The Huffington Post | Daniel Marans | Posted 04.13.2016 | Home

NEW YORK -- The Federal Reserve has changed a lot in recent decades. From the late 1970s to the mid-1980s, the Fed was an agent of tough love that rai...

The Psychopathology of Donald Trump: The Spawn of the Republican Party

John Tsilimparis | Posted 03.24.2016 | Home
John Tsilimparis

Bottom line is--thanks to the GOP--Donald Trump is shamelessly cashing in on the fears of innocent, brain-washed minds that have been fed lies of economic decline and betrayal for a long time. That is as reprehensible as all the hostility and brutishness he has personally incited.

Fareed Zakaria: Migrant And Refugee Crisis Is Testing Europe's Identity

The Huffington Post | Alexandra Ma | Posted 01.20.2016 | Home

The migrant and refugee crisis facing Europe is testing the continent's core identity, CNN's Fareed Zakaria said on Wednesday. "For two generations af...

The Secret Zen Side Of SoundCloud

The Huffington Post | Alexander C. Kaufman | Posted 01.05.2017 | Home

Fareed Zakaria doesn’t usually use apps to wind down, but he has a soft spot for SoundCloud. In an interview at the World Economic Forum on Wednesd...

An American Muslim's Response to President Obama's Call to "Work With Us"

Sahar Taman | Posted 12.29.2016 | Home
Sahar Taman

Since President Obama's December 6th message in response to the violence in San Bernardino, most American Muslims are relieved to hear that our president and our government stand against unprecedented Islamophobia. Yet, even with this support, we are tired.

Fareed Zakaria and U2 for President

Robert David Jaffee | Posted 12.06.2016 | Home
Robert David Jaffee

After listening this morning, December 6, as CNN's Fareed Zakaria interviewed Bono and The Edge of U2, I would be delighted if any one of those three men presided over our country.

An Egyptian Billionaire Explains His Plan To Buy An Island For Refugees

The Huffington Post | Daniel Marans | Posted 09.12.2015 | Home

An Egyptian billionaire provided new details about his plan to buy an island to receive hundreds of thousands of refugees from Syria and other conflic...

5 Free Podcasts That Will Make You Smarter

Supercompressor | Posted 08.27.2016 | Home
Supercompressor

By: Joe Oliveto Credit: iStock/kupicoo Podcasts are so hot right now. From comedy to news to 20-minute segments about concrete, there are lite...

Philippines' Competition Conundrum: A Nation of Oligopolies, Dynasties and Autocratic Nostalgia

Richard Javad Heydarian | Posted 08.19.2016 | Home
Richard Javad Heydarian

As Benigno "NoyNoy" Aquino entered his final year in office, the question of how to assess his legacy has gained greater salience. Both his opponents and supporters have powerful arguments to present.

Defending Liberal Education In a Technology Driven World

Gabriel Sanchez Zinny | Posted 06.16.2016 | Home
Gabriel Sanchez Zinny

The supposed conflict between science and the humanities has been blown out of proportion. Economic growth will come not so much from cheaper computer chips but rather from "constantly reimagining how computers and other new technologies interact with human beings."

Liberal Arts and Our Future

Linda Katehi | Posted 05.26.2016 | Home
Linda Katehi

We will always need talented engineers and scientists. But our future rests on how successful we are in getting technology and humans to interact in ways that benefit our planet and everyone who lives on it.

We Need Infrastructure Now

Peter A. Georgescu | Posted 05.13.2016 | Home
Peter A. Georgescu

Remember shovel-ready infrastructure jobs and how they were going to lift the country out of the economic doldrums? They have not fared well, thanks to partisan politics. The Amtrak crash that took at least six lives last night makes it more obvious than ever that we need them now.

The Practical Liberal Arts

Ira Silver | Posted 05.05.2016 | Home
Ira Silver

It is a critical time for liberal arts institutions that serve this student body to engage in better publicity about the vocational value of the liberal arts. Now, there's a message worthy of a commencement address.

The How of Defending a Liberal Education

Shastri Purushotma | Posted 05.01.2016 | Home
Shastri Purushotma

How do we ensure that ongoing conversations drawing on the best collective wisdom of the human race across the ages continues to inform those making the crucial decisions in government, in business, or in our homes, long after the traditional "college years" are over?

Is Islam Really the Mother Lode of Bad Ideas?

Dale Hansen | Posted 06.28.2015 | Home
Dale Hansen

Are quotations from a religious book really enough to indict an entire religion? With this in mind, listed here is a mix of verses from the Quran and the Bible. Is it obvious which book is the mother lode of bad ideas and which one is the religion of peace?

The Death of Liberal Arts? Or the Reunion of Broken Parts

Tony Woodcock | Posted 06.24.2015 | Home
Tony Woodcock

Zakaria is a compelling spokesman for the Liberal Arts. He shows unequivocally their importance in the cultural, economic and developmental world and how our world becomes threatened by the narrow focus of Manichean politics.

Why Getting a Liberal Education Matters

Taylor Dibbert | Posted 06.20.2015 | Home
Taylor Dibbert

Pursuing a liberal education can be challenging, fun, even exciting and bring with it lifelong benefits. Zakaria's refreshing book is a call for reflection and fresh thinking that hopefully opens the door to a thoughtful, wide-ranging debate on this important subject.

Kathleen Miles

We Need The Liberal Arts More Than Ever In Today's Digital World, Fareed Zakaria Says

HuffingtonPost.com | Kathleen Miles | Posted 04.20.2015 | Home

A liberal arts education is the best preparation for many careers, especially in the U.S., given today's global technology-driven economy, CNN host Fa...

An Open Letter To Fareed Zakaria In Defense of STEM Education

Dr. Mariappan Jawaharlal | Posted 05.30.2015 | Home
Dr. Mariappan Jawaharlal

America does not need more business graduates doing investment banking and stock trading. America does not need more lawyers and lobbyists. America needs more doctors, engineers, scientists and teachers.

Weighing the Arguments on U.S. Military Action Against ISIS

David Coates | Posted 05.09.2015 | Home
David Coates

There are strong arguments making the case for the persistence (and indeed the intensification) of U.S. airstrikes against ISIS targets. But equally there are strong arguments, less frequently heard perhaps, for why the United States should not continue, and should certainly not intensify, those airstrikes.

Friday Talking Points -- Obamacare Fails to Kill Jobs, Once Again

Chris Weigant | Posted 05.06.2015 | Home
Chris Weigant

Solicitor General Donald B. Verrilli Jr. is this week's Most Impressive Democrat of the Week award-winner, for doing a much better job arguing the case for President Obama's interpretation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act before the Supreme Court than he did the last time around.