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Fareed Zakaria

Not So Fast, Fareed!

Jim Sleeper | Posted 02.27.2014 | Politics
Jim Sleeper

With his every hair in place and his virtually homespun quips perfectly timed, Zakaria at Yale on Wednesday offered yet another manifestation of himself as the $75,000-a-speech-giver at investment bank dinners.

'We Still Have A Huge Struggle': Gay Rights Activists Weigh In At Davos LGBT Panel

The Huffington Post | Posted 01.24.2014 | Business

CNN and Time Magazine's Fareed Zakaria moderated a panel on LGBT rights sponsored by The Huffington Post and Microsoft to kick off the second day of t...

Profitability of Peaceful Productivity (Nonviolence)

Molly Alexander Darden | Posted 03.23.2014 | Business
Molly Alexander Darden

Is nonviolence a wuss thing? Not at all! It's a profit-producing vehicle for muscling up our American economy as we provide a safer, more stable environment in which our children can thrive.

Private Sector Training Initiatives Lead to Increased Profits

Molly Alexander Darden | Posted 01.08.2014 | Business
Molly Alexander Darden

We have a three-pronged problem here in the United States, and it's up to you and me to solve it.

Quantum Education Comes From Three 'R's + Four 'C's

Molly Alexander Darden | Posted 03.02.2014 | Education
Molly Alexander Darden

Not fully understanding the link between education and its effect on their future success, our youth are often distracted with social media along with athletics -- tweeting constantly, both in class and out.

The Arab Oil Embargo, Sandy, and Adapting to New Realities

Clint Wilder | Posted 01.23.2014 | Green
Clint Wilder

This month marks the anniversaries of two notable events, decades apart yet related in terms of historical impact, awareness of vulnerability, and challenge to business as usual: the Arab oil embargo 40 years ago and Superstorm Sandy, which hit the Northeast on Oct. 29 last year.

Hamlet and President Obama: Strange Bedfellows

Robert David Jaffee | Posted 11.08.2013 | Politics
Robert David Jaffee

Politicians may come and go, but Hamlet is a true Renaissance Man, one for the ages.

Broken Dreams and Bad Promises

Lisa Longo | Posted 10.20.2013 | Politics
Lisa Longo

Everything is connected. We can all agree on that can't we? For each and every action there is an equal, and equally important, reaction. This realiza...

Is It Hip to Be an Intellectual Again? Hell Yeah!

Caroline Presno | Posted 08.12.2013 | Politics
Caroline Presno

The postmodern intellectual is also more closely associated with business and sales than in the past. Today, everyone markets themselves and everything is a business. Even academic institutions resemble business institutions.

WATCH: Arianna Discusses How Women Can Drive An Economic Recovery

Huff TV | Posted 08.08.2013 | Women
Huff TV

Arianna appeared Saturday afternoon on CNN's 'Your Money,' hosted by Christine Romans, to discuss how women can help charge the economy. (Watch a clip...

Conard and Zakaria on What Ails the Economy

Robert Teitelman | Posted 06.30.2013 | Business
Robert Teitelman

Yes, there are lessons in history. But untangling those lessons, like anticipating the sentiments of voters, is a process that shifts as we attempt to capture it. And so from left and right we end up chasing a kind of essence, an equilibrium, which may not exist.

HBO's Vice: Welcome to the War Zone

Regina Weinreich | Posted 06.04.2013 | Entertainment
Regina Weinreich

In case you were wondering which border is the world's most dangerous (Pakistan-India) or how to make a gun out of scrap metal, Vice on HBO is the show for you.

Mike Hogan

Fareed Zakaria Defends VICE's North Korea Stunt | Mike Hogan | Posted 04.03.2013 | Media

In a world of deliciously unhealthy options, how do you get people to eat their vegetables -- and pay you for the privilege? It's a question all ne...

Debunking Fareed Zakaria on Keystone -- and Rethinking 'Acceptable' Energy Policy

Adam Greenberg | Posted 05.28.2013 | Green
Adam Greenberg

America has what it takes to produce real jobs and be an innovation leader in the global green economy. Let's stop this pipeline, move forward, and build the America of the future.

WATCH: Is Keystone The Right Fight?

Jessica Leader | Posted 03.14.2013 | Green

What would happen if the Keystone XL pipeline project did not go forward? This is the question that Fareed Zakaria, CNN host and TIME editor-at-lar...

I'm With Stupid: The Unspeakable Horror of Shakes on a Plane

Todd Hartley | Posted 05.08.2013 | Comedy
Todd Hartley

Last week, however, Colorado College made national headlines after a video shot by members of the school's ultimate Frisbee club triggered a Federal Aviation Administration investigation. And what was so controversial about the video that it drew the FAA's ire, you ask?

Why Are We Obsessed With Cheaters?

Lindsay Gellman | Posted 12.14.2012 | Media
Lindsay Gellman

These past warm months have been especially riddled with revelations of academic dishonesty. And the scandals have been extensively covered by the media.

Islamic Extremism Shocks And Rocks The World

Shahnaz Taplin-Chinoy | Posted 12.10.2012 | Religion
Shahnaz Taplin-Chinoy

The violent protests in Cairo and in Benghazi were painted with an anti-American brush, and attributed to the vile anti-Islamic video produced in California. But could it be that the 9/11 anniversary -- etched in our psyches -- precipitated the violent demonstrations?

The Plagiarism Panic

Edward Wasserman | Posted 11.19.2012 | Media
Edward Wasserman

If we're not careful, we'll end up not so much protecting originality, but criminalizing routines that are integral to some of the most broadly beneficial practices of contemporary reporting.

The "Evolution" of Totalitarian Regimes Is Really a Throwback

Asher Smith | Posted 11.04.2012 | World
Asher Smith

While the observation William Dobson makes in The Dictator's Learning Curvemay be true, it is incorrect to frame it as modern phenomena.

What the Yale President's Resignation Means for Higher Education

Jim Sleeper | Posted 11.01.2012 | Education
Jim Sleeper

While Levin and his trustees have been deft managers of their storm-tossed craft, they've been poor visionaries and navigators for liberal education, whose course will require different risks and courage.

WATCH: Are We Living In A Nation Of Cheaters?

Posted 08.27.2012 | Sports

Is America a nation of cheaters? In the wake of recent scandals involving Lance Armstrong and Fareed Zakaria, it seems that we're no longer surpris...

The Shamefulness of Niall Ferguson

Eric Zuesse | Posted 10.23.2012 | Politics
Eric Zuesse

The current Newsweek cover story, "Hit the Road, Barack: Why We Need a New President," is now stirring public attention because of its false allegatio...

Fareed Zakaria Resigns From Yale University's Governing Board

AP | Posted 08.21.2012 | College

The Associated Press NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) -- A journalist recently accused of plagiarism has resigned from his position on Yale University's gover...

Algebra, Zakaria and Lady Gaga

Patricia McGuire | Posted 10.20.2012 | DC
Patricia McGuire

As the Class of 2016 arrives on campus, my thoughts turn to algebra, Zakaria, and Lady Gaga -- shorthand for critical issues facing higher education today: What should our students learn? Will they learn enough about ethics? Who decides?