Fareed Zakaria

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One of the most influential and popular American political analyst, an expert in international relations; Newsweek International. editor of Newsweek International. Foreign Affairs (After leading a research project on American Foreign Policy at Harvard, Zakaria became the chief editor of the magazine «Foreign Affairs (Eng.).”Newsweek International In October 2000, he was appointed editor of Newsweek International, and now he is there a weekly column on international affairs. New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker Slate (Zakaria wrote on various topics for the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker and Slate (Eng.) From Wealth to Power: The Unusual Origins of America’s World Role» (The Future of Freedom (The Post-American World (The American Encounter: The United States and the Making of the Modern World» (Basic Books). Zakaria is the author of «From Wealth to Power: The Unusual Origins of America’s World Role» (Princeton, 1998), «The Future of Freedom (Eng.)” (Norton, 2003) and «The Post-American World (Eng.)”(2008) and co-editor of« The American Encounter: The United States and the Making of the Modern World »(Basic Books). This Week with George Stephanopoulos (Zakaria was a news analyst on ABC TV channel program «This Week with George Stephanopoulos (Eng.)”(2002-2007); Foreign Exchange with Fareed Zakaria (PBS (2005—2008); I created a weekly TV news program «Foreign Exchange with Fareed Zakaria (Eng.)” on TV channel PBS (2005-2008); Fareed Zakaria GPS (Global Public Square») CNN his weekly program «Fareed Zakaria GPS (Eng.)» («Global Public Square») was featured on CNN for the first time in June 2008 and has since broadcast every Sunday afternoon. Activities Zakariya was called and political liberal, and conservative and moderate man. The reason for this is that in the 1980s he supported Reagan, but in the 1990s dramatically changed his political views on the”left.” He considers himself a centrist. George Stefanopolos in 2003, said of him:”He is so versed in politics, that it is impossible to predict. I can never be sure of what he says or does.” In February 2008, Zakaria wrote that”conservatism was so strong in the 70s and 80s because the proposed solutions to the questions of the time”and”a new era requires new thinking.” He supported Barack Obama during his election campaign. In January 2009 the magazine”Forbes”named Zakariya one of the 25 most influential liberals in the American media. Zakaria tries not to identify themselves to any kind of ideology. «I think that part of my job is not to the adoption of any side, but the explanation of everything that happens, whatever. I will never support their team even if they do the wrong thing”- he says. In his book, he writes that democracy thrives in countries where the social system is supported by constitutional liberalism. Why They Hate Us» Newsweek, After September 11, Zakaria said in the article «Why They Hate Us» in the magazine Newsweek, that Islamic extremism is caused by stagnation and functional disorders in the Arab world. Zakaria is fighting to create an open and dynamic society in the Arab countries and thus help Islam enter the modern world. Zakaria supported the initial stage of the invasion of Iraq in 2003. At that time he said:”This place is rotten … A change of power is good. American Involvement th army for good.” He played for the operations authorized by the UN, with a much greater forces (about 400 000 soldiers) than assumed the administration of President George W. Bush. After the invasion, he often criticized the occupation of Iraq. In print, he often expressed the view that a functioning democratic system in Iraq would be a new model of Arab politics, but the price of the invasion and occupation was too high and does not justify the actions taken. Personal life Fareed Zakaria is a naturalized US citizen. Currently, he lives in New York with his wife, Paula Zakaria, son Omar, and two daughters – Lila and Sofia.
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