Who is he: Fareed Zakaria is host of CNN's flagship international affairs program titled "Fareed Zakaria GPS." Zakaria is also the editor at large of Time, a Washington Post columnist, and a New York Times bestselling author. Zakaria was described in 1999 by Esquire magazine as "the most influential foreign policy adviser of his generation." In 2010, Foreign Policy named him one of the top 100 global thinkers.
The Post-American World, which is Dr. Zakaria's most recent book, was heralded in the New York Times book review as "...a relentlessly intelligent book" and The Economist called it "...a powerful guide" to facing global challenges. Like The Post-American World, his previous book, The Future of Freedom, was a New York Times bestseller and has been translated into over 20 languages.
In fact, as can be seen from his background, Zakaria has been groomed relentlessly to be a non-Anglo spokesperson for the new world order that the Anglosphere elites are attempting to build around the world. Every part of Zakaria's background presents his globalist credentials.
It is no coincidence that Zakaria wrote a book called The Post-American World, as this is where the elites are headed. They will pretend Anglosphere control is waning while imposing it ever more forcefully everywhere. Zakaria is a prime apologist of this dangerous, conspiratorial process.
Background: Born in India on January 20, 1964, Fareed Zakaria went on to receive a B.A. from Yale College and a Ph.D from Harvard University. Dr. Zakaria has received honorary degrees from numerous universities including Brown, the University of Miami and Oberlin College. Zakaria currently serves as a Trustee of Yale University. Zakaria lives in New York City with his wife, son and two daughters.
Since 2008, Zakaria has hosted "Fareed Zakaria GPS," which airs Sundays worldwide on CNN. Dr. Zakaria's in-depth interviews with the Dalai Lama, heads of state including Barack Obama, Manmohan Singh, King Abdullah II, Dmitry Medvedev, Moammar Gadhafi and Lula da Silva, as well as countless intellectuals, business leaders, politicians and journalists, have been broadcast in more than 200 million homes in over 210 countries. Within its first year, "GPS" garnered an Emmy nomination for an interview with Chinese Premier Wen Jaibao.
Dr. Zakaria was introduced as Time editor at large in October 2010 after spending 10 years overseeing all of Newsweek's editions abroad. His cover stories and columns – on subjects from globalization and emerging markets to the Middle East and America's role in the world – reach more than 25 million readers weekly. While his columns have received many awards including a 2010 National Magazine Award, his October 2001 Newsweek cover story, "Why They Hate Us," remains the most decorated. Before joining Newsweek in October 2000, Zakaria spent eight years as managing editor of Foreign Affairs, a post to which he was appointed at only 28 years old.