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How To Undermine A Democracy

Fareed Zakaria, Host Of Fareed Zakaria GPS, CNN

12-Feb-18 08:05

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How To Undermine A Democracy

Described as "the most influential foreign policy adviser of his generation", Fareed Zakaria is the Host of CNN's 'Fareed Zakaria GPS', the network's flagship international affairs programme and a destination for those seeking smart commentary and civil conversation about the big ideas and the current global challenges.

We spoke to him on the sidelines of the World Capital Markets Symposium 2018 and discussed the issues that are affecting our time.


Presented by: Sharaad Kuttan


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Tags:  CapitalismNeo-Liberal CapitalismPopulist PoliticsChina and the South China SeaChinaWorld Capital Markets SymposiumGovernment/Regulatory/Policy MakingEconomy, MarketsPolitics, News, Current Affairs

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