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FAREED ZAKARIA, HOST: This is GPS, the Global Public Square. Welcome to all of you in the United States and around the world. I’m Fareed Zakaria.
This week, America’s wars, past, present and potentially future. We’ll start on the Korean Peninsula where the Korean War has started again, technically, after the North summarily ended the armistice. Could there be conflict? If there is, the United States is bound by treaty to be involved.
Then, Afghanistan, the deadly Afghan attacks on Americans continue from the Taliban on the side and from President Hamid Karzai on the other. Is it just time to get out?
Also, ten years on since the Iraq War. Was it worth it?
…ZAKARIA: An exclusive conversation with Paul Wolfowitz who is often seen as the “intellectual godfather” of that war.
And from war do love, what countries do Americans love and hate? We have an actual list.