Quotes by: Fareed Zakaria
If you go to India the roads are being built almost entirely with private sector money and by the private sector. If you look at many, many countries in Europe that's how they're doing it.
America's growth historically has been fueled mostly by investment, education, productivity, innovation and immigration. The one thing that doesn't seem to have anything to do with America's growth rate is a brutal work schedule.
Conservatives used to believe in confronting hard truths, not succumbing to comforting fairy tales. Some still do.
Whenever someone says the word community, I want to reach for an oxygen mask.
There is a huge crisis of employment in America, in the Western world in general.
I think it is quite untrue that it is standard journalistic practice to name the interviewer when quoting from an interview.
Americans have so far put up with inequality because they felt they could change their status. They didn't mind others being rich, as long as they had a path to move up as well. The American Dream is all about social mobility in a sense - the idea that anyone can make it.
The Web forces me to be disciplined and not to waste time - but before the Web was invented, there were plenty of opportunities to do that anyway.
I very much want to be in the business of creating content, of doing stories all over the world rather than figuring out what the business model is for 'Newsweek' on the iPad, although that's very important work as well.
One of the things that has been very difficult in Libya is the sense of uncertainty - the sense that they haven't actually finished the revolution, that there was still a great deal of uncertainty. That uncertainty has made Libya harder for business in terms of oil and other things as well.
Street protests in Saudi Arabia might warm our hearts, but they could easily lead to $250 a barrel oil and a global recession.
If a senator calls me up and asks me what should we do in Iraq, I'm happy to talk to him.
During the Cold War, we were interested because we were scared that Russia and the United States were going to go to war. We were scared that Russia was going to take over the world. Every country became a battleground.
Whenever societies do well, they believe that there is something in their cultural DNA that made it happen.
You know, when the cost of capital goes down, when credit becomes cheap, people start taking greater and greater risks.