Sunday, in a "This Week" exclusive, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., sits down with Christiane Amanpour for a live interview on the growing crisis in Libya and the greater Middle East.
As President Obama declares that Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi must leave office, Amanpour will ask the former naval aviator and presidential nominee why he thinks a no-fly zone should be enforced over Libya. How far should the U.S. be willing to go to pressure Gadhafi economically and militarily? The Ranking Republican on the Armed Services Committee, Sen. John McCain, only on "This Week."
Then, Christiane will lead a discussion about how women are transforming the Muslim world with her exclusive guests, Daily Beast and Newsweek Editor in Chief Tina Brown, Egyptian writer and activist Dr. Nawal El Saadawi, Zainab Salbi of Women for Women International and Sussan Tahmadebi of the International Civil Society Action Network for Women's Rights, Peace and Security. Plus, Tina Brown will have a sneak preview of the newly redesigned Newsweek Magazine.
And some encouraging new jobs numbers show the economy is moving in the right direction, but is it fast enough? Where are the American jobs? Could buying more American-made products be part of the solution? As part of a special ABC News series of reports, "This Week" looks at "Made in America" with special guests ABC News anchors Diane Sawyer, David Muir and Sharyn Alfonsi.
The publisher and real-estate magnate Mort Zuckerman, Chrystia Freeland of Reuters and United Steelworkers President Leo Gerard will discuss how America can generate more jobs in a competitive global economy.
From unrest across the globe to jobs here at home, it's a packed hour, Sunday on "This Week with Christiane Amanpour." You won't want to miss it.