Coming Up On 'This Week': Susan Rice

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Coming up on 'This Week' our headliner US Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice.

As President Barack Obama delivers his speech on nuclear proliferation in Prague this Sunday morning - and with a possible North Korean rocket launch hanging in the balance - Rice joins George Stephanopoulos for her first Sunday morning interview since becoming the Ambassador to the UN.

In addition to covering the news of the morning, Rice discuss the many foreign policy challenges facing the administration in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iran.

Then former George W. Bush speechwriter David Frum, President of the Council on Foreign Relations Richard Haass, The Huffington Post's Arianna Huffington and ABC News' Martha Raddatz and George Will join George Stephanopoulos in the roundtable to break down the President's first trip overseas.

How did Obama do at the G-20 summit? What do the panelists make of the evolving US relationships with China, Russia and Iran? And what about Europe's enthusiastic response to the Obamas?

On the domestic front the roundtable will tackle all the week's economic news including the administration's plan for the faltering auto industry, the rising unemployment numbers, and Congress' approval of Obama's budget.

You won't want to miss this show!

See you Sunday morning.

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