WASHINGTON, Sept. 14, 2011 -- As he prepares for the seventh annual meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative, former President Bill Clinton talks with "This Week" anchor Christiane Amanpour. At the top of his agenda: jobs, jobs, jobs.
With 14 million people unemployed in the U.S. and some 205 million unemployed worldwide, what are the solutions for the global jobs crisis? Can President Obama get his jobs plan through Congress? Does the former president see a way for the White House to work with Republican lawmakers? And what does he see as the clearest path to a second term for Obama?
And as Palestinians push for statehood, can former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, in his role as Middle East envoy, avert a confrontation at the United Nations? After last week's attacks on its embassy in Egypt, and a season of upheaval in the Arab world, how will Israel navigate growing tensions in the region? And what is in store for a post-Gadhafi Libya? Tony Blair, only on "This Week."
Plus, Google's Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt on what it will take to get this economy going again. When will there be a meaningful jobs recovery? Can the tech sector bring America back? Google's Eric Schmidt in a "This Week" exclusive.
Finally, this week's release of the Jacqueline Kennedy tapes brought new insights into the JFK presidency. Our roundtable with George Will, Cokie Roberts, ABC News senior political correspondent Jonathan Karl and presidential historian Michael Beschloss looks at the first lady's reflections on President Kennedy's leadership, and how presidents navigate through crisis.
And can President Obama sell his jobs plan? Is the loss of Anthony Weiner's seat in a liberal district an ominous sign for Democrats in 2012? And who came out on top in the latest GOP debate? That plus all the week's politics, Sunday on "This Week."