RealClearWorld Morning Edition

Obama's Prize: Losing the Peace? - Ronald Krebs, Washington Post
Nobel Laureate's Afghan Obligation - Bob Kerrey, Wall Street Journal
All About Gen. Stanley McChrystal - Daniel Dombey, Financial Times
Cameron Looks the Part, But Misses Point - Simon Heffer, Daily Telegraph
Brazil Flexes Muscles over Honduras - Jens Glusing, Der Spiegel
Nobel's Perverse and Premature Award - Malcolm Rifkind, The Times
Obama's Nobel Prize a Farce - Benjamin Kerstein, The New Ledger
Obama's Foreign Policy Conundrum - Couloumbis, Ahlstrom & Weaver, RCW
Mr. Zapatero Goes to Washington - Soeren Kern, Weekly Standard
Berlusconi Under Siege - Anna Masera, The Guardian
What Sort of Europe after Lisbon's Passage? - The Economist
Ending the Cuban Embargo - Andrew Bast, World Politics Review
Gaza Report Seals Abbas' Fate - Sami Moubayed, Asia Times
Behind the Sri Lankan Bloodbath - Brahma Chellaney, Forbes
Why Is Bhutan So Happy? - Swaminathan S. Anklesaria Aiyar, Cato Institute
The Compass: A Gold Star for the Imperial Presidency

RealClearWorld Editorials

A Restoration of U.S. Leadership - New York Times
Nobel's Foolish Prize - The Times
China as Global Media Power - The Australian
Pyongyang Should Return to Talks - Japan Times