RealClearWorld Morning Edition

History's Shadow over the Middle East - Robert Kaplan, Stratfor
Gulf Widens Between U.S. and Volatile Karzai - Rod Nordland, NY Times
'Post-Zionism' Is Still Anti-Zionism - David Frum, National Post
South Korea's Iran - Byong-Chul Lee, Project Syndicate
Understanding Chinese Politics Today - Doug Guthrie, Forbes
Assad Holds Syria's Diversity Hostage - Haroon Siddiqui, Toronto Star
Putin Power Weakening Russia - Walter Russell Mead, American Interest
Pakistan's Fracturing President - Azeem Ibrahim, The Diplomat
George Osborne's Huge Political Gamble - Andrew Rawnsley, The Guardian
Hungary's Pit Bull Prime Minister - James Kirchick, Foreign Policy
Canada: Hong Kong of the Cold North - Andrew Coyne, Calgary Herald
Is Burma's Reintegration with West for Real? - John Metzler, Japan Times
Mexico's Violence Is Up - so Is Its Tourism - Andres Oppenheimer, Miami Hld
Don't Blame Microcredit - Blame Its Distortion - Doug Saunders, G&M
Can Europe's Pirate Party Change Politics? - Kaiser & Latsch, Der Spiegel

RealClearWorld Editorials

Two Steps Back on North Korea - The Economist
Giving Egypt's Generals a Pass - Washington Post
Emails Reveal Assad's Guilty Inner Circle - The National
Britain Needs a Budget for Growth and Enterprise - Daily Telegraph