RealClearWorld Morning Edition

China's Ferrari-red Communists - Follath & Wagner, Der Spiegel
Will China Embrace Multiculturalism? - Martin Jacques, BBC News
The Endangered United Kingdom - Neil Rogachevsky, The National Interest
The New Space Race - G. Ryan Faith, World Affairs Journal
Israel Should Trade Its Nukes - Uri Bar-Joseph, Foreign Affairs
U.S.-Iran Talks and Israel's Dilemma - Jonathan Tobin, Commentary
No Peace with Syria's Tyrant - Natan Sharansky, Washington Post
The Limits of U.S. Power - Caroline Glick, Jerusalem Post
Benghazi and the Shrinking President - Mark Steyn, National Review
No Pro-lifer Supports Drones - Jack Hunter, American Conservative
Tories Distance Themselves from Europe - Charles Moore, Daily Telegraph
Russia's Military Build-up - Sergei Karaganov, Russia in Global Affairs
Don't Toss Out Afghan Progress - The Economist
Hezbollah's Back Against the Wall - Varun Vira, World Politics Review
Tunnels of Gaza: Isolation or Escape? - Nicolas Pelham, NY Review of Books

RealClearWorld Editorials

China Could Turn Over a New Leaf - The Guardian
China's Censors Strike Again - Washington Post
Ukraine's Ugly Elections - Bloomberg
Europe, Stop Kicking the Can Down the Road - Chicago Tribune