RealClearWorld Morning Edition

Is al-Qaeda Still a Threat to the U.S.? - Robert Worth, New York Times
Barack Obama Lost the Middle East - Amir Taheri, New York Post
What Type of Navy Does America Need? - Michael O'Hanlon, USA Today
China's Inadvertent Empire - Pantucci & Petersen, National Interest
America's Way or Huawei - Ian Bremmer, Reuters
China's State Companies Aren't Villains - Andrew Coyne, National Post
U.S. Drones Only Create New Enemies - Patrick Cockburn, The Independent
Arming Syria's Rebels Still a Bad Idea - Rachel Stohl & Alison Giffen, Politico
The Dangers of American Exceptionalism - Janice Kennedy, Ottawa Citizen
Letting America's Shadow Recede - Michael Weiss, NOW Lebanon
How Will Brotherhood Govern? Look to Sudan - Andrew Natsios, U.S. News
South Korea's Presidential Showdown - Jeffrey Robertson, The Diplomat
How ExxonMobil Outsmarted Baghdad - Ben Van Heuvelen, Foreign Policy
Why Britain Is Vital for the EU - Ulrich Speck, Carnegie Endowment
Alex Salmond: Scotland's Best Asset & Liability - Euan McColm, Scotsman

RealClearWorld Editorials

Romney Right on U.S. Navy - Boston Herald
China's New Leaders in for a Rough Ride - The Economist
Obama & Romney's Dishonest Foreign Policy Promise - Washington Post
The BBC Wasn't Curious Enough About Savile - The Observer