RealClearWorld Morning Edition

The U.S. Isn't Ready for Asia Conflict - Michael Mazarr, Foreign Policy
Autocratic Rule Is Over in China - Bernhard Zand, Der Spiegel
Did Israel & U.S. Just Practice an Iran Strike? - Jonathan Schanzer, TNR
American Amateurism on Display in Syria - Rami Khouri, Daily Star
American Exceptionalism and Its Discontents - Cliff May, National Review
American Exceptionalism Is Arrogance - Bruce Fein, The National Interest
Europe, Not the Euro, May Split Apart - Joergen Moeller, Yale Global
Will Changes in China and U.S. Matter? - Charles Foran, Globe and Mail
Realist Obama vs. Idealist Romney - Couloumbis, Ahlstrom & Weaver, RCW
The UK's Needless Rush to the EU Exit - Martin Wolf, Financial Times
Euro-Skeptics and Petty Nationalists - Gerry Hassan, The Scotsman
Whoever Wins, Big Challenges Ahead for U.S. - Nikolas Gvosdev, WPR
The Next Four Years with N. Korea - Michael Green, JoongAng Daily
Benghazi's Smoking Gun - Patrick Buchanan, American Conservative
China Manages a Tense Transition - The Economist

RealClearWorld Editorials

Morning in America or Sunrise in Beijing? - Daily Telegraph
Arab Spring? More Like a Hurricane - The Daily Star
Afghanistan's Shocking Invitation to the Taliban - Gulf News
Military Intervention in Mali Looms - Irish Times