RealClearWorld Morning Edition

Despite U.S. Paranoia, the World Is Safer - Greg Jaffe, Washington Post
Inside Israel's Nuclear Wargames - David Patrikarakos, The Telegraph
Greece Flirts with Tyranny - Nick Cohen, The Observer
The Turn Away from Europe - Josef Joffe, Commentary Magazine
New Chinese Leader's Army Ties Could Test U.S. - Jane Perlez, NY Times
Restive Population Spooks China's Rulers - Minxin Pei, Toronto Star
How China Helped Make America - Eric Jay Dolin, The Daily Beast
The Dumb Politics of Benghazi - Michael Hastings, BuzzFeed
Sandy & Benghazi: A Tale of Two Crises - Mark Steyn, National Review
America's Historical Amnesia over Libya - Clara Gutteridge, The Nation
Zetas Cartel Occupies Mexican State - Tracy Wilkinson, LA Times
U.S. Congress in for Foreign Policy Shakeup - Josh Rogin, Foreign Policy
Is the UK Really Back on Track? - Moorad Choudhry, CNBC
How India Sees the U.S. Election - Sridhar Krishnaswami, The Diplomat
U.S. Could Learn from Argentina's Mistakes - Jay Hallen, City Journal

RealClearWorld Editorials

Abbas' Unwarranted Gibe - Khaleej Times
A Security Breakdown in Benghazi - Washington Post
America's Drone War Debate Just Beginning - The Economist
Syria Opposition Needs to Accept Change at Doha - The National