RealClearWorld Morning Edition

If You Thought Benghazi Was Bad, Watch Syria - Robert Baer, Time
Morsi Pushes Egypt Toward the Brink - Matthias Gebauer, Der Spiegel
Egypt's Predictable Unraveling - Andrew McCarthy, National Review
China's Military Reach Grows, Are We Ready? - Nikolas Gvosdev, WPR
Arming Syrian Rebels in U.S. Interest - Doyle McManus, Los Angeles Times
What Will Obama Do About Syria's WMD? - Fred Kaplan, Slate
Northern Europe Is Doing it Right - Alyson Bailes, The World Today
Obama Lacks Resolve to Tackle Iran - John Vinocur, New York Times
The Sick Man of Africa - Richard Dowden, The Spectator
Europe's Extremist Threat Is Criminal - Doug Saunders, Globe and Mail
The Collapse of the Entitlement State - Fabio Rafael Fiallo, RealClearWorld
A Better Two-State Solution - Conrad Black, National Post
Too Many Saudi Princes - Guzansky & Goldman, The National Interest
U.S. Should Support Scottish Independence - Alex Salmond, Wash Post
India and Pakistan: A New Era? - Rohan Joshi, Pragati

RealClearWorld Editorials

Dangerous Battle to Unseat Egypt's Morsi - The Guardian
Assad Must Not Cross the Red Line - Gulf News
North Korea: There They Go Again - Japan Times
Sectarianism Lives on in Ireland - The Independent