RealClearWorld Morning Edition

The Bullies of Beijing - Minxin Pei, The Diplomat
Obama Walks Fine Line in Egypt - David Kirkpatrick, New York Times
A U.S. Global Exit Strategy - Kenneth Weisbrode, World Politics Review
Building a Conservative World Order - Adam Garfinkle, American Interest
U.S. Pushing Asia to War - Koohan Paik & Jerry Mander, The Nation
Real Story Behind the 9/11/12 Attacks - Thomas Joscelyn, Weekly Standard
Japan Loses Faith in Politics - Rupert Wingfield-Hayes, BBC News
Will the Bolivarian Revolution Outlive Chavez? - Charles Shapiro, LAT
South Korea's Forgotten War - Doyeun Kim, The Atlantic
Europe's Conservatives Heed U.S. Right - Doug Saunders, Globe and Mail
Only Bad Habits Prevent Iran Nuke Deal - Richard Dalton, The World Today
Mexico Is Still Bleeding - Ted Galen Carpenter, The National Interest
Will China Be the Largest Economy in 2030? - Gordon Chang, WAJ
In Japan, Life Is Still Good - Ezra Vogel, Washington Post
Hagel Would Make the Neocons Squirm - Jacob Heilbrunn, Foreign Policy

RealClearWorld Editorials

Assad's Wobbly, Time to Push - Chicago Tribune
The Man Who Could Save Italy - The Economist
Syria's Displaced Millions Struggle for Survival - Gulf News
The Real James Bond Needs Policing - The Independent