RealClearWorld Morning Edition

The World's Worst War - Jeffrey Gettleman, New York Times
False Hope Springs Eternal in Eurozone - Jeremy Warner, Daily Telegraph
Japan's Troubling Right Turn - Kathryn Ibata-Arens, The Daily Beast
Census Reveals an Unrecognizable Britain - Peter Hitchens, Daily Mail
Will Arab Spring Herald Kurdish Century? - Ofra Bengio, Jerusalem Post
So, What Did Egyptians Really Vote For? - Dina Samak, Ahram Online
In Egypt, the Elite vs. the Unwashed - Haroon Siddiqui, Toronto Star
Where's the Outrage Against Hamas? - Frida Ghitis, Miami Herald
Is David Cameron Afraid of Ed Miliband? - Andrew Rawnsley, Observer
Coming to Terms with Google's Global Power - Paul Gillespie, Irish Times
A Turning Point in East Asia - Brahma Chellaney, Japan Times
East Asia: Stop Squabbling, Start Drilling - Will Hickey, Yale Global
India's Af-Pak Opportunity - C. Raja Mohan, Indian Express
What Does Avigdor Lieberman Want? - Gideon Levy, Haaretz
The Woes of an American Drone Operator - Nicola Abe, Der Spiegel

RealClearWorld Editorials

Time for U.S. to Cure Its Sick Gun Laws - Globe and Mail
Venezuela After Hugo Chavez - Boston Herald
China's Provocations Could Lead to Armed Conflict - Asahi Shimbun
Anti-China or Anti-Japan, Nationalism Helps No One - China Times