RealClearWorld Morning Edition

Wave of Nationalism Sweeps Northeast Asia - Barbara Demick, LA Times
For Arabs, a State of Abandonment - Rami Khouri, The Daily Star
A Hollow Referendum Win for Morsi - Leah Farrall, The Australian
2012: From Arab Spring to Early Winter - Steve Chapman, Chicago Tribune
Benghazi Questions Unanswered - McCain, Graham & Ayotte, Wash Times
On Foreign Policy, Why Obama Is Like Ike - Fareed Zakaria, Time
Obama Repeating Bush's Mistakes in Syria - Michael Rubin, Daily News
Why Bahrain's Monarchy Hates Journalists - Nicholas Kristof, NY Times
North Korea's Blackmail Missile - Yuriko Koike, Project Syndicate
The World Is Running Out of Food - Doug Saunders, Globe and Mail
Abandoning Afghanistan - Gary Schmitt, Weekly Standard
What's Wrong with Indian Men? - Kalpana Sharma, The Hindu
The Divergent Paths of China's 'Princelings' - Damien Ma, The Atlantic
Will Iraq Fall Apart if Talabani Dies? - Peter Galbraith, Foreign Policy
The Coming Burma Boom - Simon Roughneen, The Diplomat

RealClearWorld Editorials

The Hagel Zeitgeist - National Review
Asia's Ascent Hinges on China's Will to Tackle Problems - China Times
Russian Roulette in Syria - The Daily Star
Silvio Berlusconi Stumbles - Boston Herald