RealClearWorld Morning Edition

Getting a Clearer View of Syria's Civil War - Christoph Reuter, Der Spiegel
The Year the Arab Spring Went Bad - F. Gregory Gause, Foreign Policy
Why Xi May Really Shake Up China - Melinda Liu, Newsweek
West Bank 2012: A Year of Settlement - Karl Vick, Time
Netanyahu's New Headache - Ben Birnbaum, The New Republic
The Man Who Would Replace Chavez - Wallis & Ellsworth, Reuters
U.S.-Venezuela Ties May Rebound - Andres Oppenheimer, Miami Herald
A New Agenda for the U.S. and Russia - Albright & Ivanov, New York Times
The Frivolous U.S.-Russia Relationship - Robert Merry, National Interest
Hagel's Problem: Realism on Iran, U.S. Power - Stephen Kinzer, Guardian
World's Top Priority for 2013 - Kurt Shillinger, Christian Science Monitor
Magna Carta at 800, UK Must Celebrate - Philip Johnston, Telegraph
Gerard Depardieu, Tax Refugee - Rich Lowry, National Review
Will the Son Also Rise in Pakistan? - Zahid Hussain, Dawn
In Myanmar, a Winning Hand for America - Nehginpao Kipgen, The Hindu

RealClearWorld Editorials

10 Ways for Obama to Remake the World - Bloomberg
Stoking an Old Militarism in Japan - Japan Times
Don't Let Pipeline Politics Paralyze Canada - National Post
Korea Comes to a Historic Crossroad - JoongAng Daily