RealClearWorld Morning Edition

Syria Becoming a Failed State - David Ignatius, Washington Post
If Iran Gets the Bomb - Conrad Black, National Post
West Scrambles to Battle Mali Jihadists - Matthias Gebauer, Der Spiegel
America's Strategic Stupidity - Andrew Bacevich, The Spectator
Obama's Afghanistan: All Exit, No Strategy - James Traub, Foreign Policy
France Could Be the Next Disaster - Robert Nolan, U.S. News & World Report
Hagel Could Signal Tougher Stance on Iran - Doyle McManus, LA Times
Hey Obama, Butt Out of Britain's Affairs - Simon Heffer, Daily Mail
The Obama Doctrine 3.0 - Nikolas Gvosdev, World Politics Review
Hagel's Critics Are Fringe - Patrick Buchanan, American Conservative
Argentina Trolls the UK over the Falklands - Liam Hoare, The Atlantic
Syria: A Jihadi Paradise - Pepe Escobar, Asia Times
Britain's Big European Divorce - Stuart Brown, The European
The Kurdish Challenge - Sinan Ulgen, New York Times
Pakistan's Militants a Many-Headed Beast - Samira Shackle, The Guardian

RealClearWorld Editorials

Seeking a New Path with North Korea - Korea Times
India Must Draw Red Lines for Afghanistan - Deccan Chronicle
Venezuela in a State of Limbo - The Economist
India's National Shame - Japan Times