RealClearWorld Morning Edition

The Chinese Dragon Is Trembling - Jonathan Freedland, The Guardian
The Hard Men of the Syrian Revolution - C. J. Chivers, New York Times
France on Verge of a Nervous Breakdown - Robert Zaretsky, Foreign Policy
Why Israel Fears Syrian Fallout - Aaron Klein & Karl Vick, Time
The Myths of America's Shadow War - Loch Johnson, The Atlantic
Britain in a State of Deep Moral Decline - Gerry Hassan, The Scotsman
Greek Fascists Infiltrating Schools - Nathalie Savaricas, Independent
Mexico's Choice: Fast Growth or Failed State - Pedro Ugarte, Boston Review
Africa's Newest Colonial Power? Canada - Doug Saunders, Globe and Mail
Mexico's Drug War Quieter, Just as Lethal - Nick Miroff, Washington Post
High-End Gifts Threaten China's Regime - John Ivison, National Post
Gandhi Was a Wily Operator - Patrick French, Daily Telegraph
Can a Realist Be a Republican? - Daniel McCarthy, American Conservative
Russia's Soft Power Too Soft - Fyodor Lukyanov, Russia in Global Affairs
The Global War on Odd Baby Names - BBC News

RealClearWorld Editorials

Mission Accomplished in Mali? - Washington Post
Arab Spring Can't Be Crushed by Egypt, Syrian Turmoil - Toronto Star
Broader Mideast Conflict Serves No One's Interest - The National
Conservative Plotters Swirl Around David Cameron - The Independent