RealClearWorld Morning Edition

Europe's Crisis Is Far from Over - Brian Carney, Wall Street Journal
French Workers Aren't Lazy - Howard Davies, Financial Times
Hezbollah-Sunni War Is About to Start - Hanin Ghaddar, NOW Lebanon
Brazil: The Self-absorbed Giant - Andres Oppenheimer, Miami Herald
Iran's Shrewd Move - Michael Makovsky & Blaise Misztal, Weekly Standard
China Is Keeping the Peace at Sea - Allen Carlson, Foreign Affairs
Censorship Alive and Well in Canada - Elizabeth Renzetti, Globe and Mail
A Syrian Crackup Looks More Likely - Rami Khouri, The Daily Star
What if China 'Droned' the Dalai Lama? - Tom Gallagher, Common Dreams
Another Hollywood Insult Aimed at Iran - Nazee Moinian, NY Daily News
U.S. Energy Power Will Reshape Military - Nikolas Gvosdev, WPR
No, North Korea Isn't Testing Iran's Nuke - Jeffrey Lewis, Foreign Policy
It's Finally Time to Come Home, America - Patrick Buchanan, Creators
The End of the European Dream - Stefan Auer, Eurozine
A Tale of Robot Love in Japan - Aubrey Belford, The Global Mail

RealClearWorld Editorials

Only Arming Moderates Can Save Syria - The National
Saudi Arabia Must Reform, Slowly - Gulf News
India Must Put British Crimes Behind It - Times of India
Everyone Pays for the BBC's Failures - Daily Telegraph