RealClearWorld Morning Edition

How Mexico Got Back in the Game - Thomas Friedman, New York Times
Who Just Started Arming Syria's Rebels? - Michael Weiss, NOW Lebanon
Lessons from the Failed Global War on Drugs - Gutsch & Moreno, Spiegel
Raul's Cuba: Some Tweaks, Same Old Regime - Juan Tamayo, Miami H'ld
Palestinians in America's Back Seat - James Zogby, The National
Democracy at Risk - from the West - Trudy Rubin, Philadelphia Inquirer
What a Defense Secretary Does - Dan Senor, Weekly Standard
China's Secret Foreign Policy - Richard Lourie, Moscow Times
India Can't Shake the Gandhis - James Traub, Foreign Policy
Why the U.S. Would Be Lucky to Become Japan - Zachary Karabell, Reuters
America's Pivot, Taiwan and Anti-Access - James Holmes, The Diplomat
The Cyrus Cylinder and the Jews - Jonathan Tobin, Commentary Magazine
Osaka: Japan's Latter-Day Second City - Roger Pulvers, Japan Times
The World Wants Vancouverism - Doug Saunders, Globe and Mail
The American Foreign Policy Poem - Walter Russell Mead, American Interest

RealClearWorld Editorials

Progress in the Pacific - Washington Post
Negotiating with Stones and Bullets - Haaretz
Terror in Plain Sight - New York Daily News
Cold War Is History - Now It's the Cool War - The Observer