RealClearWorld Morning Edition

Monday, February 8
Will Turkey, Russia Fan Flames Into an Inferno? - Metin Gurcan, ALM
North Korea's Nuke-Capable Missile Could Hit US - G. Chang, Daily Beast
Stop Ignoring North Korea - Doug Bandow, Japan Times
Obama's Syrian Shame - Roger Cohen, New York Times
Does Obama Not See the Tides of War Swell? - J. Diehl, Washington Post
North Korea Has Finally Pushed Seoul Too Far - Peter Hartcher, SMH
Europe's Bankers Move Through the Past, Darkly - W. Munchau, F. Times
Trudeau, You Must Choose: Paris or Calgary? - Rex Murphy, National Post
Despite TPP, Vietnamese Communist Hardliners Rise - S. Strangio, WPR
In Poland, the Ashes of Smolensk Smolder Yet - A. Duval Smith, Guardian
The Kremlin Creates a New Legion of Useful Idiots - Lucian Kim, Reuters
The Balts Should Learn From Tiny Israel - M. Champion, Bloomberg View
Why Would Putin Ever Attack the Baltics? - D. Bandow, National Interest
One of Europe's Last Communist Bastions Holds Out - Paul Ames, Pol. EU
How Israel Silenced Its Own Trump - Liel Leibovitz, Tablet Magazine
The Great Populists - Jacek Rostowski, Project Syndicate
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Sunday, February 7
The Germans Who Would Accommodate Russia - Economist
Is Assad at Long Last Winning? - Hassan Hassan, The National
If Rebels Lose Aleppo, It's Game Over - Nancy Youssef, Daily Beast
Obama Is Letting Adversaries Win Syria - E. Hokayem, FP
The Global Economy's New Abnormal - Nouriel Roubini, Project Syndicate
Donald Trump, the European Candidate - Kaj Leers, RealClearWorld
Eastern Ukraine: A Theme-Park Ode to Soviet Glory - Daniel Metcalfe, NS
How Iraq Looting Unearthed Treasures of Gilgamesh - A. George, Aeon
The Pollsters Will Be Wrong About the EU Vote, Too - Janet Daley, Telegraph
Strengthening Canada's Military: A Huge Opportunity - Conrad Black, NP
Why Does the UN Protect Julian Assange? - N. Feldman, Bloomberg View
Who Are the True Heirs of Zionism? - Steven Erlanger, New York Times
Meeting an ISIS Fighter - Sebastian Meyer, Washington Post
How Not to Help the Iranian People - Jonathan Tobin, Commentary
Democrats Can't Overlook Foreign Policy - Wall Street Journal
Saturday, February 6
Is America Great? - Edward Alden & Rebecca Strauss, Foreign Affairs
Will the West Choose to Lead on Trade? - Xenia Wickett, RealClearWorld
A Power Caught Between Allies and Adversaries - A.D. Miller, RCWorld
Toward a U.S.-Russia Equilibrium - Henry Kissinger, National Interest
Why Russian-Turkish Hostility Makes Sense - George Friedman, GF
Busting the Mythology of Calabria's Mafia - Anna Sergi, The Conversation
Russia's Chechnya Strategy Blasts Aleppo - Natalie Nougayrede, Guardian
The Long Road to Mosul - Denise Natali, War on the Rocks
Only These Iranian Companies Win From Sanctions Lift - Erdbrink, NYT
Hitler's Romanian Ally - Robert Kaplan, Foreign Policy
Why Europe Can't Create Leaders - Joel Weickgenant, RealClearWorld
The US and Colombia Will Lead the Americas On - Marco Rubio, Nat. Rev.
A Return to Violence in Southern Philippines? - Mong Palatino, Diplomat
5 Old British Ads Better Than Anything in Super Bowl - M. Duffy, Digiday
Max Boot: Syria Policy a Stain on Obama's Presidency - WS Journal
ICYMI: There Is no Plan B for Europe - Kaj Leers, RealClearWorld
Friday, February 5
The Islamic State Is Still Rising - David Ignatius, Washington Post
The Defeat of Democracy at the EU Level - Yanis Varoufakis, Guardian
Eisenhower's Middle East Is No More - Kevin Sullivan, RealClearWorld
The Sudden Ruin of Turkish Ambition - Henri Barkey, Foreign Policy
Erdogan's New Sultanate - Economist
Admit It Already: Europe Needs Britain - Philip Stephens, Financial Times
Why the UN Chief Is Picking on Israel Now - Benny Avni, New York Post
France's Search for Influence Lost - Nicholas Vinocur, Politico EU
Sanders Rides the Wave of Global Populism - John Cassidy, New Yorker
An Independent Scotland Would Already Be a Mess - F. Nelson, Telegraph
Obama Breaks the Chessboard - Rosanna Ryan, ABC Australia
Russian Banks, Lies, and an Emoji Shrug - Masha Gessen, New York Times
Changes in French Spelling Cause Uproar - BBC
Europe's Development Bank Is Now a Crisis Agency - Marc Champion, BV
The Rise of the Rest Has Stalled - Sami Karam, New Geography
Thursday, February 4
U.S. Interests Vulnerable to Russia - Max Boot, Commentary
A New Deal for Europe - Thomas Piketty, New York Review of Books
Russia's Laughable Hope: Privatization - Mark Adomanis, Moscow Times
Panic, Kremlin-Style - William Pomeranz, Reuters
A New Revolution in the Halls of Kyiv? - L. Bershidsky, Bloomberg View
Backlash Grows to Schengen Backlash - Janosch Delcker, Politico EU
A New Dawn in My Country, Colombia - Juan Manuel Santos, Miami Herald
Fix Colombia's Flawed Deal With FARC - Ana Quintana, National Interest
Zika May Change Latin America's View on Abortion - Zoe Schlanger, NW
Why Bernie Sidesteps Foreign Policy - Max Fisher, Vox
How Politics Poisoned Islam - Mustafa Akyol, New York Times
Russia's Theater of Tyranny - Erin Mundahl, Weekly Standard
David Cameron's EU-miliation - Nico Hines, Daily Beast
The Right-Wing Press Tries to Bully the EU Away - P. Toynbee, Guardian
Is Trump Pulling a Farage? - Rupert Myers, Telegraph
Wednesday, February 3
The Deplorable State of 2016 Foreign Policy - Stephen Walt, Foreign Policy
Britain and Brussels Spar for Sovereignty - George Friedman, Geo. Futures
How Britain's Prime Minister Learned EU Diplomacy - R. Behr, Guardian
Now, Can Cameron Keep Britain In? - Stephen Bush, New Statesman
How Russia Uses Refugees Against Europe - Judy Dempsey, Carnegie Eur.
Cameron Just Raised the Stakes for Euroskeptics - Dan Hodges, Telegraph
The War in Ukraine Is Back - Pierre Vaux, Daily Beast
Southern Africa Sits Between Drought and Famine - Robert Rotberg, G&M
Watch Out for Russia's Massive Military Overhaul - Steven Pifer, TNI
How Australia Gave Up Its Guns - Richard Fidler, ABC Australia
Why Do Neocons Hate Trump? - Leon Hadar, American Conservative
Trump's Pivot From Asia - Ankit Panda, The Diplomat
How the Danish Do Prison Right - Reiter, Sexton & Sumner, Washington Post
My Secret Egyptian Policeman - Mona Eltahawy, New York Times
Europe's Leaky New Shield Against U.S. Snooping - Noah Feldman, BV
Tuesday, February 2
An Italian-Iranian Hall of Mirrors - Roger Cohen, New York Times
How Utterly Pointless Is the Brexit Debate? - Gideon Rachman, Fin. Times
Would Anyone Like to Save Europe From Itself? - Richard Gowan, WPR
Updating the Delicate Balance of Terror - A Mount, Bulletin of At. Scientists
How ISIS Is Changing the State Department - John Hudson, Foreign Policy
After Obama, Reviving American Power - Kim Holmes, National Interest
Realists Have Their Candidate, and His Name Is Donald - D. Drezner, WP
Could Portugal Help Europe's Warring Left? - Peter Wise, New Statesman
No One Has Time for Venezuela Anymore - Mac Margolis, Bloomberg View
Iowa's Foreign Policy Choices - Juan Cole, Informed Comment
How to Stop Asia's Military Buildup - James Stavridis, Nikkei Asian Review
It's Time for Kyiv to Own Its Corruption - Yulia Andrusiv, Chatham House
Europe: Stop Blaming Greece Already - Joshua Keating, Slate
Fighting for an Open Israel - Carlo Strenger, Haaretz
VIDEO: Night Wolves, Putin's Motorbiking Militia - Guardian
Monday, February 1
Don't Shoot the Messenger, Israel - Ban Ki-moon, New York Times
Playing 'Blame Israel' With the New York Times - S. Flatow, Times of Israel
The Trump Doctrine Revealed - Josh Rogin, Bloomberg View
A Case Study of the Iran-Iraq War - Joost Hiltermann, London Review
Has Netanyahu Gone Crazy? - Robert Fisk, Independent
A Country Committing Islamicide - Maajid Nawaz, Daily Beast
Is Turkey at War or Not? - Nuray Mert, Hurriyet Daily News
Europe's Self-Interest, Unenlightened - Hans-Helmut Kotz, Proj. Syndicate
Hate It if You Like, but Davos Matters - David Rothkopf, Foreign Policy
Don't Give Sanders a Free Pass on Foreign Policy - Daniel DePetris, TNI
Cameron's Switch From Union Jack to EU Blue - M. D'Ancona, Guardian
The Syria Talks: Oslo 2.0? - Marwan Bishara, Al Jazeera
Charting the Jewish Exodus From France - Zack Beauchamp, Vox
China, the Bubble Kingdom - Walter Russell Mead, The American Interest
China Critics Are Safe Nowhere - Fred Hiatt, Washington Post
The Country That Supplies Eyes - Ross Velton, BBC
Sunday, January 31
Migration Fiasco Spells Doom for Project Europe - Janet Daley, Telegraph
What Happened to Europe's Principled Foreign Policy? - Economist
The Fight for El Chapo's Throne - Jeremy Kryt, The Daily Beast
Will Iran Deal Mean More Money for Hamas? - Ahmad Abu Amer, ALM
China Can't Postpone the Pain Forever - Michael Schuman, Bloomberg View
Why Iran's Leader Questions the Holocaust - Meir Javedanfar, Mideast Eye
Life and Death in an ISIS Prison - Mike Giglio & Munzer al-Awad, BuzzFeed
India's Media Has a Rape Problem - Rianna Starheim, Foreign Policy
Zika Swamps Venezuela's Ailing Health Care System - Gustavo Alex, MH
Sarkozy Can't Airbrush His Legacy - Nabila Ramdani, The Guardian
The Crackdown on Hezbollah's Financing Network - Matthew Levitt, WSJ
China: Surviving the Camps - Zha Jianying, New York Review of Books
Where Will China Lead Canada? - Doug Saunders, Globe and Mail
Moldova's Pro-Western Facade - Natalia Belan & Marc Schleifer, Politico EU
Saturday, January 30
The U.S. Is Clueless on the Middle East - Stephen Walt, Foreign Policy
The West Forgets the Jews and Embraces Iran - J. Tobin, Commentary
A New Dawn for Iranian Oil and Gas - Shaheer & Tamim Momeni, Diplomat
Japan's Bank Goes the European Route - Economist
Germany Wants Clarity by Springtime - R. Neukirch & R. Pfister, Spiegel
The Next Gaza Operation - Yom-Tov Samia, Jerusalem Post
Turkey Drifts Toward One-Party Paranoia - John Butler, Spectator
Corbyn Channels the Left's Hatred of the West - S. Montefiore, Standard
The Treacherous Path to Tory Leadership - Paul Goodman, Financial Times
We Are Syria's Moderate Opposition - Asaad Hanna, Guardian
Europe's Suicidal Tolerance of Intolerance - Herbert London, Asia Times
Germany's Heroic Embrace of Refugees - Alan Posener, Worldcrunch
Shocker: U.S. Knows About Russia's Corruption - L. Bershidsky, B. View
A Crash Course in Social Democracy - Ann Jones, The Nation
How to Prevent Another Benghazi - Philip Giraldi, American Conservative
ICYMI: Putin's Autonomy Doublespeak - Samuel Bendett, RealClearWorld
VIDEO: Governance in Africa - Foreign Affairs
Friday, January 29
How to Avoid War With Russia - Andrey Bezrukov et al, National Interest
Lights Out for the Putin Regime - Alexander Motyl, Foreign Affairs
Why Westphalia Deserves Scrutiny Now - Alan Philps, The National
Will Vietnam Stop Reforming? - Helen Clark, Lowy Interpreter
China Can't Avoid This Reckoning - Michael Schuman, Bloomberg View
China's Bumpy New Normal - Joseph Stiglitz, Project Syndicate
How Colombia Left the Abyss (The U.S. Helped) - P. Deshazo, Herald
Sweden Shows Us How Not to Handle Migration - F. Nelson, Telegraph
Britain Should Not Import the NFL - Martin Kettle, Guardian
Italy Kowtows to Iran for Cash - George Weigel, National Review
Neoconservatives Warm to Cruz - Rosie Gray, BuzzFeed
Obama Should Have Listened to Clinton on Egypt - David Ignatius, WaPo
The Cheap Fix for Zika That Isn't Used - Martha Mercer, Daily Beast
What Europe Should Finally Learn From Greece - N. Konstandaras, NYT
The GOP's FP Would Embarrass a Middle Schooler - Fred Kaplan, Slate
ICYMI: Russia's Impossible Choices - George Friedman, Geopolitical Futures
VIDEO: Is Poland Adopting Putin-Style Politics? - BBC News

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