RealClearWorld Morning Edition

Monday, January 21
For Obama, al-Qaeda Is the World's Problem Now - Janet Daley, Telegraph
Don't Panic: Al-Qaeda Is Still Losing - Jason Burke, The Guardian
Obama Pivots Toward America - C. Raja Mohan, Indian Express
India vs. China: India Is Losing - Steven Rattner, New York Times
Bracing for Israel's 'Super Tuesday' - Susan Hattis Rolef, Jerusalem Post
Israel's 2 Tribes: Which Will Bibi Choose? - Alan Johnson, New Statesman
Did Likud Get Lost in Its Own Fog? - Ed Rettig, Times of Israel
Guangdong Province: China's Instigator - Jon Manthorpe, Vancouver Sun
Is China Running Out of Workers? - Gordon Chang, Forbes
Monti the Wrong Man to Lead Italy - Wolfgang Munchau, Financial Times
Russia: From Superpower to Super Weakling - Alexei Bayer, Moscow Times
Japan's Evolving Navy - James Hardy, The Diplomat
Chavez Is Not Going Quietly - Jackson Diehl, Washington Post
The Dark Secrets of the Russian Ballet - Anna Nemtsova, The Daily Beast
Stranded on the Roof of the World - Michael Finkel, National Geographic
Tuesday, January 22
West Must Tread Carefully in West Africa - Peter Jones, The Scotsman
Obama's Foreign Policy of Nothingness - Victor Davis Hanson, NRO
Obama Looks Inward, U.S. Allies Worry - Gideon Rachman, Fin. Times
Iran Wants a Nuclear Deal, Not War - Hossein Mousavian, The Guardian
Finally, an Israeli Vote on Domestic Issues - Amotz Asa-El, J'lem Post
Why the Israeli Left Is Lost - Ruth Margalit, Slate
Israel Isn't Isolated - Gabriel Scheinmann, The National Interest
Japan the Hawk? Not So Fast - Miller & Yokota, Foreign Affairs
Diplomacy Is Dead - Roger Cohen, New York Times
How Women Will Save the World - Christopher Dickey, Newsweek
Germany's 'Mealy-Mouthed' Foreign Policy - Neukirch & Repinski, Spiegel
Eurozone Family Has Trust Issues - Charles Crawford, The Commentator
UK Moves Away from the European Project - Adriano Bosoni, Stratfor
Kim's Second Test Is Xi's First - Ralph Cossa, JoongAng Daily
China's Water Pollution Crisis - Elizabeth Economy, The Diplomat
Wednesday, January 23
Why Netanyahu Failed and Lapid Surprised - Aluf Benn, Haaretz
Likud Backers Not Comforted by Bibi Win - Raphael Ahren, Times of Israel
Don't Expect an Obama-Netanyahu Blowup - Aaron David Miller, CNN
Time for Obama's Nixon Moment on Iran - Reza Marashi, Foreign Policy
A British Crusade in Africa Is Lunacy - Max Hastings, Daily Mail
Time for an 'In-Out' EU Vote in Great Britain - British PM David Cameron
Cameron Trying to Ride Two Horses at Once - Brian Taylor, BBC News
Betting Big on Europe's Bad Economies - Patrick Smith, Fiscal Times
Hillary Clinton in the Hot Seat - Eli Lake, The Daily Beast
On Benghazi, Blame the Bureaucracy - Sarah Chayes, Los Angeles Times
Obama Has Given Up Fight Against al-Qaeda - Con Coughlin, Telegraph
Barack Obama Is No Isolationist - Alex Massie, The Spectator
The Italian Mafia Goes Green - Anthony Faiola, Washington Post
Polite Canada Won't Mock U.S. -- But It Could - Tim Mak, Ottawa Citizen
Venezuela Stuck in a David Foster Wallace Novel - Tyszka & Marcano, NYT
Thursday, January 24
Cameron Just Blew Up the Tory Party - Peter Oborne, Daily Telegraph
Cameron Guts European Power - Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian
What Just Happened in Israel's Election? - David Horovitz, Times of Israel
The Right Is Still Dominant in Israel - Michael Koplow, Foreign Affairs
Europe's Dream Now a Nightmare - Victor Davis Hanson, National Review
France in the Firing Line of a 'New Jihad' - Gordon Corera, BBC News
Has Obama Cured Addiction to War? - Steve Chapman, Chicago Tribune
North Korea's New, Man-Made Famine - Todd Crowell, RealClearWorld
Time for the U.S. to Go to War in Mali - James Robbins, USA Today
Cameron Succumbs to Euro-Phobia - Christoph Scheuermann, Der Spiegel
Asia's Other Spat: Japan vs. Russia - J. Berkshire Miller, The Diplomat
Balancing Human Rights and Geopolitics - Robert Kaplan, Stratfor
Drones Bring Perpetual War to America - Rosa Brooks, Foreign Policy
The Taliban of Timbuktu - Karima Bennoune, New York Times
Human Rituals and the Growth of Civilization - Dan Jones, Nature
Friday, January 25
The Mirage of the Arab Spring - Seth Jones, Foreign Affairs
Would China Block Korean Unification? - Minxin Pei, The Diplomat
Will North Africa Be Europe's Afghanistan? - Jon Fenby, Yale Global
Europe, Beware of Islamist Backlash - Benjamin Lazarus, Commentator
Germany Plans to Deploy Armed Drones - Veit Medick, Der Spiegel
Algeria's Secretive 'War on Terror' - Alan Philps, The National
Western View of Israeli Politics Is Wrong - Barry Rubin, Ottawa Citizen
Dirty Art of Israeli Coalition Building - Mitch Ginsburg, Times of Israel
America's Saudi Arabia Problem - Marc Lynch, Foreign Policy
Chinese Graduates Shun Factory Jobs - Keith Bradsher, New York Times
Cameron's Brave and Timely EU Speech - Simon Jenkins, The Guardian
Paul Krugman's Worn-Out Ideas for Japan - William Pesek, Bloomberg
Want to Fight Terrorism? Educate Women - Malcolm Potts, LA Times
The Mideast Peace Process Business - Gilad Sharon, Jerusalem Post
Is Ireland Really a Nation? - Desmond Fennell, Irish Times
Saturday, January 26
Work with China, Don't Contain It - Joseph Nye, New York Times
America's History of Military Training Blunders - Steve Coll, New Yorker
Britain's European Fate in German Hands - Daniel Johnson, Telegraph
French Show How Not to Soak the Rich - Daniel Hannan, The Guardian
Can Israel's Non-Right Ever Win? - Daniel Levy, The Nation
Let's All Thank the French - Marvin Kalb, The National Interest
For French Troops, No Ordinary Mission - John Thorne, CS Monitor
Britain Letting Their Criminals Run Wild - Theodore Dalrymple, Spectator
Iraq Could Be Ripped Apart - Sky & al-Qarawee, Foreign Affairs
What's the Russian, Chinese Play in Mali? - M K Bhadrakumar, Asia Times
The Blight of Green Power in Canada - David Frum, National Post
Russia's Future with Israel - Fyodor Lukyanov, Russia in Global Affairs
Burma Flexes Muscles Against Chinese Business - Lucy Ash, BBC News
Did Chernobyl Blow Up the Soviet Union? - Mark Stern, Slate
It's Time to Confront China - Schmitt & Blumenthal, Los Angeles Times
Sunday, January 27
My Plan to Fix the World's Biggest Problems - Bill Gates, Wall St. Journal
In N. Africa, U.S. Should Lead from Way Behind - Blake Hounshell, CNN
Mexico Is the New China - Chris Anderson, New York Times
China Dips Toes in Arctic Waters - Christoph Seidler, Der Spiegel
Hagel & the Revival of Eisenhower's Doctrine - David Ignatius, Wash Post
Obama Buries the Reset - Walter Russell Mead, The American Interest
Why Everyone's Wrong About Assad's Zombie Gas - Jeffrey Lewis, FP
Three Reasons N. Korea Can't Nuke U.S. (Yet) - Jesse Emspak, Discovery
David Cameron Outdoes Beyoncé - Peter Hitchens, Daily Mail
Prince Harry's Afghan War - John Sainsbury, Toronto Star
Pakistan's Battle for Democracy - Arif Rafiq, The Diplomat
Ireland Should Drop the Model-Student Act - Megan Greene, Bloomberg
The World's Most Affluent Metro Areas - Wendell Cox, New Geography
Why Multiculturalism Is Waning in Canada - Doug Saunders, Globe & Mail
No, Anonymous Doesn't Have Access to Warheads - Connor Simpson, Wire