RealClearWorld Evening Edition

Monday, April 9
Assad Wants Killing, Not Dialogue - Fareed Zakaria, CNN
Don't Lift Sanctions on Burma Yet - Tom Andrews, Washington Post
Cuba Follows the China Model - John Hughes, Christian Science Monitor
A Year of North Korean Provocations - Peter Brookes, New York Post
Brazil Is the India of Latin America - Jaime Daremblum, Weekly Standard
A Sufi Message from Pakistan's President - Saeed Naqvi, The Hindu
Sudan Rebels Talk of Marching on Khartoum - Alex Perry, Time
Saddam's Head Not Worth the Cost - Robert Merry, The National Interest
Bush's Freedom Agenda Is Still Right - Gary Gambill, Foreign Policy
Obama, Romney Both Weak on Jerusalem - Rick Santorum, NY Daily News
Tuesday, April 10
With Wife Implicated, Bo Xilai Plot Thickens - Austin Ramzy, Time
The World Fails to Protect Syria - David Newman, Jerusalem Post
The Muslim Brotherhood Chooses Chaos - David Goldman, Asia Times
Muslim Brothers Turn Revolutionary - Larbi Sadiki, Al Jazeera
India's Afghan Role After U.S. Leaves - C. Raja Mohan, American Interest
An India-Pakistan Thaw? - Shashi Tharoor, Project Syndicate
Syria: Another Failure for Annan - Schanzer & Rosett, The New Republic
Extreme Makeover for Mubarak Enforcer - David Kenner, Foreign Policy
The Christian Sect Behind Kony 2012 - Josh Kron, The Atlantic
A New Vision for the World Bank - Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Financial Times
Wednesday, April 11
Has U.S. Forgotten Its First Iran War? - Bruce Riedel, Al Monitor
Will Khamenei Compromise? - Marashi & Reza, The National Interest
Africa's Tuareg Dilemma - Robert Kaplan, Stratfor
To Stop Syria Killing, Deal with Assad - Asli Bali & Aziz Rana, NY Times
After Decade of War, U.S. Army Emerges Unbroken - Andrew Exum, WPR
A B-1 Bomber's View of the Asia Pivot - Joe Pappalardo, Popular Mechanics
Assad Lied - So What Now? - Bruce Jones, Foreign Policy
North Korea Yearns for Spotlight - Dorothy Stuehmke, Chicago Tribune
To Avoid Clash, Japan, China & U.S. Must Talk - Frank Ching, China Post
Myanmar's Calibrated, Irreversible Opening - Prashant Jha, The Hindu
Thursday, April 12
Three Looming Storms for Obama - Leslie Gelb, The Daily Beast
Put the Doomed Euro Out of Its Misery - Jeremy Warner, Daily Telegraph
Envisioning a Post-Karzai Era - David Ignatius, Washington Post
Clinton Embraces the U.S. Navy - Robert Farley, Foreign Policy
Don't Give Up on Mideast Peace - Jimmy Carter, New York Times
State Failure in North Africa - Michael Leigh, German Marshall Fund
An Embattled Zardari Shows India the Way - Jyoti Malhotra, The Hindu
Drawn to Extremes in France - Robert Zaretsky, Los Angeles Times
Cyber War and Peace - Joseph Nye, Project Syndicate
Russia & China's Pipeline to Nowhere - Stephen Blank, World Affairs Journal
Friday, April 13
Israel's October Surprise? - Fred Kaplan, Slate
U.S. Decline and the Future of Interventionism - Nikolas Gvosdev, WPR
Will the South China Sea Lead to War? - Khanh Vu Duc, Asia Sentinel
Would Obama Get Chummy with a French Socialist? - Justin Vaisse, TNI
Canada's Prescription Drug Problem - Mark Rovere, National Post
The Kim Dynasty's Satellite of Love - Pepe Escobar, Al Jazeera
Washington's Iran Policy Veers Toward Disaster - Juan Cole, The Nation
Power Struggle Grows in Egypt - Ayman Mustafa, Gulf News
UK Dragged Into China's Drama - Jonathan Fenby, The Spectator
Can Colombia's Santos Unify the Americas? - Llana & Eulich, CS Monitor