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The Noble Prize: Geopolitics and the importance of committees in understanding the prizewinner selection process.

Posted on: 11-Dec-2009

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Another great article coming from Stratfor’s George Friedman. The importance of understanding committees to understand any prize selection process as he examines the politics behind U.S. President Barack Obama being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. It also provides an interesting history of the prize’s politics dating back to the first winner, Theodore Roosevelt, who received it in 1906 for helping negotiate peace between Japan and Russia. This article is reproduced in full for your enjoyment.

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