Focus: Obama's Nobel Peace Prize

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By JPOST.COM
February 15, 2010 11:46

 
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A premature, misplaced act Obama cannot be blamed for the decision of the committee, but it was a mistake to accept it, writes co-chairman of Republicans Abroad in Israel Marc Zell. A declaration of hope The decision to award the prize to Obama is a demonstration of the international community's support for a multilateral rather than a unilateral approach to international affairs and a serious attempt to resolve conflict situations by engaged diplomacy, writes counsel to Democrats Abroad Israel Sheldon Schorer.

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