The World's Most Prestigious Prize

The Inside Story of the Nobel Peace Prize
Author(s): Geir Lundestad
Original Publish Date: Jun 10, 2020
eAudio - unabridged
Product Number: Z100161145
Released: Jun 10, 2020
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781705207116
Narrator/s: Bruce Mann
Publisher: Tantor Media, Inc
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The World's Most Prestigious Prize: The Inside Story of the Nobel Peace Prize is a fascinating, insider account of the Nobel Peace Prize. Drawing on unprecedented access to the Norwegian Nobel Institute's vast archive, it offers a gripping account of the founding of the prize, as well as its highs and lows, triumphs and disasters, over the last one-hundred-and-twenty years. But more than that, the book also draws on the author's unique insight during his twenty-five years as director of the Norwegian Nobel Institute and secretary of the Norwegian Nobel Committee. It reveals the real story of all the laureates of that period-some of them among the most controversial in the history of the prize (Gorbachev, Arafat, Peres and Rabin, Mandela and De Klerk, Obama, and Liu Xiaobo)-and exactly why they came to receive the prize. Despite all that has been written about the Nobel Peace Prize, this is the first-ever account written by a prominent insider in the Nobel system.

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