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Nobel prize has nothing to do with peace
10:00, October 25, 2010  

The cause of world peace is inviolable, for a great many people with ideals and integrity have devoted themselves into it in order to resolve confrontations, promote harmony as well as avoid wars. And it is just for the encouragement of those great ones that Alfred Bernhard Nobel wrote in his will that the prize would be awarded to people who "shall have done the most or the best work for fraternity between nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of peace congresses". However, this is a will that is extremely hard to put into force. One of the main reasons is the establishment and implementation of the standard of the peace work.

The world is complex and it is with multiple contradictions, which leads to various comprehensions, from people of different backgrounds, on how to promote national harmony, to enhance international friendship as well as how to make a reduction in standing armies. These discrepancies in interests and standpoints decide the following three facts: first, the road to peace is tortuous; second, the mechanism for the maintenance of peace requires the balance and coordination of different interests, which lead to further understanding, compromise, consensus and even a peace agreement; third, the standard of contribution to peace and integrity should integrate the various views of different sides. Any coercive reached views based on more powerful capital and interests will became the promotion of power instead of peace.

Based on the analysis above, the standard of Nobel Prize, especially the constitution and working ways of the judging committee is in reference to anything but the legitimate judgment of "peace".

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(Editor:叶欣)

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