Peacemakers and Heroes
Barack Obama Wins Nobel Peace Prize
Committee praises 'extraordinary efforts' to strengthen diplomacy
The Commander-in-Chief of our U.S. Armed Forces Wins the World's Respect for Peace
OSLO, Norway - President Barack Obama won the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for "his extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples," the Norwegian Nobel Committee said, citing his outreach to the Muslim world and attempts to curb nuclear proliferation.
The stunning choice made Obama the third sitting U.S. president to win the Nobel Peace Prize and shocked Nobel observers because Obama took office less than two weeks before the Feb. 1 nomination deadline. Obama's name had been mentioned in speculation before the award but many Nobel watchers believed it was too early to award the president.
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