October 16, 2012

The European Union Is Not a Peacemaker

Doug Bandow, Forbes

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The Nobel Peace Prize long has distinguished itself for its dubious choices.  Most of the past recipients are unknown today:  no one remembers their supposed contributions to world peace.

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