In Nobel Peace Prize Speech, Obama Addresses Criticism on Afghanistan Strategy

In his remarks in accepting the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo today, a humble President Obama acknowledged the skepticism surrounding whether he deserves the award -- only about a quarter of Americans believe he does, according to a Quinnipiac poll -- as well as the seeming disconnect of a man who just escalated the war in Afghanistan accepting a prize for peace. He seemed to agree that his award is comparatively premature, since he is at the beginning of his time on the world stage. "Compared to...Full Story
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