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There have been controversial awards,
such as that to President Theodore
Roosevelt, whose invading American
army was reducing the Filipino island of
Samar to a "howling wilderness" around
the time he mediated a ceasefire between
the Russians and the Japanese. And while
it is an urban myth that comic songwriter
Timothy Lehrer stopped writing when
Henry Kissinger was awarded the Peace
Prize during the Vietnam War, (because life
had replaced satire), it is less well known
that a couple of Prize panelists resigned
to emphasise their disgust at this travesty
of that year's award.
But much more frequently, the
choice of Nobel Peace Prize winners is
inspirational. Whether it be mothers Betty
Williams and Mairead Corrigan trying to
stop the bloody fight in Northern Island,
Mother Teresa causing us to think of the
value of attending to the dying, Anwar
Sadat and Menachim Begin for negotiating
practical peace between Egypt and Israel
through the Camp David Agreement,
trade unionist Lech Walesa struggling
for freedom in Poland, Archbishop
Desmond Tutu and Nelson Mandela and
FW de Klerk finding ways to peace past
institutionalised racial hatred in South
Africa, the International Physicians for the
Prevention of Nuclear War documenting
the barbarities inherent in planning to
make cities and the planet uninhabitable,
the 14th Dalai Lama for his message of
tolerance and mutual respect. Or Soviet
President Mikhail Gorbachev, whose
leadership brought about a peaceful
change in his own country and arms
reduction between two superpowers
preparing to incinerate the other,
Aung San Suu Kyi in Burma, resolutely
kind under house arrest while a corrupt
Burmese junta try to make the freedom
movement cower, Bishop Carlos Belo
and Jose Ramos Horta labouring to
peacefully settle the Indonesian genocide
in East Timor, Jody Williams and the
International Campaign to Ban Landmines,
Medecins Sans Frontieres, Al Gore and
the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate
Change, the United Nations, either through
its refugee agency or Dag Hammarskjold
humbly renewing the United Nations...
each person now laureate has an inspiring
story all of their own. Together, the names
on the roll of honour represent a formidable
picture of how astonishing the human spirit
can be when we dare to be our best.
Which brings us to the latest award:
Barack Obama, 44th President of the
United States, not a year into his first term.
But in that time, for any shortcomings,
Obama has renewed the vision for a
world free of nuclear weapons. That caught
the panel's special attention. Of course,
this man who confesses his own unlikely
name to be American president, and yet
has drawn his country and the world to
hope for a new way, this man has moved his
country away from torturing war captives,
signed up to multilateral approaches to
making peace, declared in Cairo there
should be a new relationship with Islam,
played a blessedly constructive role in
meeting the great challenges coming from
climate change, and connected with the
values and attitudes shared by the majority
of the world's population. It is a unique
The Norwegian Nobel Committee
understands the historic opportunity to
limit, if not abolish, nuclear weapons.
For while nuclear weapons are obscene,
they have a cruel logic of their own. They
apparently bestow a sense of enormous
privilege and bizarre self importance to
those countries claiming nuclear weapons
as their right under the Nuclear Non-
Proliferation Treaty, despite that same
treaty obliging these same nuclear powers
to eventually disarm. For one of these five
signatories to stand up and say, "Yes We
Can," is of towering significance.
Australia supports Obama's new
direction. Addressing the 64th General
Assembly of the United Nations on
September 24, our Prime Minister Kevin
Rudd declared, "the only path to safety
is through the eventual elimination of
There may be no Cold War, but
the quietude after the menace has not
reduced the ferocity of nuclear weapons.
These are, according to the World Court,
weapons of genocide, and a potential
crime against humanity. The environmental
impact of a nuclear war is unspeakable.
But it does not need war, or a
third nuclear weapon (remembering
Hiroshima and Nagasaki). The mere
production of these weapons has meant
that you, me, every unborn foetus, and
every human over the next tens of
thousands of years will carry radioactive
elements created by nuclear tests,
research and deployment. Work in a
weapons plant and you will have elevated
levels of at least 22 kinds of cancers.
Live in Iraq and you will breathe
in depleted uranium vaporised in
ammunition. Be born in Basra and your
chance of congenital malformation is
now 18 out of 1,000 births, not two.
We might weep for this. If we were
in fullest connection with the planet,
and each other, we might. But with or
without tears, at least we can hope. That
is what President Obama has offered to
do for us. Given us hope. A world free
of the threat of nuclear weapons.
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