This cartoon is from the blog of Mikhaela in the USA:
The first in a two-part series examining the significance of US President Obama’s Nobel Prize speech and his repudiation of Nuremberg principles, in the context of the history and development of international law: here. Part 2 is here.
EX-NOBEL DIRECTOR: OBAMA PEACE PRIZE DIDN’T HAVE DESIRED EFFECT “Geir Lundestad, long-time director of the Nobel Institute and secretary of the Nobel Peace Prize committee, has commented publicly on the decision. In ‘Secretary of Peace, 25 years With The Nobel Prize,’ a new memoir released on Thursday, he said Obama’s award ‘failed to live up to the panel’s expectations … In hindsight, we could say that the argument of giving Obama a helping hand was only partially correct,’ Lundestad wrote.” [Dominique Mosbergen, HuffPost]