Johan Bergenas

Research Associate, Monterey Institute of International Studies

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International Security analyst on nuclear non-proliferation and arms control issues at the Washington DC office of the Monterey Institute of International Studies

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President Obama accepted  his Nobel Peace Prize  today with humility and a defense of the war in Afghanistan. He said the use of force can bring lasting peace.

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President Obama accepted his Nobel Peace Prize today with humility and a defense of the war in Afghanistan. He said the use of force can bring lasting peace.

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President Obama accepted  his Nobel Peace Prize  today with humility and a defense of the war in Afghanistan. He said the use of force can bring lasting peace.

Obama Accepts the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo

President Obama accepted his Nobel Peace Prize today with humility and a defense of the war in Afghanistan. He said the use of force can bring lasting peace.

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