Kristian Berg Harpviken

Director, Peace Research Institute

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Director of the Peace Research Institute in Oslo, Norway

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From a long list of candidates in a world full of war and repression, China's   Liu Xiaobo  has been chosen for this year's Nobel Peace Prize.

Nobel Peace Prize Choice Upsets China: Liu Xiaobo

From a long list of candidates in a world full of war and repression, China's Liu Xiaobo has been chosen for this year's Nobel Peace Prize.

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