Click Here to download a transcription of this interview Biographical Note: Dr. Asle Toje (D.Phil., University of Oxford) served as research director of the Norwegian Nobel Institute between 2014 and 2018. He is currently a member of the Nobel Peace Prize Committee and publishes extensively in scholarly journals and news outlets on foreign policy issues. Additional […]
Transatlantic Diplomacy after 9/11: The U.S. and Norway Collective Memory Project
Vladimir Putin Meets with Members of the Valdai Discussion Club.
Vladimir Putin took part in the final session of the Valdai Discussion Club’s 14th Annual Meeting, which this year took the theme The World of the Future: Moving Through Conflict to Cooperation. The general topic of the Valdai Club this year is Creative Destruction: Will a New World Order Emerge from the Current Conflicts? During the four days of the forum the participants are discussing political […]
Globalizing Compassion: Advancing the Work of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Kailash Satyarthi
“Friends! We live in an age of rapid globalisation. We are connected through high-speed Internet. We exchange our goods and services in one single global market, thousands of flights connect us from one corner to another corner of the globe. But there is one serious disconnect, and that is a lack of compassion. Let us […]
The Nobel Peace Prize: Past, Present, and Future
The Nobel Peace Prize is the most prestigious award of its kind in the world, and Asle Toje, a member of the committee that decides who the winners are, gave an IPI audience on September 17th an informative and entertaining glimpse into its history since it was first granted in 1901. The prize is one […]