Nobel Peace Prize is to American Gene Sharp

On Friday October 12, the winner of the {Nobel Peace Prize} 2012 will be announced. Norwegian peace researchers believe the Nobel Committee will not make a controversial choice this time. Talking to TV2, peace research institute PRIO director Kristian Berg Harpviken even guesses who would receive this year’s Nobel Peace Prize. His candidate is the American {Gene Sharp}.

Gene Sharp has for many years worked for the resistance movements to avoid violent protests around the world. He has written numerous articles about non-violent techniques and the Arab Spring has proved Sharp’s work more visible and important, according Harpviken.

The manager of Norwegian Peace Council, Hedda Langemyr agrees with Harpviken. She also thinks the committee will go for a less controversial candidate and 84 year old Gene Sharp is highly relevant for this.

Here is the bet company Unibet’s list for this year’s Nobel Peace Prize favorites:

1. Maggie Gobran 6,50

2. Oscar Elias Biscet Gonzales 8,00

3. Gene Sharp 10,00

3. Svetlana Gannushkina & Memorial 10,00

5. Abdul Sattar Edhi 15,00

6. Ragip Zarakolu 20,00

7. Aung San Suu Kyi 25,00

7. Damas De Blanco 25,00

7. Lenin Moreno 25,00

10. Al Jazeera 30,00

10. Concerned Working for Children 30,00

10. Frederico Mayor Zaragoza 30,00

10. Hawda Abdi 30,00

10. Josè Antonio Abreu 30,00

10. Macram Max Gassis 30,00

10. Muhammad Tahir-Ul-Qadri 30,00

10. Pax Christi International 30,00

10. The Control Arms Campaign 30,00

19. Norway Cup 40,00

19. Unicef 40,00

19. UNITAID 40,00

22. Nansen Dialogue Network 50,00

22. International Olympic Committee 50,00

About Gene Sharp

Gene Sharp (born January 21, 1928) is Professor Emeritus of political science at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. He is known for his extensive writings on nonviolent struggle, which have influenced numerous anti-government resistance movements around the world.

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