Mohamed ElBaradei Nobel Peace Prize Speech


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Mohamed ElBaradei - 2005 Nobel Peace Prize Lecture

Mohamed ElBaradei delivers this speech for his acceptance of 2005 Nobel Peace Prize. ElBaradei is the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency working to ensure that nuclear energy is used for peace and not war worldwide. He invites us to imagine a world where nuclear weapons are as intolerable as slavery and genocide. This speech is available from the Nobelprize.org on streaming video..

Mohamed ElBaradei - 2005 Nobel Peace Prize Lecture

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