World Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner: soon a Nobel Prize at home?
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Former senior White House adviser, Ivanka Trump's husband Jared Kushner is in the running for the Nobel Peace Prize for his role as mediator in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
A Nobel Prize in the Trump clan? This Sunday, January 31, Jared Kushner was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, along with his deputy, Avi Berkowitz. The husband of Ivanka Trump,with his family, is being hailed for his involvement in the normalization of relations between Israel and Arab countries. It was a lawyer close to former US President Donald Trump, expected, who submitted both names. Alan Dershowitz thus salutes the action of the influential 40-year-old businessman , who under the mandate of his father-in-law became one of the most influential advisers in foreign policy.
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Written by Jared Kushner, the Abraham Agreements were " the biggest diplomatic breakthrough in the Middle East in twenty-five years , as the region expects a protracted confrontation with Iran," Reuters recalls . Given the circumstances in which Donald Trump left the White House, it is a safe bet that the Nobel Peace Prize committee will take Donald Trump's policy into consideration in its decision to award this prestigious distinction to his two ex. -advisors. As a reminder, the Nobel Committee does not choose the nominations for the Nobel Peace Prize : official figures, such as members of national assemblies or university professors, have the possibility of proposing names. Then, the committee does a first screening among the hundreds of names before carrying out a more in-depth examination of the candidates.
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In his capacity as professor emeritus at Harvard Law University, Alan Dershowitz therefore had the possibility of swiping the name of Jared Kushner,'s reputation was tainted because of his stepfather's controversial tenure as head of the Oval Office. "The Nobel Peace Prize is not a question of popularity," Alan Dershowitz said in a letter to the committee. "It is a prize for fulfilling the considerable criteria set by Alfred Nobel in his will." For his part, Jared Kushner said he was "honored" to be nominated for this prestigious prize, the winner of which will be formalized next October. Among the others named in this category, we find for the second consecutive year the Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg, or the Russian opponent Alexeï Navalny, , with a shock investigation devoted to Vladimir Poutin .
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