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  1. MEXICO Y EL REGIMEN DEL MAR. Alfonso García Robles et al. Prólogo de Emilio O. Rabasa by No Author, 1974
  2. Nuclear disarmament: A crucial issue for the survival of mankind ([Azad memorial lectures) by Alfonso Garcia Robles, 1984
  3. The Latin American nuclear-weapon-free zone (Occasional paper - Stanley Foundation ; 19) by Alfonso Garcia Robles, 1979
  4. El Tratado de Tlatelolco by Alfonso Garcia Robles, 1967
  5. The denuclearization of Latin America, by Alfonso Garcia Robles, 1967

21. Nobel Prize In Peace Since 1901
nobel Prize in Peace since 1901 Year, Winners. 1901, Dunant, Jean Henri; Passy,Frederic. 1982, Myrdal, Alva; robles, alfonso garcia. 1983, Walesa, Lech.
Nobel Prize in Peace since 1901 Year Winners Dunant, Jean Henri; Passy, Frederic Ducommun, Elie; Gobat, Charles Albert Cremer, Sir William Randal Institute Of International Law Suttner, Bertha Sophie Felicita Von Roosevelt, Theodore Moneta, Ernesto Teodoro; Renault, Louis Arnoldson, Klas Pontus; Bajer, Fredrik Beernaert, Auguste Marie Francois; Constant, Paul Henribenjamin Balluet D'estournelles De Permanent International Bureau Asser, Tobias Michael Carel; Fried, Alfred Hermann Root, Elihu Fontaine, Henri La International Committee Of The Red Cross Wilson, Thomas Woodrow Bourgeois, Leon Victor Auguste Branting, Karl Hjalmar; Lange, Christian Lous Nansen, Fridtjof Chamberlain, Sir Austen; Dawes, Charles Gates Briand, Aristide; Stresemann, Gustav Buisson, Ferdinand; Quidde, Ludwig Kellogg, Frank Billings Soederblom, Lars Olof Nathan Addams, Jane; Butler, Nicholas Murray Angell, Sir Norman Henderson, Arthur Ossietzky, Carl Von Lamas, Carlos Saavedra Cecil, Lord Edgar Algernon Robert Gascoyne Refugees, Nansen International Office For International Committee Of The Red Cross Hull, Cordell

The award ceremony always takes place on December 10, the anniversary of nobel'sdeath, and ceremonies are held on that date in robles, alfonso garcia 1982.
III. Alfred Nobel And The Nobel Prizes Alfred Nobel is the man who invented dynamite. He is better known today, however, as the man who established some of the most prestigious prizes in the world. Born in 1833 in Stockholm, Sweden, Nobel from his youth had a dream of inventing an explosive so devastating it would deter humans from making war. Instead, his invention made war easier. Though he was a Swede by birth, he was very much an international man, being educated in St. Petersburg, Russia, where his family moved when he was a child. In St. Petersburg, he studied with private tutors, particularly showing interest in chemistry and languages. He mastered Swedish, Russian, English, French, and German. At the age of 17 he began two years of educational travel throughout Germany, France, Italy and to the United States. Then at the age of 19 he became a chemist, working with his father in St. Petersburg. The family returned to Sweden and in 1863 he was a chemist in his father's explosives factory at Heleneborg near Stockholm. In 1864 Nobel received a patent covering detonating charges and percussion caps. Called "The Nobel Igniter," it was to be called at a later time "the greatest discovery ever made in both the principle and practice of explosives." His 1866 invention of dynamite revolutionized mining, road building and tunnel blasting. In 1875 a later improvement was patented as blasting gelatine. In 1887 he patented ballistite, the first of the nitroglycerine smokeless powders. This was to serve as the basis for cordite which was eventually to change the use of firearms.

23. Nobel Laureates - Peace
1982 Alva Myrdal Honored with alfonso garcia robles for their work with theUnited Nations on disarmament. Back to index Women nobel Laureates.
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Nobel Laureates - Peace Women who have won the Nobel Peace Prize. Heroines of Peace: Nine Nobel Women
Essay highlighting the nine women who've been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. 1905: Baroness Bertha Von Suttner Austrian honored for her writing and work opposing war. 1931: Jane Addams International President, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. There's also a biography of Jane Addams on this site. 1946: Emily Greene Balch Honored for her pacifism and work for peace through a variety of organizations. 1976: Betty Williams and Mairead Corrigan Founders of the Northern Ireland Peace Movement to bring together Protestants and Catholics to work for peace together.

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Alphabetical listing of nobel Peace prize laureates. Name. Year Awarded. Renault,Louis, 1907. robles, alfonso garcia, 1982. Roosevelt, Theodore, 1906. Root, Elihu,1912.
Alphabetical listing of Nobel Peace prize laureates
Name Year Awarded Addams, Jane The American Friends Service Committee Amnesty International Angell, Sir Norman Arafat, Yasser Arnoldson, Klas Pontus Asser, Tobias Michael Carel Bajer, Fredrik Balch, Emily Greene Beernaert, Auguste Marie Francois Begin, Menachem Belo, Carlos Felipe Ximenes Borlaug, Norman Bourgeois, Leon Victor Auguste Brandt, Willy Branting, Karl Hjalmar Boyd-Orr Of Brechin, Lord John Briand, Aristide Bride, Sean Mac Buisson, Ferdinand Bunche, Ralph Butler, Nicholas Murray Cassin, Rene Cecil, Lord Edgar Algernon Robert Gascoyne Chamberlain, Sir Austen Constant, Paul Henribenjamin Balluet D'estournelles De Corrigan, Mairead Cremer, Sir William Randal Dalai Lama Dawes, Charles Gates De Klerk, Fredrik Willem Ducommun, Elie Dunant, Jean Henri Esquivel, Adolfo Perez Fontaine, Henri La Fried, Alfred Hermann The Friends Service Council Gobat, Charles Albert Gorbachev, Mikhail Sergeyevich Hammarskjoeld, Dag Hjalmar Agne Carl

25. Amigos Inolvidables Mexico - La Academia De Reuniones - Reencuentra Amigos De Me
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26. Amigos Inolvidables Mexico - La Academia De Reuniones - Reencuentra Amigos De Me

27. Search Results For Alfonso Arau - Encyclopædia Britannica - The Online Encyclop
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28. Search Results For Alfonso Arau - Encyclopædia Britannica - The Online Encyclop
log. alfonso garcia robles nobel Foundation Biography of this Mexicandiplomat awarded the nobel Prize for Peace, in 1982. National Arau

29. Nobel Díjas Nok - Nok A Történelemben - Kultúrtörténet -
nobelBékedíj - kilenc no kapta (hárman megosztva) a nyolcvan kituntetett közül 1982- Alva Myrdal (Svédország), megosztva alfonso garcia robles-vel.
Nobel díjas nõk
1901, a Nobel-díj megalapítása óta mindössze 28 volt nõ a 634 díjazott közül és 12 férfiakkal megosztva kapta a kitüntetést. Nyolc nõ kapott Nobel-díjat irodalmi munkásságáér, és kilenc Nobel-békedíjat. Tudományos területen csak nagyon kevés nõ kapott elismerést - öten az orvostudomántyban, hatan a kémiában és ketten a fizikában elért eredményeikért. A közgandasági Nobel-díj még nem jutott nõnek.
Nobel-Békedíj - kilenc nõ kapta (hárman megosztva) a nyolcvan kitûntetett közül:
  • 1905 - Baroness Bertha von Suttner (Ausztria) 1931 - Jane Addams (USA), megosztva Nicholas Murray Butler-rel 1946 - Emily Greene Balch (USA), megosztva John R. Mott-tal 1976 - Mairead Corrigan és Betty Williams (Nagy-Britannia) 1979 - Mother Theresa (India) 1982 - Alva Myrdal (Svédország), megosztva Alfonso Garcia Robles-vel 1991 - Aung San Suu Kyi (Myanmar) 1992 - Rigoberta Menchu (Guatemala)
Irodalmi Nobel-díj - nyolc nõ kapta (egy megosztva) a 91 kitûntetett közül:
  • 1909 - Selma Lagerlof (Svédország) 1926 - Grazia Deledda (Olaszország) 1928 - Sigrid Undset (Norvégia) 1938 - Pearl S. Buck (USA)

30. The 3rd Anniversary Activities 1984
Costa Rica). alfonso garcia robles (nobel Peace Prize Winner). RodolfoPiza Escalante (Former Costa Rican Ambassador to the UN). James
The 3rd Anniversary Activities 1984 The third anniversary was observed at Hotel Lotte, Seoul, Korea on September 19, 1984. At the opening ceremony congratulatory speeches were given by H.E. Javier Perez de Cuellar, Secretary-General of the UN, Hon. Enrique de la Mata Gorostizaga, President of the League of National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies; H. E. Rodrigo Carazo Odio, former President of Costa Rica and President of the University for Peace; Hon. Alfonso Garcia Robles, a Nobel Peace Prize winner; H.E. Rodolfo Piza Escalante, former Costa Rican Ambassador to the United Nations; and Dr. James Sutterlin, the special envoy and the Executive Director of the Office of the Secretary-General of the United Nations. The following is the program of the commemoration ceremony of the 3rd anniversary of the UN International Day of Peace. Program Prelude Kyung Hee Univ. Orchestra Salute to the Korean and UN Flags Kyung Hee Univ. Orchestra Report on the Adoption of the International Day of Peace Jong Youl Yoo (Director of the IIPS) Commemorative Address Chang Soon Yoo (President of the UNAK) Silent Prayer for Peace Kyung Hee Univ. Orchestra

31. Catholic Prayer Page - Famous Catholics Page III
writer, winner of the nobel Prize for Literature in 1982) alfonso garcia robles(Mexican diplomat, winner of the nobel Prize for Peace in 1982) Guenter GRASS
Welcome to page III of the famous Catholics list
As new names are added they will be added to the top.
If you would like to add any names to this list send them to: Ed
>> Several people on this list do not (or did not) portray what a Catholic should be.
Many commited horrible crimes, and some are just immoral. They are on this list as being
born into or converted to Catholicism and should not be viewed as examples of Catholicism
or what being a Catholic is. Some may not be practicing Catholics now.
*If you got to this page from another site please visit Catholic Prayer Page

James Caviezel - Actor David Angell - Co-creator of "Frasier", Died in the September 11 attacks. His brother is a bishop. The Following Heavyweight champs were Catholic: Rocky Marciano (Devout Catholic) Gene Tunney (Devout Catholic. His Sister was a nun.) John L Sullivan Floyd Patterson (A convert) Muhammad Ali was Baptized Catholic as Cassius Clay before converting to Islam.

32. Nobel Peace Prize
The first nobel Peace Prize was awarded in 1901, five years after the death of Alfrednobel, to Jean Henri 1982, Alva Myrtal alfonso garcia robles, Sweden Mexico.
The Nobel Peace Prize The first Nobel Peace Prize was awarded in 1901, five years after the death of Alfred Nobel, to Jean Henri Dunant, the Swiss founder of the Red Cross and Frederic Passy, a French advocate of international arbitration. Here you will find the full list from 1901. (Currently stops at 1998 as waiting details of latest winners.). Year Winner(s) Country H. Dunant
F Passy Switzerland
France E. Ducommun
A. Gobat Switzerland
Switzerland Sir W. R. Cremer Great Britain Institut de Droit International Bertha von Suttner Austria Theodore Roosevelt USA E. T. Moneta
L. Renault Italy
France K. P. Arnoldson
F. Bajer Sweden
Denmark A. M. F. Beernaert
Baron d'Estournelles de Constant de Rebecque Belgium
France The Bureau International Permanent de la Paix, Berne T. M. C. Asser A. H. Fried Netherlands Austria E. Root USA H. la Fontaine Belgium 1914 to 1916 No Award Made Comite International de la Croix Rouge, Geneva No Award Made W. Wilson

33. The Alfred B. Nobel Prize Winners: Peace
Advertisement. nobel Prize Winners for Peace. 1981, Office of UN High Commissionfor Refugees, 1982, Alva Myrdal alfonso garcia robles, Sweden Mexico.
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Nobel Prize Winners for Peace
Chemistry Physics Physiology or Medicine Literature ... Economics Jean H. Dunant
France Charles A. Gobat Switzerland Switzerland Sir William R. Cremer Great Britain Institute of International Law Baroness Bertha von Suttner Austria Theodore Roosevelt United States Ernesto T. Moneta Louis Renault Italy France Klas P. Arnoldson Fredrik Bajer Sweden Denmark Auguste M. F. Beernaert Paul H. B. B. d'Estournelles de Constant Belgium France Permanent International Peace Bureau Tobias M. C. Asser

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35. HERO - Higher Education & Research Opportunities In The UK: Nobel Intentions
idea of the range of concerns favoured by the nobel Committee over the such as theILO); (4)Disarmament (Alva Myrdal and alfonso garcia robles, Joseph Rotblat

36. Sra. Guzmán Hispanos Famosos
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37. Fulbright Grant Awarded To Brooklyn College Graduate
whose vision led to the founding of the Fulbright program in 1946, and former MexicanAmbassador alfonso garcia robles, winner of the nobel Prize for Peace.
Spotlight Archive
June 14, 1999
Fulbright Grant Awarded to Brooklyn College Graduate
Brooklyn, NY - Daisy Rosenblum, a 1999 graduate of Brooklyn College, has received a Fulbright-Garcia Robles grant from the U.S.-Mexico Commission for Educational and Cultural Exchange. Ms. Rosenblum, who received a bachelor of arts in anthropology, specializing in linguistic anthropology and folklore, will spend one year conducting research on horticultural techniques among the Yucatec Maya of Mexico. She will begin her study in December 1999. Ms. Rosenblum will study the growing impact of Yucatec women on the household economy and observe Yucatec families and their changing sources of sustenance as a result of growing tourism and evolving gender roles. She will divide her research between Merida in the Yucatan peninsula near Cancun, and further south in the pueblos surrounding Felipe Carrillo Puerto. During her academic career at Brooklyn College, Ms. Rosenblum was a member of the Ford Colloquium, a program of the Brooklyn College Honors Academy that prepares students for careers as college and university teachers and researchers. "I'm eternally grateful to the dedicated faculty at Brooklyn College," said Ms. Rosenblum. "I couldn't have made it this far without their constant guidance and encouragement."

38. Warrington Electronic Bulletin (WEB)
garciarobles scholars in honor of the program's founder, US Senator J. WilliamFulbright, and Mexican diplomat and nobel Prize winner alfonso garcia-robles.
Search Site Map Contact Info Home WELCOME to the WEB-Warrington Electronic Bulletin
This electronic newsletter is our way of keeping you informed about what's happening on campus year-round. We invite you to browse these pages and learn about the current events and the people of the Warrington College of Business. Your comments and suggestions are always appreciated. Warrington Makes Best Colleges List for 2003
Programs Miller Retail Center receives $1 Million from Office Depot
Bart Weitz, director of the Miller center, said the symposium has traditionally relied on attendance fees and small contributions from retailers for financial support, but the Office Depot donation will allow organizers to greatly expand the annual event.
" With the money, we'll be able to invite faculty from a number of business schools at state universities," Weitz said. "We'll also be able to pay for some well-known speakers at future conferences. Previously, most of our guest speakers have donated their time for the symposium."
UF's annual symposium offers a good chance for students to interact with retail professionals and learn a few things about the industry, Nelson said. Nelson's company is headquartered in Delray Beach and operates more than 1,000 office supply stores in 10 countries, including 827 in the United States and the District of Columbia.

39. International Biography
Year nobel PRIZE WINNERS 1980 - Adolfo Perez Esquivel 1981 - Office of the UN HighCommissioner for Refugees 1982 - alfonso garcia robles , Alva Myrdal 1983
NOBEL Prize Winners
1901 - Jean Henri Dunant Frederic Passy
1902 - Elie Ducommun Charles Albert Gobat
1903 - Sir William R. Cremer
1904 - Institute of International Law
1905 - Baroness Bertha von Suttner
1906 - Theodore Roosevelt
1907 - Ernesto T. Moneta Louis Renault
1908 - Klas P Arnoldson Fredrik Bajer
1909 - Auguste Beernaert Paul d'Estournelles de Constant 1910 - International Peace Bureau 1911 - Tobias M. C. Asser A. H. Fried 1912 - Elihu Root 1913 - Henri La Fontaine 1917 - International Red Cross Committee 1919 - Woodrow Wilson 1920 - Leon Bourgeois 1921 - Karl Hjalmar Branting Christian L. Lange 1922 - Fridtjof Nansen 1925 - Sir Austen Chamberlain Charles G. Dawes 1926 - Aristide Briand Gustav Stresemann 1927 - F. E. Buisson Ludwig Quidde 1929 - Frank B. Kellogg 1930 - Nathan Soderblom 1931 - Jane Addams Nicholas Murray Butler 1933 - Sir Norman Angell 1934 - Arthur Henderson 1935 - Carl von Ossietzky 1936 - Carlos Saavedra Lamas 1937 - E. A. R. Cecil, Viscount Cecil

40. International Organization And Names
PRIZE WINNERS Year nobel PRIZE Refugees 1982 alfonso garcia robles , Alva
Palestine Home of History International Organization and Names
Balfour, Arthur James

Balfour Declaration

Abdel Nasser, Gamal

Sadat, Anwar
Palestine Homepage
Balfour, Arthur James
Balfour Declaration
Balfour Declaration - Letter, dated 2 Nov 1917, from British foreign secretary A J Balfour to Lord Rothschild (chair, British Zionist Federation) stating: ‘HM government view with favour the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people.’ It helped form the basis for the foundation of Israel 1948. Index
Abdel Nasser, Gamal
Abdel Nasser, Gamal (1918-1970) - Egyptian politician, prime minister 1954-56 and from 1956 president of Egypt (the United Arab Republic 1958-71). His nationalization of the Suez Canal 1956 led to an Anglo-French invasion and the Suez Crisis, and his ambitions for an Egyptian-led union of Arab states led to disquiet in the Middle East (and in the West). Nasser was also an early and influential leader of the nonaligned movement. Nasser entered the army from Cairo Military Academy, and was wounded in the Palestine War of 1948-49. Index
Sadat, Anwar

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