Nobel win reflects 'hunger for international cooperation'
October 9, 2020
JOHANNESBURG (AP) — At a time when the COVID-19 pandemic has fractured global alliances and go-it-alone has turned ugly, some world leaders say Friday's awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to the U.N. World Food Program was a commitment to the belief that only a concerted effort can save humanity from further disaster.
"This not only recognizes your tireless work for food security on our planet, but also reminds the key importance of multilateralism that delivers results," European Council President Charles Michel said in a congratulatory message.
More succinctly: "Multilateralism now more...