Several members of the European Parliament asked the European Union to nominate President Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize not only for not starting a war but for his historic achievements on a global scale.
“But a closer look at Trump’s actual record can only lead to the conclusion that he has devoted his presidency to world peace, and with considerable success,” said Rob Roos, a member of the Dutch Parliament, according to Fox News on Oct. 1.
Roos also alluded to the landmark peace agreement reached by the Trump administration between Israel, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain, “It was well-known that Trump wanted to crown his first presidency with a diplomatic success but few can have predicted the scale of this one,” Roos added.
He also noted Trump’s European ties, “Moreover, with his Scottish mother and Slovene wife, Trump is one of the most European American presidents. That is why it would be only right if Europe were to acknowledge his achievements for world peace,” Roos reiterated.
Another of the great achievements in the stability of world peace made by President Trump is the trade relationship between Serbia and Kosovo, countries that had previously antagonized each other.
The intense campaign of peaceful approaches to North Korea also marks a significant milestone, established by Trump in his work for international peace. He has also promoted peace talks with Afghanistan.
Trump has been nominated for the same peace award since 2018, and most recently four Australian law professors launched this initiative on Sept. 27.
“And what he has done with the ‘Trump Doctrine’ is that he has decided that he would no longer have America involved in endless wars, wars which achieve nothing but the killing of thousands of young Americans and enormous debts imposed on America, and nothing solved in the countries in which it is carried on,” said Australian professor David Flint, according to Sky News.
The Australian professors referred to the ‘Trump Doctrine’ highlighting the impact of the American president’s thinking and management in the world.
The Nobel Committee, appointed by the Norwegian Parliament, is choosing the winner of the Peace Prize for 2021, which will be revealed in October 2021.