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By Michael P. Orsi
Edward Snowden should declare his patriotism in court
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Max Fisher
Asma Assad, wife of Syrian President Bashar Assad, is pregnant, according to various media reports.
Max Fisher argued at the Washington Post that the award to the OPCW might in some ways be a better choice.
The work the OPCW has done to eliminate chemical weapons, Fisher wrote, is "dull and uninteresting and has made the world a significantly and demonstrably better place. It is currently facing enormous challenges in Syria, where it's trying desperately to dismantle vast stockpiles of chemical weapons. This mission is not sexy and it doesn't make people cry on daytime TV, but it's important, has the immediate potential to save large numbers of lives, and could really use the world's support."