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[S. Res. 360 Agreed to Senate (ATS)]







107th CONGRESS
  2d Session
S. RES. 360

Congratulating former President Jimmy Carter for being awarded the 2002 
Nobel Peace Prize, and commending him for his lifetime of dedication to 
                                 peace.


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                   IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

                           November 19, 2002

  Mr. Dodd (for himself, Mrs. Feinstein, Mr. Miller, Mr. Cleland, Mr. 
Daschle, Mr. Reid, Mrs. Clinton, and Mr. Akaka) submitted the following 
             resolution; which was considered and agreed to

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                               RESOLUTION


 
Congratulating former President Jimmy Carter for being awarded the 2002 
Nobel Peace Prize, and commending him for his lifetime of dedication to 
                                 peace.

Whereas in 1978 President Carter personally negotiated with Egyptian President 
        Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin to reach the Camp 
        David Accords, the cornerstone of all subsequent peace efforts in the 
        Middle East;
Whereas President Carter completed negotiations on the Strategic Arms Limitation 
        Talks II (SALT II) and continued to make strategic arms control a focus 
        of United States security policy;
Whereas President Carter emphasized the importance of human rights as a key 
        element of United States foreign policy;
Whereas former President Carter and his wife Rosalynn established the Carter 
        Center in 1982;
Whereas the Carter Center has taken an active and vital role in world affairs, 
        always seeking to improve human rights, promote democracy, resolve 
        conflicts, and enhance the lives of the people of the world;
Whereas former President Carter has made countless trips abroad to promote 
        peace, democracy, and human rights, including visits to East Timor, 
        North Korea, Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Mexico, among many others; and
Whereas former President Carter has made the promotion of peace, democracy, and 
        human rights his life's work: Now, therefore be it
    Resolved, That the Senate recognizes and congratulates former 
President Jimmy Carter for being awarded the 2002 Nobel Peace Prize and 
commends him for his tireless work for and dedication to peace.
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