Betty Williams owes Ivan Suvanjieff ten bucks. He keeps in close contact with Williams, founder of the Northern Ireland Peace Movement and winner of the 1976 Nobel Peace Prize, just as he does with all the Nobel Peace Prize winners (although communications can be tricky with Aung San Suu Kyi, the 1991 winner, who's under house arrest in Burma), and while his conversations with the Nobels usually focus on PeaceJam, the organization that Suvanjieff co-founded a decade ago, and increasingly on the decade-long world-peace project that a dozen Nobel Laureates will kick off at PeaceJam's tenth-anniversary celebration just two months from now, Suvanjieff has also found time to make a few side bets on the current... More >>>