Marc Champion, Salman Masood, and Beclan Walsh further analyze the outcome of the Nobel Peace Prize to reflect upon Malala Yousafzai’s attributes to society. The writers professionally address the perspectives of the Pakistani people while applying their opinions as to why Yousafzai deserved to be recognized. Marc Champion adequately expresses the idea that Yousafzai’s achievements are the embodiment of the Nobel Peace Prize representation, therefore being the rightful contender. He assertively states that, “I know who I would have chosen for this year’s Nobel Peace Prize: Malala Yousafzai.” Reclaiming her contributions to the world, Champion reasons that the Nobel Peace Prize should have gone to her on the basis that she deserved it now, while the OPCW deserve it in the future. Using President Obama, Champion argues, “[He was] awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2009 for getting elected,” as a, “kind of advance payment on great deeds to come.” This advanced payment does not promise future the fulfillment while Yousafzai has already done the greatest deed of all; she endangered herself for the greater good. As such, he implies, “I don’t see how [the OPCW] competes with the bravery of Malala and her family.” Does Champion make an acceptable case for her? I agree the contributions by Yousafzai should have been appreciated by the Nobel Peace Prize standards. Many opinions follow the actions of Yousafzai and her family including those that claim fraud and publicity purposes. The people of Pakistan will not associate with Yousafzai on the grounds that, “[she is] a C.I.A agent, part of a nebulous Western Plot to humiliate their country and pressure their government.” It is also claimed that Yousafzai’s assassination attempt was fake to dramatize her actions towards society. The Pakistani people do not believe she deserved the Nobel Peace Prize because of the lack of proof behind Yousafzai’s experiences. Simply put, Malala Yousafzai’s involvement with education and women’s rights brought multitudes of opinions, especially on the results of the Nobel Peace Prize. Marc Champion, Salman Masood, and Beclan Walsh eloquently establish respect for Yousafzai while addressing the perspective of those who believe she is false. So is Yousafzai worthy of the Nobel Peace Prize? Indeed, she earned the respect deserving of the Nobel Peace Prize, but in the end she did not go unnoticed and she did not go unrewarded.