Dec 18, 2006
Council for a Livable World, one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious organizations devoted to national security issues, today announced the selection of former Colorado Senator Gary Hart as its chairman.
Nov 8, 2006
Council for a Livable World, one of the nation’s oldest and largest organizations working on national security and weapons of mass destruction issues, today released its analysis of the 2006 elections.
Oct 31, 2006
In an analysis released today, the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation suggested that the much-anticipated report from James Baker and Lee Hamilton’s Iraq Study Group (ISG) has the greatest potential to produce a changed Iraq policy since 2002.
Oct 24, 2006
Republicans have aired several deceptive television ads in at least four states attacking candidates endorsed by Council for a Livable World. Fighting fire with fire, the Council has created its own ad, calling out the Republicans for their attempt to distract voters before the November 7 elections.
Oct 11, 2006
The Council for a Livable World today described Republican efforts to lay the blame for the growing threat from North Korea’s nuclear weapon program on the Clinton Administration as a “desperate maneuver by a failed Administration.”
Oct 4, 2006
North Korea’s recent long-range missile test and its new threat jeopardize peace and security in North Asia and could create a regional spiral of proliferating nuclear weapons.
Oct 3, 2006
In order to ensure both the peace and security of our nation, the Council for a Livable World supports the following security-related programs or activities.
Oct 2, 2006
Council for a Livable World today applauded Congress for approving a provision barring the United States from building permanent military bases in Iraq.
Sep 26, 2006
Former Colorado Senator Gary Hart, the new chairman of Council for a Livable World, said that the recently leaked National Intelligence Estimate confirms our worst fears over the impact of the Iraq War.
Sep 15, 2006
The Council for a Livable World strongly endorses U.S. Senator Daniel K. Akaka (D-HI) in his 2006 bid for re-election.
Aug 8, 2006
Council for a Livable World today hailed Ned Lamont's victory in Connecticut against incumbent Senator Joe Lieberman "as a triumph for opponents of the Iraq war who favor a balanced national security policy that focuses on terrorism rather than a failed policy."
Jun 27, 2006
The Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation today praised Republican Senators for urging direct diplomacy with North Korea, while criticizing remarks made last week by prominent former defense officials that encouraged a preemptive strike on a North Korean long-range missile before it could be launched.
Jun 22, 2006
Six months ago, there was only one Senator willing to call for redeployment of American combat forces out of Iraq, Wisconsin Sen. Russ Feingold. Today 39 Senators -- including one Republican -- voted to begin a troop drawdown in 2006 and 13 voted to complete the process by 2007.
Jun 21, 2006
During its consideration of the fiscal year 2007 Defense Appropriations bill yesterday, the King amendment to take out Murtha’s language barring any basing rights agreement between the United States and Iraq failed by a 50 – 376 vote.
Jun 12, 2006
Council for a Livable World today announced its endorsement of Democratic candidate Ned Lamont of Connecticut in his bid for U.S. Senate.
May 4, 2006
Public interest advocacy organizations critical of missile defense programs today hailed the work of Republicans and Democrats on the House Armed Services Committee who cut the Bush Administration's request for national missile defense and space weapons research in the absence of proof that the system works.
May 3, 2006
Council for a Livable World today hailed the Senate passage of an amendment introduced by Delaware Senate Joseph Biden barring permanent bases in Iraq.
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