Election Forum and Reception on the Future of National Security

Election Forum and Reception on the Future of National Security

On Thursday, November 6, Council for a Livable World hosted an Election Forum and Reception on the Future of National Security. With an audience of students and new and longtime Council supporters, our distinguished panel of speakers discussed the recent election and its implications for our nation's security policies.

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Summary of the FY 2015 NDAA

Summary of the FY 2015 NDAA

House and Senate Armed Services Committees have come to compromises on the National Defense Authorization Act of Fiscal Year 2015, a version of which passed in the House in May. Our research center has produced a summary of the House-Senate agreements included in this version of the bill.

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Front & Center

Front & Center

A bi-weekly update in arms control, national security and politics from the Council for a Livable World.

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Peace President Turned War President

Peace President Turned War President

"In May, the president declared: 'I think Americans have learned that it’s harder to end wars than it is to begin them.' On that, at least, he is correct," writes Senior Fellow John Isaacs for the Roll Call blog.

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Press Release: News from Vienna, Progress on Preventing a Nuclear-Armed Iran

Press Release: News from Vienna, Progress on Preventing a Nuclear-Armed Iran

Today, Council for a Livable World, issued a statement praising U.S. and P5+1 diplomats on opting to extend nuclear negotiations with Iran, and to encourage all parties to continue to seek a comprehensive deal that will ultimately will prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.

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