An Evening Honoring Jerome Grossman
On Thursday, April 24th from 6-8PM, Council for a Livable World will host a reception in honor of former chairman and executive director, Jerome Grossman featuring Senator Jack Reed.
Contributions can be made to Council for a Livable World or the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation.
Why is the Pentagon trying to hide even more money away in a secret ‘slush fund?
The Pentagon is using its war fund to secretly finance other programs that have nothing to do with the ended War in Iraq and ending War in Afghanistan.
Board Member, William Lanouette, lectures on his new book, Genius in the Shadows: A Biography of Leo Szilard, a biography of Council for a Livable World's founder.
Republicans hope to gain control of the Senate in the 2014 Senate contests, and Democrats are on the defensive. Still, there are many primaries and decisions ahead, and predictions at this point are risky. Here is Council for a Livable World's roundup of the 2014 Senate elections.
“This is a significant departure from the conversation in Congress only a few months ago,” said Laicie Heeley, Director of Middle East and Defense Policy. “Opponents of talks have, until now, pushed for new sanctions or legislation demanding unworkable end-terms for a final deal. This shift is a testament to the diplomatic progress achieved by the talks.”