On the Issues

On the Issues

Since our founding in 1962, the Council has advocated for nuclear arms control and progressive policies on other issues of national security. Find out more about our stances and our work on issues like nuclear weapons, Iraq, Iran, non-proliferation, and biological and chemical weapons.

Learn more about the issues.

What We Stand For

Our Candidates

Our Candidates

Across the country, we pinpoint candidates who will be leaders for progressive national security policies. We recommend candidates in close races where your dollars can be crucial and when candidates have true financial need.

Meet our 2013-2014 candidates.

Legacy in Congress: Who We've Helped Elect

Legacy in Congress: Who We've Helped Elect

Over the last 50 years, the Council has helped elect 133 U.S. arms control candidates to the Senate and 226 candidates to the House of Representatives.

See who they are.

Legacy in Congress: Legislative Accomplishments

Legacy in Congress: Legislative Accomplishments

Along with its sister organization, the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, the Council has been at the forefront of U.S. arms control and national security policy for nearly half a century.

See what we've accomplished.

Drinan Award

Drinan Award

The Father Robert F. Drinan National Peace and Human Rights Award is annually presented by the Council and its sister organization to individuals who exemplify the late Father Drinan's commitment to peace and human justice.

Find out more and see the honorees.