Senior Fellow John Isaacs spoke to Voice Of America about the legacy of Colin Powell, the first Black U.S. secretary of state and top military officer, who died on Monday at the age of 84 from complications due to COVID-19.
(SEPTEMBER 7—WASHINGTON) It is with profound sadness that the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation (CACNP), and its sister organization Council for a Livable World (CLW), release a statement on the passing of beloved friend and Center Board Secretary Philip E. Coyle. Mr. Coyle died peacefully September 2. Mr. Coyle, a Senior Science Fellow at the Center, was a renowned expert on U.S. and […]
CONTACT: Anna Schumann Communications Director email@example.com The Council for a Livable World condemns the vote by the House Armed Services Committee to increase the 2022 Pentagon Budget topline by $23.9 billion, and urges Members of Congress to reject this topline increase later this month when the National Defense Authorization Act comes before the full House floor. On behalf of the Council for a Livable World, Executive […]
Advocacy Coordinator Monica Montgomery was quoted in an article by The Intercept about Representatives Garamendi and Khanna’s plans for an eventual floor vote on whether to pause plans to build a brand new intercontinental ballistic missile system. Monica Montgomery, the advocacy coordinator for the Council for a Livable World, said, “The combination of the vulnerability of […]
Upon hearing of the passing of former Senator Carl Levin (D-MI), the Council for a Livable World released the following statement: “Senator Levin was a good man, terrific progressive and a lifelong advocate of sound arms control policies and smarter Pentagon spending. The Council for a Livable World endorsed him in his first Senate race […]