Advocacy Coordinator Monica Montgomery was quoted in the Santa Fe New Mexican about plutonium pit production and greater nuclear spending. “This increased spending and focus on plutonium production is not necessary to maintain the safety or reliability of the existing U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile — it is for new nuclear weapons,” wrote Monica Montgomery, Council […]
CLW Strongly Opposes $768B FY 2022 National Defense Authorization Act
CONTACT: Anna Schumann Communications Director email@example.com (DECEMBER 15 — WASHINGTON) The Council for a Livable World, the oldest active non-partisan non-profit organization promoting policies to reduce and eventually eliminate nuclear risks released the following statement by its Executive Director, former Congressman John Tierney: “The Council for a Livable World strongly opposes the $768 billion National Defense Authorization Act that has […]
“We Need Another Uprising”: Youth, Environmentalism, and Nuclear Weapons
Office Manager Isabel Martinez was quoted in a column in The Paper Tiger, the newspaper of Lick-Wilmerding High School. To make matters worse, climate change greatly heightens the risk of nuclear war. Isabel Martinez, who is the program coordinator at the Council for a Livable World, said that “Climate change exacerbates already existing problems, our […]
Sam Hickey on China’s Nuclear Weapons and Capabilities
Research Analyst Samuel Hickey appeared on a recent episode of the Power Play podcast, where he discusses China’s recently launched hypersonic weapon, the state of China’s current nuclear arsenal, export control initiatives, and China-U.S. relations surrounding nuclear weapons and arms control.
Colin Powell, First Black US Secretary of State and Top Military Officer, Dies
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.
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