Council for a Livable World likened the struggle to bring American troops home from Iraq to the slow trench warfare of World War I, not the Blitzkrieg of World War II, after this morningâ€™s Senate vote on the Levin-Reed amendment.
Lt. Gen. Robert Gard (USA, ret.), Senior Military Fellow at the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, and Brig. Gen. John Johns (USA, ret.), Board Member at Council for a Livable World, laid out their vision for disengagement from Iraq in a recent op-ed in New Hampshireâ€™s Keene Sentinel titled â€œIraq: Where do we go from here?â€�
Washington, D.C. â€“ Council for a Livable World today released a new YouTube video mash-up highlighting statements made by several Republican presidential candidates threatening the use of nuclear weapons against Iran.Watch the video mash-up here…
The House of Representatives today retained funding cuts to provocative missile defense program and new nuclear weapons in the Fiscal Year 2008 Defense Authorization bill. The House rejected two missile defense amendments, one to restore the cuts of $764 million made in the House Armed Services Committee and the other to cut an even larger amount of funding.
Senate Democrats showed growing support today for withdrawing U.S. troops from Iraq as 29 Senators voted for an amendment by Sen. Russ Feingold (D-WI) that would have begun redeploying American soldiers within 120 days with a mandatory date for completing withdrawal by March 31, 2008.