Council for a Livable World, one of the nationâ€™s oldest and most prestigious organizations devoted to national security issues, today announced the selection of former Colorado Senator Gary Hart as its chairman.
Council for a Livable WorldÂ’s Analysis of the 2006 Elections
Council for a Livable World, one of the nationâ€™s oldest and largest organizations working on national security and weapons of mass destruction issues, today released its analysis of the 2006 elections.
Baker-Hamilton Report May Be The Catalyst For Change In Iraq
In an analysis released today, the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation suggested that the much-anticipated report from James Baker and Lee Hamiltonâ€™s Iraq Study Group (ISG) has the greatest potential to produce a changed Iraq policy since 2002.
Republican Tricks Ad
Republicans have aired several deceptive television ads in at least four states attacking candidates endorsed by Council for a Livable World. Fighting fire with fire, the Council has created its own ad, calling out the Republicans for their attempt to distract voters before the November 7 elections.
Republicans Make Desperate Attempt To Blame Clinton Administration For Policy Failures On North Korea
The Council for a Livable World today described Republican efforts to lay the blame for the growing threat from North Koreaâ€™s nuclear weapon program on the Clinton Administration as a â€œdesperate maneuver by a failed Administration.â€�
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