By John Tierney Perhaps you are aware of the subject of the recent article, ‘A big blow: Washington’s arms controllers brace for loss of their biggest backer‘ by Bryan Bender in POLITICO. As I was re-reading it this morning, I knew I needed to tell you, our Council for a Livable World supporters, about the impact […]
Advocacy Coordinator Monica Montgomery was featured on the Early Warning segment of the Press the Button podcast, discussing efforts to halt funding for the development of a new sea-launched nuclear cruise missile.
By John Isaacs Some of the words that best characterize the life of Priscilla Johnson McMillan, who died July 7, 2021, are indomitable, always curious for more knowledge, gentle in her contacts with other people and a life very well lived. In her 92 years, she was a witness to so much history, from the […]
Council for a Livable World coordinated writing a letter signed by more than 70 national and grassroots organizations calling on House lawmakers to cancel the new nuclear sea-launched cruise missile and its associated warhead this year. June 29, 2021 Dear Members of the House Appropriations Committee, The United States does not need a new nuclear […]
By Daniel Wirls, Professor of Politics, UC Santa Cruz Board Member, Council for a Livable World The Biden National Defense budget presented to Congress in late January 2021 is a modest increase from the previous year but among the highest in the last 70 years in constant dollars adjusted for inflation – despite the effective end to the forever wars […]