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.
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.
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.
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€�
North Koreaâ€™s recent long-range missile test and its new threat jeopardize peace and security in North Asia and could create a regional spiral of proliferating nuclear weapons.