The Council for a Livable World today praised Majority Leader Harry Reidâ€™s (D-NV) brave decision to move forward with Senate debate on President Bushâ€™s escalation in Iraq despite weeks of obstructionist stalling by Senate Republicans. Debate is expected to take place Friday or Saturday.
Council for a Livable World today released its annual national security scorecard showing that major Democratic candidates for President are bunched closely together with comparable scores.
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 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.