Blog: The Pentagon Labyrinth

Mar 30, 2011 | By Jean Sammon

"Ordinary people" need to be involved in order to clean up the mess at the Pentagon. Experts who are now retired from their careers in the Pentagon are trying to get that message out. Read more

Legislation for Withdrawal from Afghanistan

The war has gone on for too long and is costing too much – in lives and resources. Read more

NETWORK's Statement on Afghanistan

The original mission, to respond to the September 11 terrorist attacks, has shifted into a broader effort against the Taliban. The U.S. attempt to secure a stable Afghan state has been ineffective and out of balance, with military operations dominating while political and diplomatic strategies are marginalized.  Read more

START Agreement starts

Sat, 2011-02-05 05:00

The new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START), an agreement by the U.S. and Russia to reduce nuclear weapons, goes into effect today.

NETWORK and other advocates pushed the Senate to ratify the treaty in December 2010.

NETWORK's Response to President Obama's State of the Union Address

This response pays particular attention to statements he made that are directly related to NETWORK’s 2011-2012 issue agenda. We were encouraged by much of what he had to say, but we also found some gaps. Read more

Our 2011-2012 Issue Agenda

We present our current issue priorities for the 112th Congress. Read more

2010 Voting Record for Congress

See how your legislators voted on important social justice issues. Read more

After the Tragic Arizona Shootings, NETWORK Prays for an End to Violence in All Forms

We at NETWORK were horrified by the news of the shootings in Tucson. What can we do to stop the violence? Read more

Wittness against Torture action in Washington

Tue, 2011-01-11 05:00

Anti-Torture activists to rally at the White House and march to the Justice Department as the prison at Guantánamo enters its 10th year. See 

Blog: After New START – Next Steps for Arms Control

Jan 05, 2011 | By David Golemboski

NETWORK has been celebrating the success of the New START treaty since the Senate voted to approve it on December 22. Where do we go from here? Read more

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