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T Adjust t to the affirmative, don’t forget them good ol’ standards, limits, & voters A. Interp- Plan must be limited to government to government action— With indicates reciprocal relation Collins 12 Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1979, 1986 © HarperCollins Publishers 1998, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012 http://www.dictionary.com/browse/with Dictionary.com With /wɪð; wɪθ/ preposition 9. often used with a verb indicating a reciprocal action or relation between the subject and the preposition's object : agreeing with me, chatting with the troops B. Violation – the plan is not exclusive. It includes corporations and broader non- governmental fields- the working group. It’s extra topical. C. The affirmative interpretation is bad for debate Limits are necessary for negative preparation and clash, but the affirmative interpretation is too big. Inclusion of other entities such as the 1ac’s working group multiplies and makes impossible the preparation requirements. There are close to 5,000 NGOs in China that could be used as the basis for new affs. T is a voter for pedagogical reasons – it’s the only way we can learn to rigorously test ideas and respond to rigorous testing
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K [Insert Link] Forcing “deviant” nations like china to abide by western laws and/or trade deals enables imperialist violence and reinforces a hierarchical model of geopolitics Lalkar 15 (British Newspaper Lalkar, “US Imperialism stokes war in the SCS”, Lalkar) JA With imperialism gripped by its worst ever crisis of overproduction, events from Greece, through Ukraine and the Middle East, to East Asia confirm again and again the Leninist thesis that imperialism means domination and leads inexorably to aggression and war – a fact that is only accentuated the deeper and more thoroughgoing the crisis becomes . In recent years, China has become the world’s second biggest economy. It is increasingly a pole of attraction, and an alternative, for many other countries, from Russia to Venezuela to South Africa, and even for many imperialist powers, as witnessed by Britain’s recent decision to join the Chinese-initiated Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), a move rapidly followed by numerous other close US allies, but one which met with fury in Washington. (See article in Proletarian, No 65, April 2015). In the wake of the collapse of the former Soviet Union and the east European people’s democracies, and the defeat of Iraq in the first Gulf War, the US proclaimed more brazenly than ever that its goal was nothing short of unrivalled global hegemony. A Pentagon report leaked to the New York Times in March 1992 asserted that “America’s political and military mission in the post-cold-war era will be to insure that no rival superpower is allowed to emerge in Western Europe, Asia or the territory of the former Soviet Union…The classified document makes the case for a world
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