1AC-Health - 1AC Inherency Despite our common goals in...

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Inherency Despite our common goals in Africa, U.S.-China strategic coordination in health development remains limited Brown et al. ’13 (Matthew, Bryan Liang, Braden Hale & Thomas Novotny; 8/17/13; Seton Hall University, Senior Advisor at Office of Global Affairs, US Department of Health and Human Services, former Deputy Director at CDC China & Professor Emeritus of Anesthesiology, former Director of the San Diego Center for Patient Safety at the University of California, received his BS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MD from Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, PhD from the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy Studies, and JD from Harvard Law School & Associate Adjunct Professor at UCSD, MD & Division of Epidemiology and Biostatistics Professor, Associate Director For Border and Global Health, former UC Berkeley Professor of Epidemiology and Assistant Dean for Public Health Practice; Global Health Policy Institute, “China's Role in Global Health Diplomacy: Designing Expanded U.S. Partnership for Health System Strengthening in Africa,” http://blogs.shu.edu/ghg/files/2014/02/GHGJ_62_149-166_BROWN_ET_AL.pdf) Why would the U.S. government explore expanded public health collaborations with China in Africa? It is important to note that these two nations already have a shared history of public health collaboration . The United States and China have collaborated for more than two decades on infectious diseases (HIV/AIDS, influenza, and emerging infections), cancer, and other non- communicable diseases.37 These collaborations share common goals for improving the practice of public health as well as strengthening public health institutions in detecting and responding to public health problems in the U nited S tates and China . Additionally, improving medical infrastructure and health systems are shared global health objectives and stated priorities of African leaders , and such activities may also facilitate economic development and commerce among these partner nations.38-39 Despite common goals, strategic cooperation in health development activities on the continent of Africa between the United States and China remains limited. ]=
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Plan The United States federal government should diplomatically engage the People’s Republic of China by offering to indefinitely extend the Strategic & Economic Dialogue and incorporate the issue of joint African health assistance into discussions for purposes of identifying specific areas of cooperation and ways of carrying out the health programs.
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A1 - Cold War U.S. and China are engaged in a Cold War over African resources Chipaike and Makwerere 12 -Lecturer in Peace and Governance, Bindura University of Science Education, Zimbabwe; Lecturer, International Relations and Peace Governance, Bindura Univeristy of Science Education (David & Ronald “China and the United States of America in Africa: A New Scramble or a New Cold War? September 12, http://www.ijhssnet.com/journals/Vol_2_No_17_September_2012/35.pdf)//MU
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