2AR Round 1 ASU REDO.docx

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Case SSCV: Their only argument is that arms flows are inevitable because of other countries such as Russia and China, C/A Sun 15. Plan is first step to broader coop preventing China from selling arms spills over to other countries also ceasing arms sales. Framing: The way this round is framed is critical to understanding the affirmative. The current inattention to African conflicts has led to a complete neglect of the true magnitude of such conflicts. The South Sudan region is on the brink of a Rwanda-esque genocide, that’s Kelemen and Westlund. The Ramalingam evidence emphasizes the reality that one-shot linear conflicts don’t actually exist; nonlinearity and complex relations that produce mass-conflict must be assessed in order to attack the root of the problem. In the context of Sudan, the arms sales-oil contract relations and the US China proxy conflict are examples of nonlinearity, and the plan solves it. Such a focus on the underlying structures that produce conflict rather than the conflict itself, in this case the arms sales, outweighs any other means of preventing impacts. Probability is a more
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  • Fall '13
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  • Political Science, Sudan, U.S. China policy, Rwandan esque genocide, QPQ Ground DA

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