Neg. Arg. Counterplan

Neg. Arg. Counterplan - Argument BriefsNegative COMS 250...

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Argument Briefs—Negative COMS 250 Skiles 2 May 2010 Counterplan Observation One: Counterplan Text 1. Inherency Take Out Schiffman 2010 Schiffman, Betsy. “For Obama, Nuclear Weapons Are a Last Resort.” Daily Finance (2010): 1. RAL We are going to make sure that we can continue to move toward less emphasis on nuclear weapons . . . and to make sure that our conventional weapons capability is an effective deterrent in all but the most extreme circumstances," he said. The White House is expected to release the document, called the Nuclear Posture Review, for review on Tuesday. In the revised document, the president vowed the U.S. would not use or threaten to use nuclear weapons against nonnuclear states that abide by the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). However, two countries are exempt from Obama's softer, kinder nuclear policy: Iran and North Korea. Both of which, he says, have violated or renounced that treaty. The president also says he wants new sanctions against Iran that "have bite." An Iranian official responded on Tuesday morning by calling sanctions threats a "joke" and said the country had no plans to abandon its nuclear activities under the threat of sanctions. Obama feels that nuclear weapons are a last resort. He believes by instating the Nuclear
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