China+Expansionism+Disadvantage

China+Expansionism+Disadvantage - J(E)DI 2010 Cooper/Henry...

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J(E)DI 2010 1 Cooper/Henry China Expansionism DA “Wanna cupcake?” SMS Debynasty. China Expansionism Disadvantage China Expansion DA . .......................................................... 1 China Expansion 1NC Shell (1/2) . ...................................... 2 China Expansion 1NC Shell (2/2) . ...................................... 3 Uniqueness Extensions. ....................................................... 4 Uniqueness Extensions. ....................................................... 5 Uniqueness Extensions. ....................................................... 6 Uniqueness Extensions. ....................................................... 7 Uniqueness Extensions. ..................................................... 10 Impact: Environmental Disaster . ....................................... 12 Impact: Lose all Asian Alliances. ...................................... 13 Impact: Nuke War [2 nd card] . ............................................ 14 Impact/Generic Link: Global Domination. ....................... 15 Links [Generic]. ................................................................. 16 Links [Generic]. ................................................................. 17 Links [Specific]. ................................................................. 18 Links [Specific]. ................................................................. 20 A2: Chinese-Taiwan War won’t involve US . .................... 21 A2: Chinese-Taiwan War won’t involve US . .................... 22 A2: Chinese Expansion Taiwan Control. ........................ 23 A2: War with China not Bad. ............................................ 24 Aff: China not a Threat to US . ........................................... 25 Aff: No War With China. .................................................. 26 Aff: No War With China. ................................................... 27 Aff: China Doesn’t Want Nuclear War to Deter Navy . ..... 28 Aff: Link Turns . ................................................................. 29 Aff: Alt Cause, US Weapons support . .............................. 30 Aff: Non Unique. ................................................................ 31
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J(E)DI 2010 2 Cooper/Henry China Expansionism DA “Wanna cupcake?” SMS Debynasty. China Expansion 1NC Shell (1/2) A. Uniqueness- Chinese expansion is slowing and not on the rise – BBC MAP 2010 (BBC Monitoring Asia Pacific – Political Supplied by BBC Worldwide Monitoring March 5, 2010 Friday, China has "no plan" for military expansion - rear admiral, ln) China has no plan for military expansion as its development of national defence is for its own security, a Navy testing base commander of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) said here Friday morning. Commander and Rear Admiral Cao Dongshen, also deputy to the National People's Congress (NPC), made the remarks in an interview with Xinhua on the sideline of the opening of annual session of China's top legislature Friday. When asked about the speculation on China's plan of building an aircraft carrier, Cao said: "Whether China builds its aircraft carrier or not depends on the nation's need. The aircraft is just one kind of military equipment and nothing for speculation." "This is like someone need a long-barreled gun and others just want a short arm. Demands of different countries are distinct," he said. China plans to increase its national defence spending by 36bn yuan (5.27bn US dollars), or 7.5 per cent, from last year to 519.082bn yuan (about 76.3bn US dollars) in 2010, according to a draft budget report submitted to the legislature Friday morning. The 7.5 per cent hike, half of last year's increase, represented the smallest increase in China's defence spending in two decades. B. Link/Internal Link [Insert specific link if available] Decreasing military presense encourages Taiwan to expand and invade Taiwan leading to war with the US - University of Columbia Nov. 2002. [ University of Columbia 11.12.02 Confronting the Rise of China: An analysis of Realist and Liberal approaches”] Realists conceptualize an international system built on self-interested states that compete for power. Because the system is anarchic, states use any means available to advance their agendas, often causing tension and conflict among rival states. The rise of China, therefore, has tremendous potential to destabilize this system. China’s growing economic power will
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