JME Neg - J(E)DI 2010 Pat Kennetar and The Silent Echoes 1...

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J(E)DI 2010 1 Pat Kennetar and The Silent Echoes JME SoKo Neg JME Neg/Soko Neg II (Electric Bugaloo) **JME Neg** Topicality 1NC 2 Competing Interpretations 2NC 3 Limits 2NC 4 Ground 2NC 5 Deterrence Links 6 Allies Link 7 Advantage Counterplan 1NC 8 Relations 1NC 9-10 Nationalism 1NC 11 India-Pakistan 1NC 12 Asian War 1NC 13 Central Asia 1NC 14 Economy 1NC 15 Free Trade 1NC 16 Terrorism 1NC 17 Miscalc 1NC 18
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J(E)DI 2010 2 Pat Kennetar and The Silent Echoes JME SoKo Neg **JME Neg** Topicality 1NC Military presence means bases and combat forces- it does not include visibility of operations Layne ‘10 (Professor, and Chair in Intelligence and National Security @ Texas A&M) 2010 (Christopher, May 12, Personal Correspondence, http://abnormalmeans.com/2010/05/definition-of-military-presence/) My interpretation would be that “ military presence ” means bases with combat forces (or bases that normally are maintained by skeleton units but are maintained to receive combat forces crisis/surge type circumstances ). I do not think in the normal meaning of the term that the US has military bases in N. Korea. Violation- the aff does not remove combat forces, it just ends a mission of the forces Vote neg- A.) Limits- infinite number of tiny missions affs are topical- too many combinations of police and military presence- that makes the neg’s job impossible and guts generic ground because specificity of link turns would destroy our generic links B.) Ground- different set of generics apply to affs that don’t remove troops- we can’t get any of our DA’s based on country presence, alliances or deployment- they don’t move a single troop out C.) Bidirectional- they could argue that the aff leads to an increase in troops because it ends a mission that the US will have to compensate for- flips the topic on the neg and outweighs aff flex Topicality is a voting issue for fairness and education- competing interpretations is best because it is least arbitrary
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J(E)DI 2010 3 Pat Kennetar and The Silent Echoes JME SoKo Neg Competing Interpretations 2NC Competing interpretations is best A.) Its inevitable- in order to decide whether or not an interpretation is reasonable the judge evaluates the aff and neg’s interpretation to decide if the aff’s is good enough B.) Judge Intervention- key to put the debate in the hands of the debaters- only way to account for distinctions made by the debaters, that’s key to clash, which is the only form of education unique to debate C.) Limits- the combination of all “reasonable” interpretations under the aff’s understanding is too large- allows almost any aff to be topical just because the words military presence and satellites were used in the same article
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J(E)DI 2010 4 Pat Kennetar and The Silent Echoes JME SoKo Neg Limits 2NC Limits outweighs and turns the aff’s arguments A.) Neg flex- generic withdraw links aren’t enough- their more specific link turns will outweigh the risk of our generic link- analysis doesn’t bridge the gap, we’re at a structural disadvantage B.) Outweighs aff flex- they still get to set the topic of the debate- we don’t get access to any
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