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Iraq-Affirmative---KNDI

Iraq-Affirmative---KNDI - KNDI IRAQ AFF Iraq Aff Iraq Aff 1...

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KNDI IRAQ AFF Iraq Aff Iraq Aff ..................................................................................................................................................................... 1 1AC .......................................................................................................................................................................... 2 1AC .......................................................................................................................................................................... 3 1AC .......................................................................................................................................................................... 4 1AC .......................................................................................................................................................................... 5 1AC 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........................................................................................................................................................................ 17 Troop Decreases Now ............................................................................................................................................. 18 ****A2: Withdrawal Now**** ............................................................................................................................... 19 A2: Withdrawal Now .............................................................................................................................................. 20 A2: Withdrawal Now .............................................................................................................................................. 21 A2: Timeline ........................................................................................................................................................... 22 A2: Timeline .......................................................................................................................................................... 23 Afghanistan Advantage ........................................................................................................................................... 24 Withdrawal Good – Civil War ................................................................................................................................. 25 Withdrawal Good – Government Stability ............................................................................................................... 26 Withdrawal Good – Democracy .............................................................................................................................. 27 Withdrawal Good – Diplomacy ............................................................................................................................... 28 Withdrawal Solves Iran ........................................................................................................................................... 29 A2: Strike Force Key to Police ................................................................................................................................ 30 A2: Pullout Bad – Middle East War ......................................................................................................................... 31 A2: Credibility – Hegemony .................................................................................................................................... 32 A2: Credibility – Terrorism ..................................................................................................................................... 33 Relations Impact – Economy/Democracy ................................................................................................................ 34 Afghan Withdrawal Now ......................................................................................................................................... 35 Middle East War Impact .......................................................................................................................................... 36 A2: Politics ............................................................................................................................................................. 37 A2: Politics ............................................................................................................................................................. 38 A2: Politics ............................................................................................................................................................. 39 A2: Accidents .......................................................................................................................................................... 40 A2: Prolif ................................................................................................................................................................ 41 A2: Terrorism .......................................................................................................................................................... 42 A2: US-Russia relations .......................................................................................................................................... 43 Ext: Non Unique ..................................................................................................................................................... 44 Ext: PC Irrelevant .................................................................................................................................................... 45 Ext: Winners Win .................................................................................................................................................... 46 Ext: Bipart Key ....................................................................................................................................................... 47 Ext: Democratic Unity ............................................................................................................................................. 48 A2: CP .................................................................................................................................................................... 49 1
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KNDI IRAQ AFF 1AC The United States Federal Government should pullout all United States’ troops and police from Iraq by August 2010. 2
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KNDI IRAQ AFF 1AC Contention One: Middle East Iraq on the brink of sectarian war. BBC, 6-2 -10, Ayad Allawi: sectarianism could lead to 'severe violence' in Iraq, http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/hardtalk/8717897.stm At the March elections in Iraq Ayad Allawi's Iraqiya party won the largest share of the vote. But no single party won an outright majority and the current Prime Minister Nuri al Maliki has joined with the Iraqi National Alliance in an attempt to stay in power. This would thwart Ayad Allawi's attempt to again be Prime Minister after he briefly held the office from 2004 to 2005. Mr Allawi says the political power vacuum could worsen the sectarian divisions in Iraq leading to more violence and even a "sectarian war." 3
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KNDI IRAQ AFF 1AC Further US presence risks instability. Colonel Timothy R. Reese , Chief, Baghdad Operations Command Advisory Team, 7-31- 09 , new York times, ln Yet despite all their grievous shortcomings noted above, ISF military capability is sufficient to handle the current level of threats from Sunni and Shiite violent groups. Our combat forces' presence here on the streets and in the rural areas add s only marginally to their capability while exposing us to attacks to which we cannot effectively respond . The GOI and the ISF will not be toppled by the violence as they might have been between 2006 and 2008. Though two weeks does not make a trend, the near cessation of attacks since 30 June speaks volumes about how easily Shiite violence can be controlled and speaks to the utter weakness of AQI. The extent of AQ influence in Iraq is so limited as to be insignificant, only when they get lucky with a mass casualty attack are they relevant. Shiite groups are working with the PM and his political allies, or plotting to work against him in the upcoming elections.
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