Consult-Japan-Counterplan---Samford

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Unformatted text preview: Consult Japan Wave 1 Index Consult Japan 1NC Shell (1/3) The United States federal government should enter into prior and binding consultation with the government of Japan over: _____________________________________________________________________________ ___________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ ___________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ ___________________. The government of Japan will have the ability to modify or veto the result of the consultation. The United States federal government will implement the outcome of the consultation and advocate for the plan action in the consultation process. Observation 1 is competition: A) Substantially means without qualification: any permutation that places a condition on the plan severs the unconditional nature of the plan action Don Blewett, 1976 (Chairperson California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board, Young v. Laura Scudders Pet, Inc. January 29, 1976. www.cuiab.ca.gov/precedent/pb181.doc.) " Substantially: Essentially; without material qualification ; in the main; in substance; materially; in a substantial manner. Kirkpatrick v. Journal Pub. Co., 210 Ala. 10, 97 So. 58, 59; Gibson v. Glos, 271 I11. 368, I11 N.E. 123, 124; McEwen v. New York Life Ins. Co., 23 Cal. App. 694, 139 P. 242, 243. About, actually, competently, and essentially. Gilmore v. Red Top Cab Co. of Washington, 171 Wash. 346, 17 P. 2d 886, 887." B) Resolved means to make a firm decision: the conditional nature of the consultation doesnt make a firm decision: The American Heritage Dictionary, 2009 . Online. Accessed July 2, 2010 from: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/resolved resolve (r-zlv') v. resolved , resolving , resolves v. tr. 1. To make a firm decision about . Consult Japan 1NC Shell (2/3) Observation 2 is Solvency: Genuine consultation solves opposition and ensures Japan will say yes quickly. It is the process that matters. Yukio Okamoto , President of Okamoto Associates (Strategic and Business Consulting Firm), Special Adviser to the Cabinet and Chair of the Japanese Prime Ministers Task Force on Foreign Relations, Advisor to the Japan Foundation and Science and Technology Agency, and Former Director, North American Affairs Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan, Spring 2002 (Japan and the United States: The Essential Alliance The Washington Quarterly) p. lexis Underlying the strong Japanese collaborative response to the current U.S. war against terror ism are the bitter memories of the attitude that the U nited S tates displayed toward the relationship during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm . The near-humiliation that Japan endured at that time filled the Japanese government with an undeniable sense of failure . So deep was the trauma to Japan's institutional memory that, to this day, policymakers remind themselves that they must never again allow the country to be subjected to the charge of "checkbook diplomacy...
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