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South-Korea-Negative---Samford

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Samford Debate Institute ’10 South Korea Neg Update Grayson/Lewis/Ard South Korea Neg Update South Korea Neg Update ................................................................................................................... 1 A2: North Korean Nuclear Use ............................................................................................................... 2 A2: North Korean Nuclear program Advantage ..................................................................................... 3 A2: North Korean Aggression ................................................................................................................. 4 A2: North Korean Attack on the US ....................................................................................................... 5 Anti-Americanism Advantage Answers .................................................................................................. 6 Terrorism Advantage Answers ................................................................................................................ 7 South Korean Proliferation Answers ....................................................................................................... 8 A2: Kim is Irrational/Crazy ..................................................................................................................... 9 1NC-No North Korea-South Korea War Front-Line EXT .................................................................... 10 1NC-No North Korea-South Korea War Front-Line EXT .................................................................... 11 1NC-No North Korea-South Korea War Front-Line EXT/3 ................................................................. 12 No North Korean War ........................................................................................................................... 13 No troop withdrawals now .................................................................................................................... 14 .............................................................................................................................................................. 14 Deterrence Brink ................................................................................................................................... 15 Deterrence Credible Now ...................................................................................................................... 16 Deterrence Credible Now ...................................................................................................................... 17 Military Power is key ............................................................................................................................ 18 Deterrence Impacts ................................................................................................................................ 19 Japan-South Korea Relations High ....................................................................................................... 20 Democratic Peace Studies Flawed ........................................................................................................ 21 1
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Samford Debate Institute ’10 South Korea Neg Update Grayson/Lewis/Ard A2: North Korean Nuclear Use North is deterred from nuclear attacks on the South John Park, (Dir., Korea Working Group, U.S. Institute of Peace), THE LONG SHADOW: NUCLEAR WEAPONS AND SECURITY IN 21ST CENTURY ASIA, 2008, 279. While declaring and demonstrating its nuclear power status, Pyongyang also has promulgated a general policy of no first use. In October 2006, North Korea officially announced that it "will never use nuclear weapons first." Although this declared policy might partly seek to reassure the concerned states of its nonaggressive intent and thereby reduce international pressure, the policy may also reflect its genuine preference, stemming from strategic realities. The United States has massive retaliatory capability against a North Korean nuclear attack, so Pyongyang has a compelling incentive not to cross the nuclear threshold first under most circumstances. North lacks sophisticated nuclear technologies Chung-In Moon, (Prof., International Relations, Yonsei U., South Korea), NORTH KOREAS NUCLEAR ISSUES: TOWARD PEACE AND SECURITY IN NORTHEAST ASIA, 2008, 27. Notwithstanding North Korea's possession of nuclear warheads, its limited delivery capability, and contested claims of nuclear testing as necessary pre-conditions to becoming a nuclear state, miniaturization technology is still a significant obstacle. It must demonstrate the capability to miniaturize nuclear warheads and mount them on Nodong and/or SCUD missiles for effective use. However, most intelligence analyses indicate that North Korea is far short of developing such technology. In view of the above, North Korea does not deserve being treated as a nuclear weapons state. Although such a treatment might provoke North Korea's erratic behavior, it can deter North Korea from abusing and misusing its nuclear bargaining leverage. North doesn’t have a miniature bomb to place on top of a warhead Daniel Pinkston, (Sr. Analyst, International Crisis Group, Seoul, South Korea), NORTH KOREAS FOREIGN POLICY UNDER KIM JONG IL: NEW PERSPECTIVES, 2009, 103.
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