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MGW 2010 A2 South Korean Adv Cps Sob Jb Rk A2 South Korean Adv CP A2 South Korean Adv CP ................................................................................................................. 1 A2: Rights of The Child Soft power CP .......................................................................................... 2 A2: strikes cp ...................................................................................................................................... 3 A2: strikes ext. .................................................................................................................................... 4 A2: strikes ext. .................................................................................................................................... 5 A2 Bilateral Talks CP ........................................................................................................................ 6 Bilat ext. ............................................................................................................................................... 7 A2 Sanctions ........................................................................................................................................ 8 A2: RRF ............................................................................................................................................... 9 1
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MGW 2010 A2 South Korean Adv Cps Sob Jb Rk A2: Rights of The Child Soft power CP 1. Rights of the child passage won’t be perceived internationally a. The fact that the rest of the world has ratified and there are still child’s rights problems proves that it isn’t enforced or effective. b. All of the rights in the treaty are all ready enforced in the United States; nothing would change. Mason 05 (Mary Ann, Journal of Social History, “The U.S. and the international children's rights crusade: leader or laggard?” http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m2005/is_4_38/ai_n15681379/pg_7/?tag=content;col1 ) What is the role of the United States in this new and burgeoning children's rights movement? While it fully participated in the drafting process, it is one of only two nations in the world that has failed to ratify the Convention. The most often heard explanation of why the U.S. has not ratified the treaty is that we already have in place everything the treaty espouses; it would make no practical difference. c. The treaty was drafted 50 years ago and every country other than Somalia has passed it clearly the global perception is that this is common ground for human rights not a step forward. 2. Perm: do both 3. Solving the humanitarian crisis in North Korea is a much large internal link into soft power the counter plans chances of solve should be seriously questioned. 4. The impact to soft power is solving the nuclear crisis North Korea which passing the counter plan doesn’t do. 2
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MGW 2010 A2 South Korean Adv Cps Sob Jb Rk A2: strikes cp 1. Blowing up nuclear bases doesn’t prevent mining North Korea would just get more material. 2. Soft power is also essential for Asian stability Cossa et. al. 09 (Ralph A. Cossa President of Pacific Forum CSIS, Brad Glosserman Executive Director of Pacific Forum CSIS, Rear Admiral Michael A. McDevitt, USN (Ret.) Vice President and Director of Strategic Studies at the Center for Naval Analyses, Nirav Patel Bacevich Fellow at the Center for a New American Security, Dr. James Przystup Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for National Strategic Studies at National Defense University, Dr. Brad Roberts research staff at the Institute for Defense Analyses, “The United States and the Asia-Pacific Region: Security Strategy for the Obama Administration”, February 2009 Accessed 6/22/10 AW GW) America’s philosophy toward Asia should include efforts to help Asian nations increase their domestic capabilities and guide their own destinies . A narrow focus on security and major diplomatic issues will fall far short of this mark . The Defense Department (and/or State Department) can’t do it all ; Washington needs to use all the tools in its toolbox. Although American competence has been called into question by failures from Iraq to Katrina, a broad appreciation for the technical skills of U.S. professionals,
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