MGW10-LCP-Korea-Reunification-ADV

MGW10-LCP-Korea-Reunification-ADV - MGW 2010 Reunification...

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MGW 2010 Reunification Advantage Matt Hegarty and Zain Bharwani Lingel/Coburn-Palo 1AC Module. ..................................................................................................................................................... 2 1AC Module. ..................................................................................................................................................... 3 Human Rights Add-on. ...................................................................................................................................... 4 Human Rights Add-on. ...................................................................................................................................... 5 Uniqueness. ........................................................................................................................................................ 6 A2: Economic Cost. ........................................................................................................................................... 7 Solvency. ........................................................................................................................................................... 8 A2: Regional conflict. ........................................................................................................................................ 9 Narrative. ......................................................................................................................................................... 10 A2: Delay CP. .................................................................................................................................................. 11 1
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MGW 2010 Reunification Advantage Matt Hegarty and Zain Bharwani Lingel/Coburn-Palo 1AC Module Uniqueness: The US military forces in South Korea is the only remaining barrier to the reunification of Korea KCNA 4/17 (KCNA website, Pyongyang, 4/17/2010, “North Korean agency on South protest at plan of US forces' permanent presence”, Lexis Nexis Database, 6/25/10, ZB) US Scheme for Its Forces' Permanent Presence in S. Korea Slashed Pyongyang, April 17 (KCNA) - Civic and public organizations of South Korea including the South Headquarters of the Pan-national Alliance for Korea's Reunification and the People for Achieving Peace and Reunification staged the 127th "action for independence, reunification and peace" in Seoul on April 13. The organizations accused the US of its recent undisguised moves to ignite a nuclear war against the DPRK, branding them as an action escalating military tensions on the Korean Peninsula. They charged that the US is seeking to realize the "strategic flexibility" of its forces in South Korea under the pretext of the "transfer of the right to command wartime operations" and have full command over the South Korean army at the time of a war against the DPRK. The US forces are building a new airstrip in Phyongthaek, Kyonggi Province with the taxes collected from South Koreans, the organizations deplored, terming
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