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MGW ’10 Turkey Cards McFarland/Smith AFF Turkey – Updates Index AFF Turkey – Updates Index. ................................................................................................................................. 1 Possible 1AC Terrorism internals. ........................................................................................................................... 2 Possible 1AC Terrorism internals. ........................................................................................................................... 3 **AFF Answers**. ................................................................................................................................................. 4 AFF – US – Turkey Relations Disad - IL turns – Relations key to coop. ............................................................... 4 AFF - US – Turkey Relations Disad - Relations good – Iran nuclearization. ......................................................... 5 Politics Cards. .......................................................................................................................................................... 6 Politics Cards. .......................................................................................................................................................... 7 1
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MGW ’10 Turkey Cards McFarland/Smith Possible 1AC Terrorism internals TNW removal solves terrorism Kimball, Executive Director Arms Control Association, 2009 (Daryl, “Change U.S. Nuclear Policy?”, Arms Control Association , September, ProQuest, Date accessed: June 25, 2010, MM) As an eminent National Academy of Sciences panel concluded more than a decade ago, "[T]he only remaining, defensible function of U.S. nuclear weapons in the post-Cold War era is 'core deterrence': using the threat of retaliation to deter other countries that possess nuclear weapons from using them to attack or coerce the United States or its allies." Without significant reductions in the role and number of U.S. and Russian nuclear weapons and without U.S. ratification of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, the United States' ability to harness the international support necessary to prevent nuclear terrorism and strengthen the beleaguered nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT) will be greatly diminished. A core deterrence approach would also reinforce existing U.S. negative security assurances vis-à-vis non- nuclear-weapon states and support our positive security assurances to allies in the event of nuclear attack on them, which would further strengthen support for the NPT. US must reduce TNWs to prevent nuclear terrorism Kibaroglu, Professor of International Relations at Bilkent University, 2007 (Mustaga, A Turkish Nuclear Turnaround, Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, November/December, Ebsco, 6/26/10, SLE) <The probability that states or terrorist groups will detonate elaborate or crude nuclear devices increases with the spread of the materials and technology used in the manufacture of these weapons. Before it is too late, every
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