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MGW 2010  Pre Institute Airpower 1/30 UNT Pre-Institute Airpower DA Pre-Institute Airpower DA .................................................................................................................................... 1 Airpower 1NC 1/2 ............................................................................................................................................... 2 Airpower 1NC 2/2 ............................................................................................................................................... 3 UQ—Yes Airpower ............................................................................................................................................... 4 UQ—Yes Airpower ............................................................................................................................................... 5 UQ—Yes Airpower ............................................................................................................................................... 6 UQ—No Dominance Now .................................................................................................................................... 8 UQ—No Dominance now ..................................................................................................................................... 9 UQ—No Dominance Now .................................................................................................................................. 10 Link—Bases ....................................................................................................................................................... 11 Link—Afghanistan/Iraq ..................................................................................................................................... 12 Unique Link—Japan .......................................................................................................................................... 13 Link—Japan ...................................................................................................................................................... 14 Link—Japan  ..................................................................................................................................................... 15 Link—Korea ....................................................................................................................................................... 16 Airpower Good—Laundry List ........................................................................................................................... 17 Airpower good—Laundry list ............................................................................................................................. 18 Airpower Good—Laundry List  .......................................................................................................................... 19 Airpower Good—Heg  ....................................................................................................................................... 20 Internals—Air Power Key Heg ........................................................................................................................... 21 Air Power Good—Terrorism  ............................................................................................................................. 22 Air Power Good—North Korea ........................................................................................................................... 23 Airpower Bad—Afghanistan  ............................................................................................................................. 24 Airpower Bad—Afghanistan  ............................................................................................................................. 25 Airpower Bad—Casualty Aversion ..................................................................................................................... 26 Air Power Bad—Heg  ......................................................................................................................................... 27 Airpower Bad—Terrorism  ................................................................................................................................. 28 Internals—Airpower Causes Terror .................................................................................................................... 29 Unique Link Turn .............................................................................................................................................. 30
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MGW 2010  Pre Institute Airpower 2/30 UNT Airpower 1NC 1/2 A) Uniqueness—US air base in japan is there to stay SCHLESINGER and SPIEGEL 2010 JACOB M. in Tokyo and PETER MAY 23, 2010 “Future of U.S. Bases Bolstered in Japan”  http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704546304575261332428348428.html Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama gave up on a bedrock campaign pledge and accepted a longstanding U.S.   proposal for positioning American troops in Japan, backing down from a battle with Washington as the two   nations grapple with North Korea's aggression and China's rising power in the region.  The move hands the  Obama administration an important foreign-policy victory, allowing Washington to avoid what, for a time,  appeared to be an unwelcome need to rearrange its regional defense strategy in North Asia while fighting two  wars and navigating other tense diplomatic and economic tussles around the world. Journal Community Mr.   Hatoyama cited "political uncertainties remaining in East Asia," for his change of heart, saying, "we cannot   afford to reduce the U.S. military deterrence." His decision comes after a rise in tensions in the region, including   North Korea's alleged sinking of a South Korean naval vessel and heightened Chinese military activity in   Japanese waters.  Beyond the specifics of the Marine bases in Japan, Mr. Hatoyama's reversal is significant as a  reaffirmation of Tokyo's support for the U.S.-Japan security alliance, the pillar of American military policy in the  Pacific. Mr. Hatoyama's Democratic Party of Japan won a landslide election victory last August after promising  to reverse a number of policies of the long-ruling Liberal Democratic Party. One target: the LDP's handling of  the half-century-old security alliance, which was negotiated and nurtured by the LDP and had lasted as long as  the party's nearly unbroken rule.
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