CP NEG REVOKE CONSENT UPDATES ANJALI 8

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Whitman National Debate Institute 1 REVOKE CONSENT COUNTERPLAN UPDATES Revoke Consent Counterplan Updates Revoke Consent Counterplan Updates ........................................................................................... 1 Revoke Consent Solvency – Japan ................................................................................................... 2 US Will Say Yes – Iraq ...................................................................................................................... 3 US Will Say Yes – Iraq ...................................................................................................................... 4 US Will Say Yes – South Korea ....................................................................................................... 5 US Will Say Yes – Afghanistan ........................................................................................................ 7 No Solvency – Iraq ............................................................................................................................. 8
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Whitman National Debate Institute 2 REVOKE CONSENT COUNTERPLAN UPDATES Revoke Consent Solvency – Japan ( ) Japan can terminate US military presence. Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security Between Japan and the United States, January 19, 1960 This Treaty shall remain in force until in the opinion of the Governments of Japan and the United States of America there shall have come into force such United Nations arrangements as will satisfactorily provide for the maintenance of international peace and security in the Japan area. However, after the Treaty has been in force for ten years, either Party may give notice to the other Party of its intention to terminate the Treaty, in which case the Treaty shall terminate one year after such notice has been given.
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Whitman National Debate Institute 3 REVOKE CONSENT COUNTERPLAN UPDATES US Will Say Yes – Iraq ( ) Obama will say yes – he’s itching to get out of Iraq. Al-Waatan, Kuwait Online News Source, July 30, 2009 When Barack Obama adopted the concept of "Change" as a slogan for his presidential campaign in 2008, we in Kuwait had to know that this change is ineluctably coming and will affect the Iraqi issue without serving necessarily our best interests. The recent visit made by Nuri al-Maliki to Washington and the full support showed by Obama to him regarding the cancellation of the international resolutions against Iraq prove that the Kuwaiti-US honeymoon - no matter how long it lasts - will vanish and its reasons will fade away. Obama has proved, ever since his presidential campaign, that he has been seeking to exit Iraq at the soonest with the least possible political and economical losses from the perspective of the US public opinion. According to the democratic administration run by Obama, the "War on Terror" must be limited to Afghanistan and Pakistan, and involving Iraq in it was a Republican mistake. Therefore, this administration is currently scrambling to step up the US withdrawal from Iraq,
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2012 for the course DEBATE 101 taught by Professor None during the Spring '12 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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