North Korea Regime Change - Korea Hardline CPs 1/63...

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Korea Hardline CPs  Michigan Institutes ‘10 1/63 7 Week Juniors KOREA HARDLINE CPS - 7 WEEK JUNIORS Korea Hardline CPs - 7 Week Juniors. ....................................................................................................................................... 1 Regime Change CP – 1NC. ......................................................................................................................................................... 2 Regime Change CP – 1NC. ......................................................................................................................................................... 3 Regime Change CP – 1NC. ......................................................................................................................................................... 4 ***Aff Ans to Bomb North Korea CP. .......................................................................................................... 52 ***Aff Ans to Bomb North Korea CP. .................................................................................................................................... 52 ***There are more answers to both of these counterplans in the 7 Week  Junior Korea aff.
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Korea Hardline CPs  Michigan Institutes ‘10 2/63 7 Week Juniors REGIME CHANGE CP – 1NC Text: The United States federal government will utilize all necessary means to forcibly remove  Kim Jong- il from power in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. North Korean belligerence can only be solved by regime change.   Fly and Halper, 09  - *  served in the office of the secretary of defense and on the National Security Council staff  and is currently executive director of the Foreign Policy Initiative and ** a research associate at the Foreign  Policy Initiative ( 8/5/09,  Jamie M. and Daniel, Politico , “Rethinking North Korea policy,”  http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0809/25797.html) U nited  S tates  policy toward North Korea in recent decades emphasized satisfying the regime in Pyongyang ’s desire for  legitimacy and respect, in the hope that this would lead to concessions on the nuclear issue.  This approach has failed . Unfortunately, the president  who was elected to office on promises of “hope” and “change”  seems destined to stick with the same failed   policies of his predecessors . Former President Bill Clinton’s arrival Tuesday in North Korea further illustrates that the Obama administration remains wedded to  an approach that legitimizes a dishonest regime that makes and breaks agreements at will. Since
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