CNDI---Japan-Aff - CNDI 2010 STARTER 1AC JAPAN 1AC CNDI...

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CNDI 2010 STARTER 1AC JAPAN 1AC – CNDI JAPAN 1AC – CNDI .......................................................................................................... 1 1AC – JAPAN – INHERENCY ......................................................................................... 2 1AC – JAPAN – INHERENCY ......................................................................................... 3 1AC – JAPAN – PLAN ...................................................................................................... 4 1AC – JAPAN – ADVANTAGE ....................................................................................... 5 1AC – JAPAN – ADVANTAGE ....................................................................................... 6 1AC – JAPAN - ADVANTAGE ......................................................................................... 7 1AC – JAPAN – ADVANTAGE ....................................................................................... 8 1AC – JAPAN – ADVANTAGE ....................................................................................... 9 1AC – JAPAN – ADVANTAGE ..................................................................................... 10 1AC – JAPAN – ADVANTAGE ..................................................................................... 11 1AC – JAPAN – ADVANTAGE ..................................................................................... 12 1AC – JAPAN – ADVANTAGE ..................................................................................... 13 1AC – JAPAN – ADVANTAGE ..................................................................................... 14 1AC – JAPAN – ADVANTAGE ..................................................................................... 15 1AC – JAPAN – ADVANTAGE ..................................................................................... 16 1AC – JAPAN – SOLVENCY ......................................................................................... 17 1AC – JAPAN – SOLVENCY ......................................................................................... 18 1AC – JAPAN – SOLVENCY ......................................................................................... 19 1AC – JAPAN – SOLVENCY ......................................................................................... 20 EXT – PRESENCE UNNECESSARY – SOLVENCY ................................................... 21 EXT – INSTABILITY / AT PRESENCE GOOD ............................................................. 22 EXT – INSTABILITY / AT PRESENCE GOOD ............................................................. 23 EXT – INSTABILITY / AT PRESENCE GOOD ............................................................. 24 ADD-ON – SPECIES ....................................................................................................... 25 ADD-ON – SPECIES ....................................................................................................... 26 ADD-ON – TRADE DEFICIT .......................................................................................... 27 1
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CNDI 2010 STARTER 1AC 1AC – JAPAN – INHERENCY CONTENTION ONE – INHERENCY – A RELIC OF THE COLD WAR THE UNITED STATES ADMINISTRATION HAS REFUSED TO SUBSTANTIALLY REDUCE MILITARY PRESENCE IN JAPAN DESPITE MULTIPLE REQUESTS BANDOW 9-2-2009 – SENIOR FELLOW CATO DEALING WITH THE NEW JAPAN , HUFFINGTON POST Some Obama administration officials privately acknowledge that adjustments will be necessary.   Others, however, appear to be operating more as throwbacks to the Bush administration during its   most unilateralist phase     . On Monday the State Department spokesman, Ian Kelly, said that       there would be no renegotiation of the Okinawa accord. An unnamed official said that the   administration hoped the new government would "moderate" its position. This might seem like a good negotiating tactic, but it didn't go over well in Tokyo. The       Asahi       Shinbun     headlined one article "U.S. on Futenma Revisit: Forget It." Washington might have the law       on its side, but the LDP had to use its overwhelming majority to ram the unpopular accord   through the Diet. And elections inevitably have consequences. U nfortunately, publicly telling the new government "up yours" is more likely to infuriate   than conciliate both incoming ministers and the pub     lic. There are reasons some Japanese want       to escape dependence on America. Washington's dismissive response gives them one more reason. DESPITE CURRENT RELUCTANCE TO REMOVE MILITARY PRESENCE, OBAMA AND HIS  ADMINISTRATION SHOULD STEP INTO THE 21 ST  CENTURY AND STOP THE  UNSUSTAINABLE POLICY OF MAINTAINING BASES IN JAPAN BANDOW 9-2-2009 – SENIOR FELLOW CATO DEALING WITH THE NEW JAPAN , HUFFINGTON POST The tremors of Tokyo's political earthquake are being felt in Washington, where officials are   rounding the wagons to protect the status quo. But America's alliance with Japan--like most of its   defense relationships--is outdated. T    
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