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CNDI---South-Korea-Neg---Shackelford-Lazarevic

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CNDI 2010 South Korea Neg Shackelford/Lazarevic/Polin SOUTH KOREA NEG SOUTH KOREA NEG ............................................................................................................................................................ 1 ***Counter Plan Solvency*** ................................................................................................................................................ 2 Consult Japan .......................................................................................................................................................................... 2 Consult China ......................................................................................................................................................................... 4 Consult South Korea ............................................................................................................................................................... 5 Phased Withdrawal Good (1/2) ............................................................................................................................................... 6 Phased Withdrawal Good (2/2) ............................................................................................................................................... 7 Economic Engagement CP ...................................................................................................................................................... 8 ***War Advantage Answers*** ............................................................................................................................................. 9 Neg – No Escalation ............................................................................................................................................................... 9 Neg – No War ....................................................................................................................................................................... 10 Neg – No War ...................................................................................................................................................................... 11 North Korea Can’t Attack ..................................................................................................................................................... 12 North Korea Won’t Attack .................................................................................................................................................... 13 ***Soft Power Answers*** .................................................................................................................................................. 14 US Presence Key to S. Korea Middle Power ......................................................................................................................... 14 US Presence Key to S. Korea Middle Power ......................................................................................................................... 15 US-ROK Alliance Good – Relations .................................................................................................................................... 16 Soft Power Alt Cause ............................................................................................................................................................ 17 ***Case Turns*** ................................................................................................................................................................. 18 Presence Good 1NC ............................................................................................................................................................. 18 Japan Rearm 1NC ................................................................................................................................................................. 19 Withdrawal Bad - Weakness ................................................................................................................................................. 20 Withdrawal Bad – Japan Rearm ........................................................................................................................................... 21 Withdrawal Bad – Asian Instability ...................................................................................................................................... 22 Withdrawal Bad – Arms Race .............................................................................................................................................. 23 Troop Withdrawal North Korea Attack ............................................................................................................................. 24 ***Politics*** ...................................................................................................................................................................... 25 Plan Unpopular ..................................................................................................................................................................... 25 1
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CNDI 2010 South Korea Neg Shackelford/Lazarevic/Polin ***Counter Plan Solvency*** Consult Japan If we withdraw from Korea this will harm our relations with Japan Levkowitz, 08 (Alon, The International Relations Department, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, The seventh withdrawal: has the US forces' journey back home from Korea begun?, 6/25/10, http://irap.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/full/8/2/131 A complete withdrawal, however, must take into account its impact on the North-East Asian arena and the US forces in Japan . If the US forces withdraw from Korea, it might lead to increased internal pressure on the government in Tokyo to evacuate the American forces from Japan, backed by political groups in Washington DC who will link the withdrawal from Korea to the need to withdraw from Japan as well. This will have serious implications on the USA–Japan alliance, which USA will have to thoroughly consider before deciding on a complete withdrawal from Korea. 2
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CNDI 2010 South Korea Neg Shackelford/Lazarevic/Polin Consult China We Must Consult China Before Removing Troops From South Korea Levkowitz, 08 (Alon, The International Relations Department, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, The seventh withdrawal: has the US forces' journey back home from Korea begun?, 6/25/10, http://irap.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/full/8/2/131 One should also consider the implications of a withdrawal on the triangular relations between the USA and ROK and China . The election of President Lee Myung-bak will probably ameliorate relations between the ROK and the USA, which were tense and problematic during the last few years . However, an American decision to withdraw from Korea should always take into account a possible rapprochement between Seoul and Beijing, based on the already improving relations between the two. 4
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CNDI 2010 South Korea Neg Shackelford/Lazarevic/Polin Consult South Korea We Must Consult South Korea Because They have Resisted On all Other Instances Of Removal Levkowitz, 08 (Alon, The International Relations Department, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, The seventh withdrawal: has the US forces' journey back home from Korea begun?, 6/25/10, http://irap.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/full/8/2/131
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