DDW10-Turkey-Coup-Disad

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8c91e7ca039bbfe0ddba6aa8a667b55af1fa6e5b.doc Dartmouth 2K9 1 Turkey Coup DA Notes ........................................................................................................................................................................ 2 Turkish Coup DA [1/3] ............................................................................................................................................ 3 XT: Turkish Coup DA-Uniqueness Wall [1/2] ........................................................................................................ 6 XT: Turkish Coup DA-Link Wall ............................................................................................................................ 8 XT: Turkish Coup DA-2nc Impact ......................................................................................................................... 9 Turkish Military-Pro-West ..................................................................................................................................... 11 Last printed 9/4/2009 07:00:00 PM 1
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8c91e7ca039bbfe0ddba6aa8a667b55af1fa6e5b.doc Dartmouth 2K9 2 Notes This disad can be read against both the Turkey withdrawal troops aff and the tnws aff, and the 1nc evidence specifically talks about tnw removal being unpopular. The disad is probably best as a case turn on solvency, but it can be read as an offcase position as well. Last printed 9/4/2009 07:00:00 PM 2
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8c91e7ca039bbfe0ddba6aa8a667b55af1fa6e5b.doc Dartmouth 2K9 3 Turkish Coup DA [1/3] Coup unlikely now but tensions are on the brink Asbarez 2-23 [“A New Military Coup in Turkey Could Derail Protocols, Says Expert.” Asbarez 2-23-10. http://asbarez.com/77777/a-new-military- coup-in-turkey-could-derail-protocols-says-expert/] There is an internal war being waged in Turkey between its secular military and Islamist rooted government and that conflict may prompt another military coup in the country, a leading Armenian expert on Turkey said Tuesday, adding that the increased tension may bring an end to the Western-backed Turkey-Armenia normalization process. “There is an internal war taking place in Turkey,” said Ruben Safrastyan, the director of the Oriental Studies Institute at Armenia’s Academy of Sciences. He was referring to the ongoing Ergenekon investigation, launched in 2007, against a clandestine group with links to the army accused of seeking to topple the Islamist government. Speaking to reporters in Yerevan, Safrastyan, was quoted by Armenian Public Radio as saying that recent developments in the Ergenekon case could likely lead to a fifth attempt at a military takeover and Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) would try and “use this situation to continue dragging out the process of ratification of the Armenian-Turkish protocols.” “The possibility of a military coup is not great, but if there is one, there will be a lot of victims ,” he said. “Under these circumstances would the US continue
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