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0a12dd13567cd2327210901408db359da353c5ad.doc Dartmouth 2K9 1 Hegemony Disad *NEG* Hegemony Disad ................................................................ 1 1NC Hegemony DA [1/5] .................................................. 3 1NC Hegemony DA [2/5] .................................................. 4 1NC Hegemony DA [3/5] .................................................. 5 1NC Hegemony DA [4/5] .................................................. 6 1NC Hegemony DA [5/5] .................................................. 7 UQ – No Balancing ............................................................ 8 UQ – No Balancing – Asia ................................................. 9 UQ – No Balancing – East Asia/AT: China ...................... 10 UQ – No Balancing – Structural Barriers .......................... 11 UQ – No Balancing – No Challengers ** [1/3] ................. 12 UQ – No Balancing – Empirics .......................................... 15 UQ – No Balancing – Costs ............................................... 16 UQ – No Balancing – AT: Backlash .................................. 17 UQ – Yes Bandwagoning – Middle East ........................... 18 UQ – Yes Bandwagoning – Asia ....................................... 19 UQ – Yes Bandwagoning – Europe ................................... 20 UQ – Heg High ................................................................... 21 UQ – Heg High ................................................................... 22 UQ – Heg Sustainable –Ambition/No Challengers ........... 23 UQ – Heg Sustainable – Interdependence ......................... 24 UQ – Heg Sustainable – AT: Iraq Overstretch .................. 25 Link – Withdrawal .............................................................. 26 Link – Withdrawal .............................................................. 27 Link – Afghanistan ............................................................. 28 Link – East Asia .................................................................. 29 Link – Japan ........................................................................ 30 UQ – Balancing Inevitable ** ............................................ 31 UQ – Balancing Inev .......................................................... 32 UQ – Balancing Now ** [1/2] ........................................... 33 UQ – Balancing Now ......................................................... 35 UQ – Yes Balancing ........................................................... 36 UQ – Yes Balancing – East Asia ....................................... 37 UQ – Yes Balancing – China ............................................. 38 UQ – Yes Balancing – China ............................................. 39 UQ – Yes Balancing – China ............................................. 40 UQ – Yes Balancing – China ............................................. 41 UQ – Yes Balancing – Russia ............................................ 42 UQ – No Balancing – Middle Powers ................................ 43 UQ – Yes Balancing – AT: Brooks and Wohlforth ........... 44 UQ – Yes Balancing – AT: Brooks and Wohlforth ........... 45 UQ – Collapse Inev ............................................................ 46 UQ – Collapse Inev – Economy/GDP ............................... 47 UQ – Collapse Inev – Economy/Competitiveness ............ 49 UQ – Collapse Inev – Balancing ........................................ 50 UQ – No Bandwagoning .................................................... 51 Impact – OSB Good – Challengers .................................... 53 Last printed 9/4/2009 07:00:00 PM 1
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0a12dd13567cd2327210901408db359da353c5ad.doc Dartmouth 2K9 2 Impact – OSB Good – Balancing/Wedge Strategy ............ 54 Impact – OSB Good – Iran War ......................................... 56 Impact – OSB Good – Iraq Stability .................................. 57 Impact – OSB Good – Afghanistan Stability ..................... 59 Impact – OSB Good – Afghanistan Stability ..................... 61 Impact – OSB Good – Terrorism ....................................... 63 Impact – OSB Good – Israel/Palestine War ...................... 65 Impact – OSB Good – Middle East Stability ..................... 66 Impact – OSB Good – Middle East Stability ..................... 67 Impact – OSB Good – East Asia Stability ......................... 68 Impact – OSB Good – Central Asia Stability .................... 69 Impact – OSB Good – China .............................................. 70 Impact – OSB Good – China .............................................. 71 Impact – OSB Good – AT: Redeployment** .................... 72 Impact – Multipolarity Good – East Asia Stability ........... 73 Impact – Forward Deployment Bad – GPW ...................... 75 Impact – Forward Deployment Bad – GPW ...................... 76 Impact – Forward Deployment Bad – Challengers [1/2] . . 77 Impact – Forward Deployment Bad – ME – Terrorism .... 79 Impact – Forward Deployment Bad – ME – AT: Oil ........ 80 Impact – AT: Kagan ........................................................... 82 Smart Power Good – Selective Engagement ..................... 83 Smart Power Good – Legitimacy ....................................... 84 Collective Security Good – Laundry List .......................... 85 ............................................................................................ 85 Selective Engagement Good – Power Projection [1/2] ..... 86 Selective Engagement Good – China ................................. 88 Non-Interventionism Good – Flexibility ............................ 89 ............................................................................................ 89 Last printed 9/4/2009 07:00:00 PM 2
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0a12dd13567cd2327210901408db359da353c5ad.doc Dartmouth 2K9 3 1NC Hegemony DA [1/5] A. Uniqueness – U.S. military primacy is high – aggressive force posture makes it sustainable, and there
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