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SDI 2010 Shared Neg Afghan Neg Afghanistan Negative—3 Week Institute Afghanistan Negative—3 Week Institute ....................................................................................... 1 A2: Uniqueness Trick ........................................................................................................................ 2 A2: Uniqueness Trick ........................................................................................................................ 3 A2: Uniqueness Trick ........................................................................................................................ 4 Withdrawal Will Happen—SQ Solves ............................................................................................ 5 Withdrawal Will Happen—SQ Solves ............................................................................................ 6 Taliban Reconciliation Bad—Islam Extremism ............................................................................ 7 Taliban Reconciliation Bad—U.S. Influence ................................................................................. 8 Taliban Reconciliation Bad--Coup .................................................................................................. 9 Taliban Reconciliation Bad—Terrorism ...................................................................................... 10 A2: Hegemony .................................................................................................................................. 11 A2: Hegemony .................................................................................................................................. 12 A2: Hegemony .................................................................................................................................. 13 War Winnable .................................................................................................................................. 14 War Winnable .................................................................................................................................. 15 War Winnable .................................................................................................................................. 17 Winning Now .................................................................................................................................... 19 Pakistan Stabilizing ......................................................................................................................... 20 Eliminate Timeline CP .................................................................................................................... 21 Eliminate Timeline CP .................................................................................................................... 22 Eliminate Timeline CP .................................................................................................................... 23 Eliminate Timeline CP .................................................................................................................... 24 Withdrawal Bad ............................................................................................................................... 25 Withdrawal Bad--Terrorism .......................................................................................................... 26 Withdrawal Bad ............................................................................................................................... 27 Withdrawal Bad ............................................................................................................................... 28 Withdrawal Bad ............................................................................................................................... 29 Presence Good .................................................................................................................................. 30 Obama Bad Link .............................................................................................................................. 31 Midterms Link .................................................................................................................................. 32 CMR Link ......................................................................................................................................... 33 1
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SDI 2010 Shared Neg Afghan Neg A2: Uniqueness Trick Recent Petraeus statements restore credibility Goodenough , international editor for CNS News, 6/23/ 10 p. http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/68268 (Patrick, “Obama’s Troop Withdrawal” DA 7/15/10) Testifying before the Senate Armed Services Committee last week, U.S. Central Command commander Gen. David Petraeus stressed that July 2011 was “the date when a process begins, based on conditions, not the date when the U.S. heads for the exits.” He said “rigorous assessments” would be made throughout the year, to establish what progress was being achieved and where adjustments were needed . “I will provide my best military advice to the secretary and to the president on how I believe we should proceed based on the conditions at that time, and I will then support the president’s decision,” he said. Deadline soft, not hard—doesn’t trigger DA’s Clark , staff writer for Guardian, 12/6/ 09 p. http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/dec/06/us-2011-afghanistan- troop-withdrawal-target DA 7/10/10 The Obama administration is striving to soften a contentious July 2011 target to begin withdrawing troops from Afghanistan, describing the timeline as a signal of urgency and the beginning of a lengthy transition rather than a "drop-dead deadline". A decision by the US president to name a date for the start of a military pull- out has been criticised by Republicans who view the schedule as arbitrary and as a signal of weakness to Taliban extremists. The timeline is part of a strategy for a 30,000-strong "surge" in US troops aimed at stabilising the conflict. The US secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, and defence secretary, Robert Gates, both offered heavy qualifications to the date yesterday , although they provided assurances on other issues – including a note of confidence that Pakistan's nuclear weapons are safe, aided by US security measures. Doing the rounds of Sunday morning news programmes, Clinton played down the withdrawal date : "We're not talking about an exit strategy or a drop-dead deadline." She described the timeframe as part of an "assessment " that "we can begin a transition, a transition to hand off responsibility the Afghan forces".
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