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SDI 2010 File Category File Name 2AC File 2AC File ................................................................................................................................................................... 1 ***TOPICALITY*** ............................................................................................................................................... 2 Topicality—Presence=Combat/Non-Combat ............................................................................................................. 2 Topicality—AT: Reduce ........................................................................................................................................... 3 Topicality—AT: Presence Excludes Infrastructure ................................................................................................... 4 ***DISADS*** ........................................................................................................................................................ 5 2AC Oil .................................................................................................................................................................... 5 2AC Oil .................................................................................................................................................................... 6 2AC Russia Oil ......................................................................................................................................................... 7 2AC START ............................................................................................................................................................ 8 2AC START – Impact Turns ..................................................................................................................................... 9 2AC START .......................................................................................................................................................... 10 Obama Bad DA 2AC [1/3] ...................................................................................................................................... 11 Obama Bad 2AC [2/3] ............................................................................................................................................. 12 Obama Bad DA 2AC [1/3] ...................................................................................................................................... 13 No Link- No Spillover ............................................................................................................................................. 14 AT: Price Spikes .................................................................................................................................................... 15 2AC Fem IR ............................................................................................................................................................ 16 2AC Fem IR ............................................................................................................................................................ 17 2AC Fem IR ............................................................................................................................................................ 18 2AC Fem IR ............................................................................................................................................................ 19 2AC Fem IR ............................................................................................................................................................ 20 2AC Midterm “Dems-Bad” Politics ......................................................................................................................... 21 2AC Midterm “Dems-Bad” Politics ......................................................................................................................... 22 2AC Midterm “Dems-Bad” Politics ......................................................................................................................... 23 2AC Midterm “Dems-Bad” Politics ......................................................................................................................... 24 2AC FCS DA 2/2 .................................................................................................................................................... 25 2AC FCS DA 2/2 .................................................................................................................................................... 26 2AC Heg/Irregular Warfare ..................................................................................................................................... 27 2ac Afghanistan Redeployment ............................................................................................................................... 28 2ac Afghanistan Redeployment ............................................................................................................................... 29 2ac Afghanistan Redeployment ............................................................................................................................... 30 2AC CMR ............................................................................................................................................................... 31 2AC CMR ............................................................................................................................................................... 32 2AC CMR ............................................................................................................................................................... 33 2AC CMR ............................................................................................................................................................... 34 2AC Negotiation CP ................................................................................................................................................ 35 ***CONSULT NATO*** ....................................................................................................................................... 36 2AC Consult NATO ................................................................................................................................................ 36 2AC Consult NATO ................................................................................................................................................ 37 2AC Consult NATO ................................................................................................................................................ 38 2AC Consult NATO ................................................................................................................................................ 39 NATO Declining Now ............................................................................................................................................ 40 Relations Resilient ................................................................................................................................................... 41 EU Defense Turn ..................................................................................................................................................... 42 Russia Turn ............................................................................................................................................................. 43 Economy Turn ........................................................................................................................................................ 44 Heg Turn ................................................................................................................................................................. 45 ***NEG UPDATES*** .......................................................................................................................................... 46 Japan CP Text ......................................................................................................................................................... 46 START Uniqueness ................................................................................................................................................. 47 START Uniqueness—AT: Spies ............................................................................................................................. 48 1
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SDI 2010 File Category File Name ***TOPICALITY*** Topicality—Presence=Combat/Non-Combat 1. W/M – United States Forces Korea are not involved in combat activities 2. C/I - Presence includes both combat and non-combat operations – official budget planning for Iraq proves. Congressional Budget Office ( CBO ), September 20, 2007 , “The Possible Costs to the United States of Maintaining a Long-Term Military Presence in Iraq,” http://www.cbo.gov/ftpdocs/86xx/doc8641/09-20- ConradLTpresenceinIraq.pdf At the request of Senator Kent Conrad, Chairman of the Senate Committee on the Budget, the Congressional Budget Office ( CBO ) has estimated the possible costs to the United States of maintaining a long-term military presence in Iraq similar to the U.S. forces in the Republic of Korea and the Northeast Asia region. The nature and pace of operations of such a presence, if any, in Iraq for one or more decades into the future are uncertain. To accommodate a range of possibilities, CBO has projected costs under two scenarios: a “combat” scenario , which would involve rotating military units into and out of Iraq to sustain U.S. operations in a combat environment (as is now being done); and a “noncombat” scenario , which would involve stationing specific military units indefinitely at established bases in the region in a less hostile environment. If U.S. military operations in Iraq were to develop into a long-term presence, such forces could differ substantially from those assumed in either of the scenarios used in this analysis. Moreover, the two scenarios are not mutually exclusive over time: The more intensive pace of combat operations could give way to the slower pace of noncombat operations over some number of years. In any event, the ultimate costs of any long-term U.S. military presence in Iraq would depend heavily on the scale and pace of future operations.
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