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Unformatted text preview: UNT ‘10 [Targeted Killings 2AC Blocks] 2AC B LOCKS !!! UNT [Marcel] 1 ***2AC C ASE *** UNT ‘10 [Targeted Killings 2AC Blocks] *DRONES BAD* UNT [Marcel] 3 2AC – D RONES B AD – A2: I NSTABILITY G OOD (K URDS ) 1AC Gompert evidence indicates Kurds are working with Sunni and Shia to prevent any risk of corruption within the political process. And the political process is stable amongst factional groups Gompert M.A. in Public Affairs - Et Al 2010 ( David C., Terrence K. Kelly, Jessica Watkins. Senior Fellows for Rand, David Gompert has an MA from Princeton University, served as Vice President of RAND and Director of the National Defense Research Institute. Terrence Kelly is a senior researcher at RAND with a M.A in strategic studies and Ph.D in mathematics. Jessica Watkins is a doctoral student in War Studies at the ICSR, BA in Oriental Studies. “Security in Iraq - A Framework for Analyzing Emerging Threats as U.S. Forces Leave” Accessed from the RAND Corporation URL - http://www.rand.org/pubs/monographs/2010/RAND_MG911.pdf ) MFR As already noted , this cycle began to break when jihadi terror against fellow Sunnis produced a backlash, leading Sunni insurgents to turn against their erstwhile extremist collaborators . At the same time , a change of leadership at the MoI ended the activities of para- official Shi’a death squads, and JAM was ordered by Muqtada al-Sadr to cease fire. Three years on, the main groups —Sunni, Shi’a, and Kurd— have settled into a n uneasy political order and eschewed large-scale violence , as shown in Figure 2.3. These groups command far greater political support , resources, and fighting capabilities than the Sunni and Shi’a extremists that persist outside the core . Although extrem- ists still depend on violence, they have , it appears , lost their ability to foment fighting by and among the main groups. This has reduced violence, brought a semblance of order, permitted political progress, and strengthened government . It has also improved the safety, well-being, and outlook of most ordinary (and war-weary) Iraqis—a factor that favors continued moderation and stability. Additionally the Turkish offensive is now AP 6/16/10 ( http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/breaking/2010/0616/breaking52.html ) MFR Turkey has sent hundreds of elite soldiers across the border into northern Iraq to chase a group of Kurdish guerrillas escaping after a failed attack on a Turkish unit near the border. The soldiers killed four rebels, the military said, and it did not report any of its own casualtiesescaping after a failed attack on a Turkish unit near the border....
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