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Whitman National Debate Institute 2010 1 ALLISON & ANJALI IRAQ NEGATIVE Policy Iraq Negative Policy Iraq Negative .............................................................................................................................................. 1 Policy Iraq Negative ........................................................................................................................... 1 Position Explanation .............................................................................................................................................. 3 Position Explanation .......................................................................................................................... 3 Inherency – Yes Withdrawal – Biden .................................................................................................................... 4 Inherency – Yes Withdrawal – Biden ............................................................................................. 4 Inherency – Yes Withdrawal ................................................................................................................................. 5 Inherency – Yes Withdrawal ............................................................................................................ 5 Terrorism – Withdrawal Terrorism ................................................................................................................... 6 Terrorism – Withdrawal Terrorism .......................................................................................... 6 Terrorism – Recruitment Low ............................................................................................................................... 7 Terrorism – Recruitment Low ......................................................................................................... 7 Terrorism – Al-Qaeda Weak .................................................................................................................................. 8 Terrorism – Al-Qaeda Weak ............................................................................................................ 8 Terrorism – No Attack ........................................................................................................................................... 9 Terrorism – No Attack ...................................................................................................................... 9 Terrorism – No Attack ......................................................................................................................................... 10 Terrorism – No Attack .................................................................................................................... 10 Terrorism – AT: Nuclear Terrorism ..................................................................................................................... 11 Terrorism – AT: Nuclear Terrorism ............................................................................................. 11 Hegemony – Yes Credibility ............................................................................................................................... 12 Hegemony – Yes Credibility ........................................................................................................... 12 Hegemony – Yes Credibility ............................................................................................................................... 13 Hegemony – Yes Credibility ........................................................................................................... 13 Hegemony – Yes Readiness ................................................................................................................................. 14 Hegemony – Yes Readiness ............................................................................................................. 14 Hegemony – Withdrawal Hurts Heg .................................................................................................................... 15 Hegemony – Withdrawal Hurts Heg ............................................................................................. 15 Hegemony – Impact Takeout ............................................................................................................................... 16 Hegemony – Impact Takeout ......................................................................................................... 16 Hegemony – Impact Takeout ............................................................................................................................... 17 Hegemony – Impact Takeout ......................................................................................................... 17 Hegemony – AT: Terrorism ................................................................................................................................. 18 Hegemony – AT: Terrorism ........................................................................................................... 18
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Whitman National Debate Institute 2010 2 ALLISON & ANJALI IRAQ NEGATIVE Iraq Stability – AT: Civil War ............................................................................................................................. 19 Iraq Stability – AT: Civil War ....................................................................................................... 19 Iraq Stability – AT: Middle East War .................................................................................................................. 20 Iraq Stability – AT: Middle East War .......................................................................................... 20 Iraq Stability – AT: Democratization ................................................................................................................... 21 Iraq Stability – AT: Democratization ........................................................................................... 21 Iraq Instability – AT: Democratization – Unstable ............................................................................................... 22 Iraq Instability – AT: Democratization – Unstable .................................................................... 22
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Whitman National Debate Institute 2010 3 ALLISON & ANJALI IRAQ NEGATIVE Position Explanation This is the case neg to the policy Iraq aff. It consists primarily of impact defense to the different advantages, but also contains defense to most other parts of the scenarios. Oddly enough, one of the strongest arguments against this affirmative is inherency. If the negative can win that the withdrawal will be on time now, then the status quo solves the aff. The answers to terrorism are primarily attacking the notion that al-qaeda will launch a large, mostly nuclear, attack. To answer hegemony, this file mostly says that heg is doing fine despite the Iraq war. There are, however, a couple of cards that link turn the advantage. Finally, the Iraq stability section focuses primarily on internal link and impact defense about why the conflict wont escalate.
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Whitman National Debate Institute 2010 4 ALLISON & ANJALI IRAQ NEGATIVE Inherency – Yes Withdrawal – Biden ( ) Withdrawal will be on time – Biden says. Scott Wilson, Washington Post, May 10, 2010, http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp- dyn/content/article/2010/05/26/AR2010052605349.html President Obama called Iraq his predecessor's war of choice. Now it is his war to exit -- and quickly.
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