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September-October PF Topic Analysis: The Korean Penninsula, Warheads and Missiles, Missile Defense

June 25, 2017
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Cayman Giordano     Millennial Speech & Debate Institutes   Millennial Online Summer Program  All Korea Resources Join us on Facebook Live for a Topic Lecture by Stefan Bauschard & Brian Manuel on Tuesday, June 27th @ 2pm! OPTION 1 – Resolved: Continued nuclear weapon development and missile testing are in North Korea’s best interest. OPTION…

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NSDA 2017 PF — Problems with Counterterrorism

May 30, 2017
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Note — You can read this full essay for free with website registration. All nationals Public Forum Resources There are a number of reasons that prioritizing counterterrorism is problematic. One, it doesn’t solve the underlying conditions that produce the terrorism/insecurity in the first place.  Two, many of the countries that receive the assistance do not…

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Resolved: A just government ought to prioritize civil liberties over national security (Introduction and Affirmative)

May 3, 2017
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All relevant files Introduction The NSDA Lincoln-Douglas resolution addresses one of the most important questions of our time – should we prioritize national security or civil liberties? It’s a topic we’ve been debating since September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and it is a topic that we will continue to debate as long as the global…

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(Bibliography): US Law should make it illegal to publish classified information concerning the intelligence activities of the United States.

April 20, 2017
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Essay Bibliography — Should Prosecute Media that Publish Leaks Has the New York Times Violated the Espionage Act?  This 2006 article lays out a strong case for punishing those who published classified materials.  It is also a great read because it details the history of the controversy related to punishing those who published leaked materials….

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