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Answers to: Military Bases Increase Sexual Violence

Answers to: Military Bases Increase Sexual Violence

Turn — We prevent war. Absent increased NATO commitments, Russian forces will invade the Baltics and put their troops there, triggering every impact they read. And war itself results in rape: Encyclopedia Brittanica, https://www.britannica.com/topic/rape-crime/Rape-as-a-weapon-of-war The rape of women by soldiers during wartime has occurred throughout history. Indeed, rape was long considered an unfortunate but inevitable accompaniment of war—the result of the prolonged sexual deprivation of troops and insufficient military discipline.

Russia Aggression Answers

Uniqueness Answers — 1.    On Uniqueness. Russia won’t invade the Baltics in the status quo. Three warrants. a.    First, Bandow 16 of CATO finds that historical Russia intervention is based on a strategic calculus by Putin making an intervention in the Baltics unlikely. Russia intervened in Georgia to minimize the threat of anti-Russian president Saakashvil in 2008. Russia intervened in Ukraine due to historical and cultural ties as well as

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(Bib & Evidence) The North Atlantic Treaty Organization should substantially increase its defense commitments to the Baltic states.

Websites DebateUS! Daily Updates Baltic Security Foundation Carnegie Russia National Interest Baltics U.S. Policy US security cooperation with the Baltic states (2021). This article outlines the security assistance the US currently provides to the Baltic states. The reset of US-European relations and the Baltic states (2021). This article argues strong US-European relations are important to the credibility of European security commitments to the Baltics. It also generally discusses those endeavors.