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Resolved: The NSA should end its surveillance of U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents (Bibliography)

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Resolved: The NSA should end its surveillance of U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents (Bibliography)

Background — History Mass surveillance in the US (wikipedia). This Wikipedia post generally covers the history of surveillance in the US. Background — General The Future of US Foreign Intelligence Surveillance (2020). Although the focus of the article is on foreign surveillance, it discusses how US citizens are caught up in that surveillance. NSA Surveillance (2020).. Although it has a Pro bent, this article offers an excellent overview of NSA

Consolidated No First Use Resources

University of Kentucky’s No First Use introduction No First Use Class Key vocabulary and definitions., No First Use bibliography, including key readings No First Use VARSITY demonstration debate Answers to the Korean nuclearization contention read in the debate. EvidenceFree Daily Updates, with Registration We also have hundreds of blocked cards available to our subscribers ($20/individual student, $100/school (schools can add up to 100 users)

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Answers to: NFU Leads to North Korean Denuclearization

In the demonstration debate, the Pro team argued that US adoption of NFU would result in North Korean denuclearization and they claimed multiple advantages from such denuclearization. While there are many benefits to North Korea denuclearizing, it is unlikely to result from a US NFU pledge. If I were debating, how would I tackle this argument? First, I would challenge their evidence that says a US NFU pledge would result

Accidental War Evidence

The nonproliferation regime isn’t close to dead. The Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) just went into force Hawkins, 10-24, 20, Dimity Hawkins AM is a PhD candidate at Swinburne University researching nuclear weapons testing in the Pacific. She is a co-founder of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (Ican), which won the 2017 Nobel peace prize, The Guardian, Now that nuclear weapons are illegal, the Pacific demands truth on

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Resolved: The United States should adopt a declaratory nuclear policy of no first use (Nuclear Weapons Vocabulary)

Register for free access to this page. “No first use” is a phrase that means a nation pledges not to be the first one to employ such weapons in a conflict.  (Glossary of Nuclear Terms) Accidental war. An accidental war is a war that starts on accident. For example, the US may mistake a flock of geese for incoming Russian nuclear missiles and return fire. Allies.  Allies are countries that

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Resolved: The United States should adopt a declaratory nuclear policy of no first use (bibliography)

Amisha’s reading list — key articles This reading list has key articles that can be used to understand the core arguments in the debate. “No First Use” and Nuclear Weapons This article is a good review of US First Use declaratory policy and the pros and cons Pro — The Overwhelming Case for No First Use.  This is a great 2020 article that makes a strong case for No First Use Pro

Answers to: Medicare For All Means Trump Victory

This content is available to subscribers. One, Trump will win the swing states now NBC News, 9-11, 20, https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/2020-election/democrats-are-nervous-about-trump-s-persisting-edge-over-biden-n1239807 Except one — and it’s a big one: Americans in battleground states still trust Trump over Biden on the economy, which often tops the list of decisive issues for voters. The president’s edge on the economy has begun to worry some allies of Biden, who say he needs to do more

Health Care for the Disabled Contention Answers

Medicare for All means rationing Institute for Policy Innovation, March 27, 2019, https://www.ipi.org/ipi_issues/article_detail.asp?name=what-medicare-for-all-supporters-wont-tell-you, What Medicare-for-All Supporters Won’t Tell You All government-run health care programs ration care. Some rationing is subtle, some is blatant. But they all do it. When the government pays for health care, it must compete against other claims on government funding, such as welfare, defense and education. As a result, there is never enough money to go