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Does anyone have a link to evidence or a card which states that america can still maintain its global primacy even when working through the UN or various agencies?

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Does anyone have a link to evidence or a card which states that america can still maintain its global primacy even when working through the UN or various agencies?

 

Do you ever use Google?

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Does anyone have a link to evidence or a card which states that america can still maintain its global primacy even when working through the UN or various agencies?

 

Yeah dude, weren't you there when they handed those cards out?

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I find it amusing that you yell at teammates who troll. And then you provide nothing of value to the site yourself.

 

Kids.

 

Yeah, I don't give away multilat solves heg cards. I guess that's how value is measured.

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Google + 30 Seconds = Lit Base:

 

 

http://www.swp-berlin.org/fileadmin/contents/products/comments/2008C23_rdf_ks.pdf

 

There's a card in here from last year too-- i didn't read it, but the one that mentions the UN could be useful:

 

http://www.urbandebate.org/resources/argkit/2010/pdf/Primacy%20Disadvantage%20-%20Experienced.pdf

 

 

http://bostonreview.net/BR30.1/walt.php

 

This article talks specifically about multilateralism and cooperation with international bodies has been the lynchpin of USA primacy in the post WW2 era

 

http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/bpl/inta/2008/00000084/00000006/art00011

 

 

 

Cut the cards yourself. You'll know them better and won't sound stupid when you read them or get questioned on them.

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Google + 30 Seconds = Lit Base:

 

 

http://www.swp-berli...8C23_rdf_ks.pdf

 

There's a card in here from last year too-- i didn't read it, but the one that mentions the UN could be useful:

 

http://www.urbandeba...Experienced.pdf

 

 

http://bostonreview....BR30.1/walt.php

 

This article talks specifically about multilateralism and cooperation with international bodies has been the lynchpin of USA primacy in the post WW2 era

 

http://www.ingentaco...000006/art00011

 

 

 

Cut the cards yourself. You'll know them better and won't sound stupid when you read them or get questioned on them.

 

Exactly. This is what I'm saying.

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Google + 30 Seconds = Lit Base:

 

http://www.swp-berli...8C23_rdf_ks.pdf

 

There's a card in here from last year too-- i didn't read it, but the one that mentions the UN could be useful:

 

http://www.urbandeba...Experienced.pdf

 

 

http://bostonreview....BR30.1/walt.php

 

This article talks specifically about multilateralism and cooperation with international bodies has been the lynchpin of USA primacy in the post WW2 era

 

http://www.ingentaco...000006/art00011

 

 

 

Cut the cards yourself. You'll know them better and won't sound stupid when you read them or get questioned on them.

Exactly. This is what I'm saying.

 

The difference is, TejaVepa provided some substantive help along with saying to google it.

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I didn't check those out....but also:

 

Ikenbery seems like a good starting place.

 

Both he and Nye right multilateralism good cards like it was their job. And if you are running multi-lat as an advantage...you should definitely investigate their writings.

 

Both also write the economy, terrorism, and hege cards which are clutch to access the other sides impacts. One other source to check out is the Policy Review, Shake and Baker or Becker article that the University of Georgia rode I believe to deep in the NDT elims (perhaps finals or semi finals on the multi-lateralism/treaties topic). I wouldn't doubt they were reading Nye and Ikenberry as well.

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Both he and Nye right multilateralism good cards like it was their job.

 

 

 

1. That's because it quite literally IS their job.

 

2. right is not the right write

3. #2 doesn't really make semantic sense when it's written... weird.

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