1. WW1 and 2 -economic low-times created German aggression - mead refeces history , "Think of Weimar Germany, when both Nazi and communist politicians blamed the West for Germany’s economic travails."" If financial crises have been a normal part of life during the 300-year rise of the liberal capitalist system under the Anglophone powers, so has war. The wars of the League of Augsburg and the Spanish Succession; the Seven Years War; the American Revolution; the Napoleonic Wars; the two World Wars; the cold war: The list of wars is almost as long as the list of financial crises" "Europe was a pretty peaceful place in 1928, but the Depression poisoned German public opinion and helped bring Adolf Hitler to power"
2. we access global economic decline because the market isn't isolated. The US economy affects all other economies, mead also references how china is dependent on the U.S. econ, also if coutries believe that the U.S. was indifferent to their well being
3. we can still access the Mead warrants because US economic collapse would still tank US-China relations, change international perception of US power, etc... and our evidence assumes the decline, and the U.S. econ hasn't crashed, it's in decline, savner is assumptive of decline not crash
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1. the card says "the threat of global terrorist organizations acquiring or developing [weapons of mass destruction] and using them against our homeland and interests abroad remains dangerously real,", and and the study was conducted by the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States.
2. biomedical research won't cure all diseases, but it will adapt to dangerous pathogens as they mutate
3. terrorists could attack us with a variety of diseases, prominent examples being smallpox, anthrax, mutated AIDS, flu, ebola
4. Chris will take this
1. other countries are developing and will develop nanoweapons, and if we don't ensure development is co-operative there will be arms races
2. other countries will develop nanoweapons the same way we will: R&D, innovation, private investors, government labs, etc...
depends on the country and the conditions for development
1. the afghan impact is still unique: afghanistan has been relatively stable, conflict outbreaks are decreasing and the surge was effective. Now that we're giving back the country, they need an effective judiciary to maintain that stability
1. Dispute - Lustberg and Hafetz is talking about freedom of non-profits and lawyers to advocate what they want- it is referencing the program integrety regulation on the LSc , the I/L to the media and general speech is that non-profits and NGO's are key. Lustberg and Hafetz says "these institutions [referring to third sector] perform functions that are central to the First Amendment and to a vibrant democratic society"
2. the propensity for war is growing but not extremely high-
Obama is being diplomatic trying to grow the relations Bush fucked up but we're in the middle ground
the plaintiffs were Legal Services of Oregon
we increase legal services = SS