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National Forensic League Policy Debate 2004 - 2005


Resolved: That the United States federal government should establish a foreign policy substantially increasing its support of United Nations peacekeeping operations.

This collection of articles is designed to help you reach the highest levels of success in policy debate. Need evidence supporting your hegemony disadvantage? Looking for a new case idea? Searching for answers to your rival’s case? The World & I has it all in this collection of articles. Articles are organized by region to make finding the best cards even easier.

The issue of how the United States should be involved in the world is an important question. The United States has the power to act unilaterally, but is this the wisest option? This resolution hopes to determine whether the United Nations is a better forum for international involvement. Important areas of discussion include peacekeeping operations in the Middle East, India and Pakistan, the Balkans, and Africa. These articles will help you develop strategies for addressing all of these issues and more.


Middle East
 
Water Resource Conflicts in the Middle East
The next major conflict in the Middle East may not be over oil. A look at several scenarios for conflict.

President Bush's Peace Plan
Opinions about Bush’s criticisms of Palestinian leaders and the consequences for the peace process.

Democracy in Palestine?
The author examines the prospects for reform and democracy in Palestine.

The Israeli-Palestinian Quagmire
The author provides some background on Israel and the UN involvement in Israeli-Arab conflicts. The possible creation of a Palestinian state as well as Israel’s conflicts with Syria are considered.

The Shoe Is on the Other Foot
This article explains U.S., Russian, and European opinions about Israel. It also discusses concerns that other countries will not side with the United States because of its support for Israel.

President Bush's Mideast Summits
A collection addressing Bush’s goals in the peace process as well as steps that must be taken to ensure a lasting peace.


 
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