We have added reparations neg files for our L-D subscribers. Visit our LD page and click on the “Development” folder.
We have a number of new resources available for the November-December LD topic. A post on arguments run at Blue Key. Blue key used the November-December LD topic. You can find a quick overview of arguments here. An updated annotated bibliography. Work on your own research by consulting this bibliography. An updated topic essay. Read it here. The majority of the new updates are in A- Development Assistance File Number Two
Affirmative cases Aid supports state agency and self-interest https://hsld.debatecoaches.org/American+Heritage+Plantation/Gillespie+Aff Aid supports freedom/Kant https://hsld.debatecoaches.org/American+Heritage+Plantation/Gillespie+Aff Education/Women’s Education https://hsld.debatecoaches.org/Lake+Highland/Wu+Aff Geoengineering Cyber Security – https://hsld.debatecoaches.org/Lake+Highland/Wu+Aff Thus the plan: Wealthy nations will provide cyber security capacity building development assistance to other nations, Muller 15’ Lilly Pijnenburg Muller is a Junior Research Fellow in the security and defence group at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs. Her research focus is on cybersecurity and cyber capacity building,
In preparing a presentation on the differences and similarities between PF and LD for those who have competed in PF and are considering LD, I came up with the following. Differences 1 on 1 vs. 2 on 2. This is the simple distinction. LD is the only (I believe) debate event where one person debates one person. Speaking time. A PF debate lasts approximately the same time
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General Angus Deaton on foreign aid and inequality. In the first half of this interview, Deaton argues that while he supports health aid that most foreign aid supports corrupt governments and that it is difficult to distribute it in a way that does not support that corruption. US Foreign aid: A waste of money or a boost for foreign stability. This newspaper article reviews the main arguments for and against foreign
As I mentioned in the introductory essay, “wealthy nations” is hard to define, but I included some additional evidence here Wealth is the abundance of valuable possessions Google definitions, no date, https://www.google.com/search?source=hp&q=define%3A+wealth&oq=define%3A+wealth&gs_l=psy-ab.3..35i39k1j0i67k1j0j0i20i263k1j0l6.1527.4387.0.48220.127.116.11.0.0.0.158.1649.10j7.17.0….0…1.1.64.psy-ab..1.20.1663.0..0i131k1j0i20i264k1j0i10k1j0i3k1.0.O_7SktXFKak an abundance of valuable possessions or money. “he used his wealth to bribe officials” synonyms: affluence, prosperity, riches, means, substance, fortune; More the state of being rich; material prosperity. “some people buy boats and cars to display their
Terms Wealthy nations. Wealthy nations is not a term of art, but rather refers to a set of countries that have accumulated a significant amount of financial wealth. This National Public Radio piece lists thirty “wealthy” countries and ranks them by the total amount of aid they have distributed. One thing that Negative debaters will need to check against is any attempt by the Affirmative to argue that one (or 2+) of
Access our 200+ page Fall UIL LD file at our LD site — here. Access to the cards below are free with registration Universal health care includes eight elements and norms Paul Olson, 2012, PhD, MDiv, Moral Arguments for Universal Health Care, Kindle edition, page number at end of card This book is about ethics and health care reform. More precisely, my aim is to provide several arguments derived from