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Case List

This is a list of cases that will be run by teams at upcoming tournaments.

Maine East Novice
Plan: The United States Federal Government should remove its tactical nuclear weapons from Turkey
Advantages: Iranian Proliferation, Terrorism (stealing TNWs) and possibly nuclear firebreak


GBS Novice
Plan: The United States federal government should substantially reduce its counterinsurgency forces commanded by Gen. David Petraeus
Advantages: Heg (with just overstretch and credibility/resolve as the internal links) and Afghan Instability


New Trier Novice
Plan: The United States federal government should withdraw its military presence dedicated to the counterinsurgency mission in Afghanistan.
Advantages: Hegemony with an overstretch scenario and Instability with a tribal government scenario


Homewood Flossmor Novice
Plan: The United States federal government should substantially decrease its substantially reduce its military presence assigned to counterinsurgency operations in Afghanistan.
Advantages will be Afghan/Pakistani Stability (terminal impact = Robock evidence) and Hegemony (terminal impact = Thayer evidence).


OPRF Novice
Plan: The United States federal government should withdraw a substantial number of deployed active forces from South Korea.
Advantages: Korean War and Japan Hegemony Good


GBN Novice
Plan: The United States federal government should implement a phased withdrawal of its military presence in the Republic of Korea.
Advantages: Korean War and Regionalism
 

Niles North Novice
Plan: The United States federal government will implement a total withdrawal of United States military forces from the Okinawa Prefecture of Japan. We reserve the right to clarify.
Advantages: Regional Security and Environmental Destruction


Pace AC
Plan: South Korea
Advantages: ???


Bishup Guertin
Plan: The Executive Branch of the United States Federal Government should eliminate all of its MQ-1 Predator drones in the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.
Advantages: Afghan/Pakistan Instability and Terrorism
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