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Not a huge fan of economics? Then this case is for you. It avoids looking at the resolution through an economic lens and instead considers the international political implications of fair trade versus free trade. The main argument is that when governments prioritize free trade over fair trade, it leads to more peaceful international relations. This is why the value this case argues for is peace. Peace is the ultimate, foundational value that governments have a duty to promote. Defending this value is critical since both contentions and all the applications center around promoting international peace.
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