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About "Life Sanctions Sudan"
In the 1990s, President Bill Clinton imposed sanctions on Sudan and placed the country on the U.S. State Sponsors of Terrorism (SST) list, due to suspicions of the Sudanese government sponsoring international terrorism and harboring Osama bin Laden. In 2017, the Obama administration temporarily and the Trump administration permanently lifted most of the sanctions against Sudan. However, some are still in effect, and Sudan remains on the SST list despite their efforts to be taken off. This case argues that the reasons America enacted these sanctions in the first place no longer exist, and it would be more beneficial both for America and for Sudan’s citizens if we revoked the sanctions and SST designation.
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Kirstin competed in NCFCA in eight speech categories, as well as both Lincoln-Douglas and Policy debate. She ranked in the top 4 at Nationals in three speech events and advanced to debate finals at five tournaments, three of which she won. Her favorite accomplishment was receiving first place at Nationals her senior year in Impromptu. Kirstin is currently a student at Wheaton College majoring in music and enjoys running her own calligraphy business on the side.