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About "Sanctions on Sudan"
The affirmative argues for removing Sudan from the State Sponsors of Terrorism list and revoking all remaining sanctions on Sudan. In response, this neg brief argues that the plan isn’t topical, isn’t needed, wouldn’t definitively solve, and would result in disadvantages. The most developed sections of this brief are inherency and DAs.
There’s a good reason the plan hasn’t already been done: there’s a long legal process that must take place before Sudan can be removed from the SST list. And Sudan hasn’t made enough progress on the sanctions criteria, continues to grossly violate human rights, and the U.S. would simply be giving up negotiating power to improve the situation. Combine this with a few of the other arguments, and you can make a strong case against lifting all sanctions on Sudan.
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