Released: Filed Under: NCFCA Policy
About "Military Aid in Somalia – Good"
The Affirmative case is to cut military aid and intervention for anti-terrorism efforts in Somalia. This Negative brief argues that our military strategy in Somalia works. Current policies are reducing terrorism and stabilizing the country. The last time we disengaged from Somalia (mid-1990’s after “Black Hawk Down”), disaster followed, and we don’t want to make that mistake again. US involvement is key to maintaining the positive momentum of the Status Quo.
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Anna Baker competed in speech and debate for six years before graduating. She also enjoyed competing at the national level. She loved researching cases and thinking critically on impactful topics of the day.