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About "Nuclear Terrorism"
Nuclear terror, Hollywood’s favorite doomsday scenario. Affirmatives may argue that this form of terror is knocking at the world’s door, but fortunately, it’s not as big of a deal as they will crack it up to be. Terrorists aren’t exactly anyone’s “friends,” and because of that, no government is very keen to donate to their cause. No matter if they try to sabotage, steal, or build a nuclear weapon of their own, terrorists are as good as foiled. As the Cato Institute put it, alarm and hysteria are hardly called for.
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Greyson Goebel is a classically educated student entering his third and final year of competitive speech & debate with the national league, Stoa. He has enjoyed success in both policy and parliamentary debate, in addition to multiple speech events earning several first place and numerous top three awards along the way. Debate introduced him to policy research, a topic he now loves and treats as an opportunity to let his organizational OCD shine. In his spare time, Greyson enjoys nerding out over Star Wars, jamming out to twenty one pilots, and hanging out with friends.