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More funding for the battle against malaria is a potentially powerful case topic. The NEG strategy centers on the links in the second DA; win those and you can win the round. You emphasize the fact that the AFF plan is a unilateral effort to fight malaria – a noble goal with some drawbacks. Those drawbacks exist because the U.S. is not able to fight the disease alone. Both local and global knowledge will be required to fight it correctly. If the AFF argues that international funding is down, turn it for your DA link.
The drawbacks are highlighted with solvency arguments. Insecticide and antibiotic resistance both plague our ability to fight malaria. Without coordination, the AFF has the chance to make the current problems worse without solving the core problem. Black markets and resistance could increase.
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