Summary: This is a generic Negative brief that can be used against almost any AFF plan that tries to improve things in Africa using US foreign aid. There are so many other issues and so many other problems that the root causes of them all cannot be addressed by any foreign aid program. And those issues will defeat the solvency of any foreign aid program in the long run.
Negative will argue that devolving immigration policy to the states is unconstitutional and unworkable. It’s too easy to cross state lines once they get into the country, and that will defeat the original purpose of state-level policy. And then there are the usual disadvantages that increased immigration causes, in social costs, competition for jobs, and failure to assimilate.
The Rohingya are an ethnic and religious minority group living in a region of Myanmar (also known as Burma). Affirmative argues that resettlement in safe places, like the US, is the only workable solution to the Rohingyas’ plight, since their own country rejects them, and neighboring countries cannot care for them. This brief argues that there are other alternatives that are better and would avoid the disadvantages.
This negative brief argues that the benefits out-weigh the potential harms of supporting Honduras through means of military and security aid. This brief also argues that the US is influencing Honduras positively by promoting human rights and democracy.
This document gives counter evidence on why DACA does not need to be fixed. All cards are neatly cut and ready to be ran in a debate round.