Status Quo policy on US food aid to foreign countries requires at least 50% of the food to be delivered on US-flagged vessels. Because of the cost, the numerous harms and the delays this policy creates, this case argues that this rule should be repealed.
This Monument Members release gives the opposing side of the EB-5 issues by considering a load of disadvantages.
This Negative brief argues that Pakistan doesn’t need military aid. Far from helping the US in the war on terrorism and the conflict in Afghanistan, Pakistan is actually helping the bad guys. If the US really wants to fight terrorism, reducing aid to Pakistan will surely help.
This 2A Evidence is an extension of the policy debate case Show Me The Money: The Case For EB-5.
This case argues that the EB-5 visa pilot program was never supposed to be a long term solution and therefore should be replaced.