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Is Climate change a threat? (All 2019)

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Is Climate change a threat? (All 2019)

Yes No one is going to be happy giving up land to fight climate change (2019).  There is no shortage of scary facts in the major new report on climate change and land, a summary of which was released today by a United Nations–led scientific panel. Chief among them: For everyone who lives on land, the planet’s dangerously warmed future is already here. Earth’s land has already warmed more than

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Should the US reduce its trade pressure on China?

This bibliography will generally help you prepare to speak and debate about issues related to the US-China trade conflict. Specifically, you may want to look for evidence and arguments related to – Should the US continue its trade pressure The US should relax its trade pressure against China A China-US  war could escalate to a military conflict The trade war should be resolved in the following way: [Insert Proposal] Should

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US economic and/or military pressure on Iran

  Pressure Bad New US-led patrols in the Persian Gulf raise the stakes with Iran (September 2, 2019). Meanwhile, Iran finds itself backed into a corner and ready for a possible conflict it had 30 years for which to prepare. It stands poised this week to further break the terms of its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, over a year after President Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew America from the

Should the US engage in military aggression in Venezuela?

10 steps for US policy on Venezuela (2019) Lindsay Graham proposes invading Venezuela (2019) Maduro’s reign will end: It’s only a matter of time (2019) Morning after Maduro in Venezuela (2019) How a political tug of war between Russia and the US could ruin Venezuela (2019) Military force will not achieve US objectives in Venezuela (5-17-19) Should America go to war in Venezuela? Let’s study the time the US invaded

Should the US commitment to NATO be reduced?

Updated: August 15, 2019 Yes Trump should have already left NATO (2019) It’s high time for Germany to fund and fix its military (2019). If present trends continue, Germany will remain far below NATO’s 2 percent defense spending benchmark in 2024, despite a decade of promises by German governments to meet this alliance objective. The little Germany has been willing to spend is simply unsustainable, and neither the Trump administration nor