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Public Forum Debate is a two-vs-two debate format, used by the National Forensic League (NFL), that focuses on current issues and events. A Public Forum topic is stated as a resolution. For example, Resolved: That Russia has become a threat to U.S. interests.

Public Forum Debate Topics

Below is a list of current Public Forum topics. For a complete list of Public Forum Debate Topic pages, view Category:Public Forum Debate Topics.

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A complete list of Debatepedia articles related to this topic can be found at Category:Public Forum Debate.
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