Debate: International military intervention in Darfur
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- Debate: Intervention to prevent failed states
- Debate: Foreign intervention in African affairs
- Debate: Foreign military intervention in Chechnya
- Argument: Sudan's air-force would be a formidable threat to any intervening force
- Argument: The violence in Darfur is "genocide"
- Argument: There is insufficient political will for military intervention in Darfur
- Argument: Military success in Darfur is doubtful
- Argument: NATO should intervene militarily in Darfur
- Argument: Darfur crisis is not a threat to international security
- Argument: Preventing genocide in Darfur takes US away from stopping genocide in Iraq
- Argument: US and NATO humanitarian military interventions bring atrocities
- Argument: A Western intervention in Darfur would result in a jihadist insurgency there
- Argument: Military intervention in Darfur would worsen jihadi anti-Americanism
- Debate: Did "genocide" occur in Darfur?
- Debate: Non-interventionism
- Debate: Value of the United Nations
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- Debate: Prosecuting Sudan President Omar al-Bashir for war crimes