2016-2017: U.S/China Engagement

Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially increase its economic and/or diplomatic engagement with the People’s Republic of China.

Topic Resources:

• Washing Machines and China Trade Policy

• U.S./China Natural Gas Trade for Cleaner Skies

• Chinese Firms Floating Steel and Aluminum to U.S. Ports

• The U.S./China Trade Debate and Populist Backlash

• The “Thucydides Trap” and US/China Trade War

• Engaging China’s Cities and Consumers

• China’s Mismanaged Currency

• Who Cares About China Trade Policy? (Just debaters and special interests)

• Reforming US/China Antidumping and Countervailing Duties Regulations

• China Trade: Hollowing Out or Filling In the U.S. Economy?

• Debate Central on February 2013 Public Forum Topic: “Resolved: On balance, the rise of China is beneficial to the interests of the United States.”  And Part II (con).

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2013-2014 Economic Engagement with Latin America Topic Resources

Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially increase its economic engagement toward Cuba, Mexico, or Venezuela.

 

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