This is one of the quarterfinal debates held that the annual Yale Intervarsity debating competition on their campus in New Haven, Connecticut.
This house believes the world should prefer a nuclear armed Iran to a preemptive US military strike.
Opening Government: Loyola Marymount University/Boston College Swing
Opening Opposition: The University of Vermont
Closing Government: Brown University
Closing Opposition: Stanford University
The debate lasts about an hour. None of the speakers are representing positions they actually believe. In a debate competition, positions are assigned to the speakers at random. Please do not conflate the arguments made by individuals in this video with their real-world opinions on the matters discussed.
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THW not allow strikes in essential services such as education and medical care.
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This debate is the quarterfinal round at the 2012 Binghamton University tournament.
This house believes that the media should spend significantly less time covering gun violence incidents.
The teams in the debate are
Opening Government: Colgate University
Opening Opposition: Cornell University
Closing Government: Cornell University
Closing Opposition: The University of Vermont
The debate is in the British Parliamentary format, and the participants were assigned the positions they represent. They are not necessarily endorsing views they personally hold. This debate is part of a competition.