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PSC 434: American Foreign Policy (Dr. Nicoletti)

overview of American Foreign Policy, resources for assigned debate topics of nuclear proliferation, economic globalization, military intervention, national security surveillance and tips on preparing for a debate.

Preparing for a Debate

"A debate is much more than a few people arguing about something.  It is an opportunity for intelligent people who have informed themselves on an issue to exchange ideas and formulate arguments regarding an important policy or decision."

For tips on preparing for a debate, see:  http://www5.wittenberg.edu/sites/default/files/media/occ/forms/debate.pdf

StepsInTheResearchProcess

Oral Communication Center, Preparing for a Debate.  Wittenberg University, Retrieved February 6, 2014.

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