Released: Filed Under: NCFCA Lincoln-Douglas
Because the ethics of preventive war revolve around situational ethics, we have to settle a few questions before we can really debate in a clear and informed manner. First and foremost, we have to decide whether preventive war is ethical all the time, none of the time, or some of the time. Once you’ve answered this question, you can decide on a strategy based on the answer you adopt. This Strategy Overview will walk through some of the general strategies debaters can use, depending on how they want to approach the resolution.
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