January 2020 NSDA Public Forum: Venezuela Sanctions
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The resolution, released by the National Speech and Debate Association on December 1, 2019, is:
sanctions against Venezuela.
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Venezuela Sanctions Index
- MUST SEE SANCTIONS AS DISTINCT FROM EMBARGOES AND BLOCKADES
- END SANCTIONS: VENEZUELA FACING MASSIVE HUMANITARIAN CRISIS
- END SANCTIONS: FOOD IS SCARCE
- END SANCTIONS: VENEZUELAN HEALTH SYSTEM IN TOTAL COLLAPSE
- END SANCTIONS: VENEZUELAN CRISIS IS TURNING INTO A REFUGEE CRISIS
- END SANCTIONS: SANCTIONS HARMING ORDINARY VENEZUELANS
- END SANCTIONS: SANCTIONS CAN’T/WON’T WORK
- END SANCTIONS: SANCTIONS AREN’T HELPING VENEZUELA DEAL WITH ITS OWN PROBLEM
- END SANCTIONS: SANCTIONS VIOLATE INTERNATIONAL LAW
- END SANCTIONS: COERCIVE SANCTIONS END OUR MULTILATERAL SYSTEM
- END SANCTIONS: SANCTIONS VIOLATE US LAW
- END SANCTIONS: LATEST SANCTIONS WILL BRING THE WORST IMPACTS
- END SANCTIONS: EVEN IF NOT THE CAUSE, THE SANCTIONS ARE AGGRAVATING THE CRISIS
- END SANCTIONS: MADURO ELECTION WAS FAIR
- END SANCTIONS: WE SHOULD NOT USE ECONOMIC COERCION
- END SANCTIONS: COERCIVE ECONOMIC POLICIES VIOLATE SOVEREIGNTY
- A/T: US PROVIDING AID TO VENEZUELA
- A/T: CERP REPORT BAD
- A/T: VENEZUELA IS A DICTATORSHIP
- A/T: MADURO IS TO BLAME FOR CRISIS
- A/T: SANCTIONS EXEMPT INTERNATIONAL AID
- KEEP SANCTIONS: SANCTIONS ARE EFFECTIVE
- KEEP SANCTIONS: MADURO INCREASINGLY AUTOCRATIC
- KEEP SANCTIONS: SANCTIONS ARE THE BEST WAY FOR THE US TO EXPRESS OUR DISAPPROVAL
- KEEP SANCTIONS: VENEZUELA CAN END SANCTIONS BY MINDING THEIR OWN CONSTITUTION
- KEEP SANCTIONS: SANCTIONS EXEMPT HUMANITARIAN AID
- KEEP SANCTIONS: HUMANITARIAN CRISIS PRECEDED SANCTIONS
- KEEP SANCTIONS: FINANCIAL CRISIS PRECEDED US SANCTIONS
- KEEP SANCTIONS: US WILL PROVIDE SUBSTANTIAL AID AS SOON AS MADURO STEPS DOWN
- KEEP SANCTIONS: NO EVIDENCE THAT SANCTIONS ARE HURTING ORDINARY VENEZUELANS
- KEEP SANCTIONS: MADURO IS THE CAUSE OF AID NOT REACHING HIS PEOPLE
- KEEP SANCTIONS: MADURO ISN’T EVEN ALLOW DATA TO BE REPORTED ON THE HUMANITARIAN CRISIS
- KEEP SANCTIONS: MOST SANCTIONS AIMED AT CORRUPT INDIVIDUALS
- KEEP SANCTIONS: SANCTIONS DIDN’T CAUSE THE FINANCIAL CRISIS
- KEEP SANCTIONS: SANCTIONS DIDN’T IMPACT TRADE AS MUCH AS REPORTED
- KEEP SANCTIONS: MADURO ELECTION WAS A SHAM
- KEEP SANCTIONS: LIFTING SANCTIONS DOES NOTHING FOR THE HUMANITARIAN CRISIS
- KEEP SANCTIONS: LIFTING SANCTIONS SUPPORTS A SHAM ELECTION
- ALTERNATIVE: UN MUST LEAD ANY HUMANITARIAN EFFORTS
- ALTERNATIVE: OIL-FOR-FOOD SCHEME
- ALTERNATIVE: WE SHOULD DISTRIBUTE AID DIRECTLY TO THE PEOPLE
- ALTERNATIVES: DIRECT AID TO NGOs
- ALTERNATIVE: CREATE MICROFINANCING SYSTEM AIMED AT LOCAL PEOPLE
- ALTERNATIVE: MAKE SANCTIONS MULTILATERAL
- ALTERNATIVE: FOCUS SANCTIONS ON MADURO’S CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES
- A/T: WEISBROT/SACHS REPORT
- A/T: VENEZUELAN PEOPLE BLAME THE US FOR THE CRISIS