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Plan The United States Federal Government should substantially increase its technical assistance aimed at capacity building

g for government institutions in Yemen. Contention 1 Solvency Technical assistance aimed at capacity building creates an effective procurement policy for Yemen OECD 10 (OECD Joint Learning Study, The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development is a unique forum where the governments of market democracies work together to address the economic, social, environmental and governance challenges of globalisation and development. The provides a setting where governments can compare policy experiences, seek answers to common problems, identify good practices and work to co-ordinate domestic and international policies. The European Commission takes part in the work of the OECD, Enhancing Integrity in Public Procurement in Yemen, http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/32/9/45916397.pdf, September 2, 2010, LEQ)
1.2. Decentralisation, Poverty Reduction in decentralisation and procurement.

This training spills over into the economic sector establishes a stable financial environment for Yemen OECD 10 (OECD Joint Learning Study, The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development is a unique forum where the governments of market democracies work together to address the economic, social, environmental and governance challenges of globalisation and development. The provides a setting where governments can compare policy experiences, seek answers to common problems, identify good practices and work to co-ordinate domestic and international policies. The European Commission takes part in the work of the OECD, Enhancing Integrity in Public Procurement in Yemen, http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/32/9/45916397.pdf, September 2, 2010, LEQ)
Invite representatives of the useful areas of collaboration.

Contention 2 Terror A shift toward an economic development model of counter-terrorism solves global Al-Qaeda activity spills over Task Force Report 11 (University Of Washington | Henry M. Jackson School Of International Studies, Countering Al-Qaedas Ideology: Re-Assessing U.S. Policy Ten Years After 9/11, https://digital.lib.washington.edu/researchworks/bitstream/handle/1773/16495/Task%20Force %20O%202011.pdf?sequence=1, 2011, LEQ) The United States must reposition the fight against al-Qaeda. A successful Yemen policy would become a new litmus test for all other operations- eliminating the image of a strict military focus is key Mitchell 11 (Robert E. Mitchell earned degrees from the University of Michigan, Harvard's China Area Program, and Columbia (Sociology), has been an academic in the US and overseas, a Foreign Service Officer with USAID (including a tour in Yemen in the late 1980s), consultant on various international challenges, and published widely on a variety of topics (most recently in MIT's Journal of Interdisciplinary History). He is retired, living in Brookline, Massachusetts and an active leader and member in Harvard's Institute for Learning in Retirement, Yemen: Testing a New Coordinated Approach to Preventive Counterinsurgency, Small Wars Foundation, August 1, 2011, LEQ) An American-designed strategy for Learning in Retirement. AQAP will use WMD even if they dont have the weapons, its perceived as nuclear Kimery 11 Homeland Security Today's senior reporter and online editor (Anthony, W. Scott Malone, multiple Emmy and Peabody award-winning
investigative journalist and former senior editor of NavySEALs.com. He runs the website's counterterrorism newsletter spin-off, BlackNET Intelligence Channel, 05/12, Al Qaeda Could Try to Replicate Fukushima-type Meltdowns, http://www.hstoday.us/blogs/the-kimery-report/blog/al-qaeda-couldtry-to-replicate-fukushima-type-meltdowns/aa96292934d83bb8c9f97fd9d685f32b.html) "I consider Al Qaeda, remains intense, Lopez said.

That escalates to nuclear war with Russia and China guarantees extinction

Ayson 10 Professor of Strategic Studies and Director of the Centre for Strategic Studies: New Zealand at the Victoria University of Wellington
(Robert, After a Terrorist Nuclear Attack: Envisaging Catalytic Effects, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Vol. 33, Iss. 7, July, InformaWorld)

Washingtons early response to even on their sovereignty. Even a slight strengthening of al-Qaeda in Yemen will cause terrorist control of the Gulf of Aden collapses global trade Yuriditsky 11 Associate of the Institute for Gulf Affairs (Lev, 09/28, Yemen's Chaos - August 2011,
http://yuriditsky.blogspot.com/2011/09/yemens-chaos-august-2011.html) Towards the end of a particularly challenging situation.

That triggers multiple extinction scenarios Panzner 8 faculty at the New York Institute of Finance, 25-year veteran of the global stock, bond, and currency markets who has worked in New

York and London for HSBC, Soros Funds, ABN Amro, Dresdner Bank, and JPMorgan Chase (Michael, Financial Armageddon: Protect Your Future from Economic Collapse, p. 136-138) Continuing calls for curbs of a new world war.

Contention 3 Water Wars Earth is running dangerously low on H2O water conflict will break out in Yemen spills over regionally Al-Jazeera 11 (06/29, Water wars: 21st century conflicts? http://english.aljazeera.net/indepth/features/2011/06/2011622193147231653.html) Of all the water 'water from a well'." That causes nuclear war between India and Pakistan Bokhari 10 assistant editor at Dawn (Ashfak, 01/18, Water dispute and war risk, http://archives.dawn.com/archives/24980) In March last year, nuclear war, he said. The impact is extinction Robock 10 Professor of Meteorology and Associate Director of the Center for Environmental Prediction in the Department of Environmental
Sciences at Rutgers University (Alan, Owen Brian Toon, professor of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences and a fellow at the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics at the University of Colorado, January, Local Nuclear War, Global Suffering, climate.envsci.rutgers.edu/pdf/RobockToonSciAmJan2010.pdf) Some people maintain that or eliminate agricultural production.

Water wars quickly escalate to great power wars your defense doesnt apply Rasmussen 11 CEO, Monday Morning; Founder, Green Growth Leaders, founder of the Copenhagen Climate Council (Erik, 04/12, Prepare for
the Next Conflict: Water Wars, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/erik-rasmussen/water-wars_b_844101.html) For years experts have a global safety problem.

Water is the most probable source of global conflict solving Yemen is key Rasmussen 11 CEO, Monday Morning; Founder, Green Growth Leaders, founder of the Copenhagen Climate Council (Erik, 04/12, Prepare for
the Next Conflict: Water Wars, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/erik-rasmussen/water-wars_b_844101.html) This water paradox illustrates in a few years.

Plan solves its a pre-requisite to effective water projects and U.S. hydro-diplomacy prevents Middle East war Bohn 10 Fulbright fellow and multimedia journalist (Lauren E., 06/15, Yemen's water: a different national security threat,
http://nationalsecurityzone.org/site/yemens-water-a-different-national-security-threat/) And experts claim the next big ugly battle.

Middle East war over water is highly probable only hydro-diplomacy fosters sustainable peace and broad cooperation Chernick 9 Editor at Green Prophet, green news on the Middle East region (Karen, 11/10, Hydro-Diplomacy : Can Water Bring Peace to the
Middle East? http://www.greenprophet.com/2009/11/hydro-diplomacy-middle-east/) Which is why the culture in the Middle East.

The impact is extinction Hoffmann 6 (Ian, Staff Writer, December 12, Nuclear Winter Looms, Experts say, MediaNews Group, Inc. and ANG Newspapers, Cites the American Geophysical Union)
SAN FRANCISCO -- With superpower according to Rutgers' Robock.

Contention 4 Hegemony

The international community specifically views our strategy in Yemen as military tunnel vision Increasing civil capacity is key to reverse this perception Bodine 11 (Barbara K. Bodine, Ambassador (Ret.) Barbara K. Bodine is Lecturer and Diplomat-in-

Residence at Princeton Universitys Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. She was U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Yemen from 1997 through 2001, Yemen: Primer and Prescriptions, http://www.ndu.edu/press/yemen.html, September 6, 2011, LEQ)

To focus disproportionately on can be guaranteed. PRISM Heg will collapse absent a shift away from aggression-based counterterrorism Fakiolas and Fakiolas 7 (Efstathios T - PhD from the Department of War Studies, King's College London, and is currently working as a strategy and southeastern European affairs analyst at ATEbank, Tassos E - PhD from IMEMO, Moscow, Russian Academy of Sciences and is a special adviser on Russian and east European affairs for a Greek business firm, "Pax Americana or Multilateralism? Reflecting on the United States' Grand Strategic Vision of Hegemony in the Wake of the 11 September Attacks," Muse) jl After the 9/11 bombings, great power, is another story. The impact is global nuclear war Arbatov 7 corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, member of the Editorial Board of Russia in Global Affairs (Alexei,
July/Sept, Is a New Cold War Imminent? http://eng.globalaffairs.ru/number/n_9127) A multipolar world that nuclear strikes between them.

Multilateral cooperation solves extinction Dyer 4 Ph.D. in military and Middle Eastern history from the University of London. He served in the Canadian, American and British navies, and

taught military history and war studies at the Canadian Forces College and at the Royal Military Academy. From there, Dyer worked as a freelance journalist, broadcaster and lecturer. His syndicated columns on international affairs appear in a dozen languages in nearly 200 newspapers published in more than 45 countries around the world. He has also made several well-known radio documentaries. In 2010, Dyer was appointed to the Order of Canada for his contributions as a columnist, documentary producer, broadcaster and author. (Gwynne, 12/30, The end of war, Lexis) War is deeply embedded basically co-operative international system.