Here at Debate Central, we’re committed to bringing you top-quality debate resources that you won’t find anywhere else. That’s why we have commissioned a special paper by a leading environmental economist on the 2014-2014 policy/CX debate topic: “Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially increase its non-military exploration and/or development of the Earth’s oceans.” This paper takes a look at the relationship between economic theory and the resolution, in order to provide you with brand new evidence that is completely topic-specific!

 

This year’s expert is Dr. Michael D. Stroup, a professor of economics at Stephen F. Austin State University and noted research expert on the intersection between economics and environmental quality. Find it below the fold! [..]

 

Here at Debate Central, we believe that part of what makes debate great is its community. We are committed to using the best technology available to bring debaters together to communicate, collaborate, and learn. That is why we have made the decision to retire the Debate Central forums as of this Friday (June 6, 2014), in order to encourage conversations to take place on the social media platforms you already use.

 

So, let’s be friends! Like us on Facebook and Follow us on Twitter. Then, share your debate questions, comments, funny debate jokes, or whatever else you feel like. Rather than waiting for a reply on a standalone message board, we’ll use the magic of social media to make sure your fellow debaters are able to see your input, share it with others, and collaborate in minutes, instead of days. Thousands of other debaters from across the country are already involved—you should be, too!

 

As always, you can also always send your private questions and cases to us for quick, confidential, personalized feedback. If you email us, we’ll get back to you with a detailed response within three business days (and usually, we’ll reply even sooner than that).

 

Do you have thoughts on how to make Debate Central more helpful to you? Let us know. We might just use your idea!

 

 

Debate camp is an invaluable tool for furthering your skills over the summer. But why not combine that experience with interesting excursions, leadership training, networking opportunities with notable people in a range of fields, and the chance to earn over $20,000 in scholarships? In the Four Star Leadership program, you get all that and more. Better yet, it’s FREE for all admitted students! Ready to apply? Get more info and view the application below. [..]

A large part of part of Debate Central’s mission is bringing you current, in-depth information directly from experts. This year, we’re proud to release our economic analysis of the topic, “Economics of the 2013-2014 Debate Topic: U.S. Engagement Toward Cuba, Mexico, or Venezuela.” This brief paper, written just for you by Latin America Economic Expert Sergio Daga of POPULI and the Heritage Foundation, is meant for debaters to use as a research resource, background paper, and comprehensive study of this year’s cross-examination topic. You can find it below the fold:

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Hey Debaters! Debate Central just wrapped up our first workshop of 2012! As part of our workshop series, we distributed a comprehensive topic file for Lincoln-Douglas. For the first time, we’re making our workshop resources available to YOU!

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