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1 +====Text: India should negotiate a legally binding, test ban on kinetic anti-satellite weapons that threaten early warning satellites.====
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4 +====The CP solves and strengthens Indian soft power—India has the most reliable launch facilities:====
5 +**Lele '18** (Ajey Lele, Senior Fellow with Institute of Defence Studies and Analyses, Delhi, Daily, "Why countries across the world trust ISRO to launch their satellites into space", https://www.dailyo.in/technology/indian-space-research-organisation-pslv-c-42-mission-sriharikota-soft-power/story/1/26822.html, September 22, 2018)
6 +On September 16, the Indian Space research Organisation (ISRO) successfully launched two
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8 +and navigation to business, the footprint of ISRO is becoming all pervasive.
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11 +====Indian soft power is key to check the spread of authoritarianism around the globe: ====
12 +HARSH V. **PANT,** 8/31/20**15** (professor of international relations in the Defence Studies Department and the India Institute at King's College London, "India's Soft-Power Strategy," https://www.outlookindia.com/website/story/indias-soft-power-strategy/295206, Retrieved 8/17/2019, rwg)
13 +Recognizing this, the Modi government seems keener than its predecessors to leverage India's multifaceted
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15 +democracy is the best antidote to authoritarianism and extremism rampant around the world.
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18 +====Democratic backsliding risk warfare- democratic peace theory shows democratic nations don't go to war and its vital to solve global issues like climate change, refugee crisis, and terrorism.====
19 +**Kendall-Taylor '16** (Andrea Kendall-Taylor, deputy national intelligence officer for Russia and Eurasia at the National Intelligence Council and a nonresident senior associate in the Human Rights Initiative at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C., "How Democracy's Decline Would Undermine the International Order," Center for Strategic & International Studies, https://www.csis.org/analysis/how-democracy%E2%80%99s-decline-would-undermine-international-order, 2016)
20 +It is rare that policymakers, analysts, and academics agree. But there is
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22 +distracting their publics from regime shortcomings and fostering public support for strongman tactics.
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1 +Ryan Malone
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1 +Kansas FE
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1 +Samford Emerson-Gregory Neg
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