Forensic Student Debates

July 31st, 2009

George Mason University’s Forensic students will hold debates at the Wall site at Noon during the following dates: Oct. 27, 28, 29; Nov. 3, 4, 5

Schedule

Tuesday, October 27th at 12:30pm: Bryan Campanello will speakĀ  on the topic of: Since the fall of the Berlin Wall, have East and West Germany completely integrated their economies?

Tuesday, October 27th at 1:30pm: Rob Warchol will speakĀ  on the topic of: Should the United States offer Russia NATO membership?

Wednesday, October 28th at 12:00pm: Colston Reid will speak on the topic of: Does Russia still maintain significant influence over the former eastern bloc states despite the demolition of the Berlin Wall?

Wednesday, October 28th at 12:30pm: Billy Strong will speak on the topic of: Did the Berlin Wall permanently divide German politics?

Thursday, October 29th at 12:00pm: Michael Scott will speak on the topic of: Can the European Union continue to survive by inviting Eastern European nations to join?

Thursday, October 29th 12:30pm: Kate de Nardi will speak on the topic of: Has East Germany regained its economic prominence?

Tuesday, November 3rd at 11:30am: Will Bellows will speak on the topic of: Are the west and east erecting a virtual iron curtain?

Tuesday, November 3rd at 1:30pm: Brennan Morris will speak on the topic of: Can the Germany and Poland regain a mutual trust of each others governments?

Wednesday, November 4th at noon: John Dorrett will speak on the topic of: How can Russia integrate its natural resource wealth into European markets without appearing to be aggressive?

Wednesday, November 4th at 12:30pm: Jacob Abraham will speak on the topic of: Is European xenophobia holding back the relaxing of tensions between Western Europe and Eastern bloc states?

Thursday, November 5th at 11:30am: Sam Hopkins will speak on the topic of: Will the dismantling of the missile defense shield end recent return to cold war style tensions between the East and West?

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