United States, (PressExposure) February 14, 2009 -- Debatepedia - a project of the International Debate Education Association (IDEA) and known as âthe Wikipedia of debate [http://wiki.idebate.org]â - recently completed the worldâs most comprehensive pro/con article on the debate surrounding the Guantanamo Bay detention facility. At this stage, the resource draws from over 60 pro and con editorials and opinion articles from newspapers and journals worldwide, distilling the arguments and quotations found in each editorial into 33 pros and 38 cons common to the Guantanamo debate.
The completion of this extensive resource comes following the decision by newly inaugurated President Barack Obama to close the facility by executive order on January 21, 2009. Debatepedia hopes its article will help clarify for the world public the arguments that have been involved in the debate since the inception of the facility through its planned closure at the end of 2009. With so many important national security and international legal issues at stake, Debatepediaâs volunteer editors [http://wiki.idebate.org] believe it is critical that citizens understand the arguments involved and develop full -bodied positions.
Debatepedia is a global wiki encyclopedia [http://wiki.idebate.org] of public debates, pro and con arguments, and supporting quotations. A project of the International Debate Education Association (IDEA), Debatepedia is something like "the Wikipedia of debates". It aims to engage you and other citizen-editors in centralizing your original arguments - as well as arguments and quotations found in millions articles, essays, and books - into a single encyclopedia. This helps you and other citizens better weigh the pros and cons in important public debates and make decisions. We hope you will consider joining this ambitious effort as an editor of the site. Debatepedia is endorsed by the United States National Forensic League. Get started
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