The League Covenant and the Kellogg Pact

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At The Eleventh Assembly of the League of Nations, convening at Geneva, September 10, 1930, one of the most important subjects to be called up for discussion and action by representatives of the member nations is the proposed revision of the Covenant of the League to bring it into harmony with the Kellogg Pact.

Since the League was established, January 10, 1920, with the coming into force of the Treaty of Versailles, there have been two important series of amendments to its Covenant. By the first of these “judicial settlement” was added to the means for pacific adjustment of disputes provided in the Covenant, following the establishment of the Permanent Court of International Justice at The Hague. The second series of amendments was adopted in ...

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