The League and the Sino-Russian Dispute

Archive Report

The Tenth Assembly of the League of Nations will convene at Geneva, Monday, September 2, 1929. The Council of the League will meet on August 30, three days in advance of the larger body, and will remain in practically continuous session until the adjournment of the Tenth Assembly, toward the end of September.

Elation at these meetings over the world-wide acceptance since the last Assembly of the terms of the Kellogg pact, the recent progress made in Anglo-American negotiations on reduction of naval armaments, and the improved prospects for early adherence by the United States to the Statute of the World Court, will be tempered by the concern felt by the delegates over the events of the last six weeks in Manchuria-“the danger spot of ...

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