Protocol for the pacific settlement of international disputes

August 2017
Protocol for the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes;8/1/2017, p1
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Presents a protocol for the Pacific Settlement of International Disputes, drawn up by the authority of the League of Nations on October 2, 1924. Agreement by nations not to go to war with other members of the League; Agreement to an international court to settle disputes; Other legal agreements.


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