Two Assemblies. Last week the world of diplomacy grew crosseyed with looking simultaneously towards Geneva and Aix-les-Bains. It was all due to the Protocol.* At Geneva the French were trying to revamp the Protocol before the League. At Aix, where Premier Baldwin is vacationing, France and England were prepairing to call in Germany to draw up a Security Pact,† which would largely take the place of the League Protocol. The World stood by and wondered, as statesmen-accoucheurs labored to bring forth a robust infant, Status Quo, in two places at once....

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